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The predictive validity and practical utility of structured schemes used to assess risk for aggression in psychiatric inpatient settings
There has been increased interest in structured schemes for the assessment of risk for aggression within inpatient psychiatric settings. The most commonly utilized schemes are those previously developed to assess risk for ...
Needs and risks of patients in a state-wide inpatient forensic mental health population
Routine needs assessments have become mandated requirements for public mental health services. However, the appropriateness of these generic health needs assessments to specialist populations remains questionable. This ...
Editorial: Refining the definition of offence paralleling behaviour
Offence paralleling behavior (OPB) has been identified as a developmental sequence of behavior akin to the notion of an offence chain that is understood in terms of function not morphology. Despite evident growth and appeal, ...
Offence paralleling behaviour: A case formulation approach to offender assessment and intervention
New to the Wiley Series in Forensic Clinical Psychology, Offence Paralleling Behaviour presents an original framework of individualised assessment and treatment methods for clinicians working in the forensic environment. ...
Prediction of institutional aggression among personality disordered forensic patients using actuarial and structured clinical risk assessment tools: Prospective evaluation of the HCR-20, VRS, Static-99, and Risk Matrix 2000
Entry to the Dangerous and Severe Personality Disorder (DSPD) service in England and Wales is heavily determined by risk status, and therefore requires valid procedures for monitoring changes in risk over time in order to ...
The impact of structured risk assessments followed by management recommendations on aggression in patients with personality disorder
This study tested the proposition that structured risk assessments followed immediately by the risk assessment results and recommendations for management can reduce the frequency of aggression in high-risk personality-disordered ...