Evidence-based Ordering of MINI Suicidality Module’s Response Profiles: Application to SMPG Data

Abstract : Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview approach to suicidality assessment relies upon a priori ordering of possible response profiles (n-tuples) that describe the presence/absence of five risk factors (‘yes/no’ response format). Conjunctive and disjunctive rules order the MINI’s 5-tuples. Using ‘recent suicide attempt’ as a suicidality criterion, the present study aimed at (i) ordering the 4-tuples in the SMPG (Roelandt, Caria, & Mondière, 2000) sample of 39,617 French adults, and (ii) detecting the items, among 20 screening items used for Axis I diagnosis, that are informative for suicidality assessment. Three suicidality levels were identified. Co-occurrence of suicide ideation, self-harm intention, and lifetime suicide attempt forms a high risk condition: 44% of current month suicide, 95% confidence interval = [0.38, 0.50]. All suicidality levels were systematically moderated by chronic anxiety. This symptom should be included in the set of relevant risk factors for suicidality assessment.
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2014
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Mohammad Afzali, Philippe Birmes, Stéphane Vautier. Evidence-based Ordering of MINI Suicidality Module’s Response Profiles: Application to SMPG Data. 2014. 〈hal-01083235〉

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