Шкала эпизодов агрессии (AIS): показатель агрессии, который позволяет управлять риском насилия

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Чэймовиц Г.A., Mамак М., Олаганью Э.Т. Шкала эпизодов агрессии (AIS): показатель агрессии, который позволяет управлять риском насилия // Российский психиатрический журнал. 2020. №6. С. 36-44.

Аннотация

В оригинальном эмпирическом исследовании с целью повышения объективности оценки агрессивных эпизодов различной интенсивности и форм описана Шкала эпизодов агрессии (Aggressive Incidents Scale – AIS), позволяющая облегчить документирование всех уровней агрессивного поведения, обсуждение рисков и принятие клинического решения, основанного на фактических данных, для предотвращения агрессии и насилия в различных клинических и во внебольничных условиях. Также этот валидный инструмент был разработан для обеспечения механизма отслеживания изменений в агрессивном поведении. В настоящее время AIS существует на нескольких языках (включая русский, английский, испанский, французский, китайский, немецкий, итальянский и арабский) и используется в международных исследованиях.

Ключевые слова агрессивное поведение; Шкала эпизодов агрессии (AIS); инструмент клинической оценки риска; оценка риска; насилие

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