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Suicide Scope

Element Considered Final Measures in Toolkit
Suicidal Ideation
  • Wish to Die
  • Passive Thoughts
  • Active Thoughts
  • Intent
  • Plan
  • Lifetime
  • Recent
  • Frequency
  • Duration
Classification of Suicidal Ideation and Suicidal Behavior
Intensity of Suicide Ideation (Continuum)
Suicidal Intent of Suicide Attempts
Suicidal Behavior
  • Attempts
  • Interrupted by Self or Others
  • Preparatory Behavior
  • Lifetime
  • Recent
Classification of Suicidal Ideation and Suicidal Behavior (cross-listed in Suicidal Ideation)
Lethality
  • Method
  • Severity
Lethality of Suicide Attempts
Risk and Protective Factors
  • Non-suicidal Self-Injury Behavior
  • Impulsivity
  • Aggression
  • Hopelessness
  • Depression
  • Addiction
  • Psychosis
  • Insomnia
  • Unemployment
  • Physical Illness
  • Family Conflict
  • Family Loss
  • Homelessness
Non-suicidal Self Injury
Hopelessness
Aggression
Insomnia
Deterrents to Suicide
Access to Lethal Means

Posttraumatic Stress Disorders (PTSD) Scopes

Element Considered Final Measure to Toolkit
Trauma Exposure
  • Characteristics (severity, frequency, duration)
  • Age when exposed to trauma (first, most recent, worst)
  • Type of event (descriptive category; also interpersonal vs non-interpersonal)
  • Context (military/civilian)
  • Dimensions of exposure
Trauma Adversity and Exposure
Clinical Characterization (including major comorbidities)
  • Diagnostic and Severity (i.e., categorical and continuous)
  • Screening
  • Non-diagnostic symptom measures
PTSD Screener
PTSD Symptoms, Self-report
PTSD Symptoms, Severity, and Diagnosis
Moderating and/or Mediating Factors influencing posttraumatic adjustment
  • Adversity in Childhood
  • Education
  • Social Support
  • Mental Health (history)
  • Physical Health (history and current)
  • Life stressors and environment characteristics
Social Support
Biomarkers (relating clinical characteristics to neurobiology; potential moderators / mediators) Baseline and Trauma Challenge Physiology
Attentional Bias
Resting State fMRI
Functioning and Disability and Treatment-related Factors (refractoriness/responsiveness) General Well-Being
Disability due to Mental Health Symptoms

Eating Disorders Specialty Collection Scope

Element Considered Final Measures To Toolkit
Body Mass Index (Weight/Adiposity Status)  
Cognitive Functional Domains
  • Emotional Awareness
  • Intolerance of Uncertainty
  • Punishment/Harm Avoidance
  • Sensory/Sensitivity
Eating Disorders Behaviors
  • Childhood Eating Behavior
  • Eating and Weight Patterns
  • Exercise Dependence
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Eating Related Traits
Eating Disorders Diagnosis Eating Disorder Diagnostic
Eating Disorders Psychopathology Psychopathology of Eating Disorders
Physical Comorbidities  
Psychiatric Comorbidities Perfectionism

Early Psychosis

Element Considered Final Measures To Toolkit
Family History of Mental Illness Family History of Mental Illness
Adverse life Events  
Premorbid Functioning Premorbid Adjustment in Psychosis
Medical History  
Psychiatric Treatment History (including medication history, previous psychosocial interventions, inpatient treatment episodes, emergency department visits and antipsychotic medications at time of enrollments)  
Prodromal Psychosis Symptoms  
Age of First Prodromal Symptoms  
Age of First Psychotic-Level Symptoms  
Duration of Untreated Psychosis  
Positive Syndrome Symptoms Clinician-Administered Psychiatric Assessment
Global Psychopathology Rating Scale
Current Physical Health (including medication side effects, smoking and cardio-metabolic risk factors) Physical Activity
Antipsychotic Medication Adherence
Antipsychotic Medication Extrapyramidal Side Effects
Multi-dimensional Assessment of Antipsychotic Medication Side Effects
Social and Role Functioning Social and Role Dysfunction in Psychosis and Schizophrenia
Arrests or Incarceration Incarceration
Family Burden Family Burden of Mental Illness
Family Expressed Emotion Toward Relatives with Psychosis and Schizophrenia
Family Functioning
Outpatient Treatments Mental Health Services Satisfaction
Hospitalizations for Psychiatric and Medical Illness (number, duration)  
Emergency Department Visits, Crisis Intervention Services  
Well-being/Mental Health Recovery Personal Well Being
Quality of Life  
Hiring, Training and retention of Coordinated Specialty Care (CSC) staff  
Availability of Required CSC Treatment Components  
Fidelity Measures Related to Team-based CSC Treatment Model  
Quality Measures Related to Provision of CSC Services  
Outcome Measures Related to Symptoms, Functioning and Physical Health  
CSC Clinic Caseload Size  
Measures Related to Initial Engagement (e.g., Client, Family Member, Participation)  
Measures Related to Participant Retention/Drop out  
Measures of Client and Family Member Satisfaction Mental Health Services Satisfaction
Perception of Recovery Orientation and Care Quality of Mental Health Services
Psychosis Recovery Assessment
Shared Decision Making in Clinical Encounters
Neurocognitive Assessments Auditory Vigilance
Relational Encoding and Retrieval
Context Processing
Global Cognitive Functioning
Electrophysiological Assessments (e.g., ERP)  
Eye-Tracking (pre- and Anti-saccade tasks)  
Biomarkers and Behavioral Indicators that Predict to Trajectory of Illness C-Reactive Protein in Serum
Functional Brain Imaging Measures Brain Connectivity and Activation
Structural Brain Imaging Measures Brain Anatomical Imaging
Risk and Protective Factors that Span Modalities and Levels of Analysis (e.g., genetic, Brain, Neurobiological, Environmental and Behavioral) and Predict Movement along the illness Trajectory. (Source NIMH Strategic Plan)