OxRisk is a project by the Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology group at the University of Oxford.
We have developed four freely available web-based risk calculators:
– Web-based Monitoring Tool for inpatient violence in general and forensic psychiatric patients.
Fazel S, Wolf A, Larsson H, Mallett S, Fanshawe TR
The prediction of suicide in severe mental illness: development and validation of a clinical prediction rule (OxMIS)
Translational Psychiatry (2019) – doi:10.1038/s41398-019-0428-3
Wolf A, Fanshawe TR, Sariaslan A, Cornish R, Larsson H, Fazel S
Prediction of violent crime on discharge from secure psychiatric hospitals: a clinical prediction rule (FoVOx)
European Psychiatry (2018) – doi:10.1016/j.eurpsy.2017.07.011
Fazel S, Wolf A, Larsson H, Lichtenstein P, Mallett S, Fanshawe TR
Identification of low risk of violent crime in severe mental illness with a clinical prediction tool (OxMIV): a derivation and validation study
Lancet Psychiatry (2017) – doi:10.1016/S2215-0366(17)30109-8 – protocol [pdf]
Fazel S, Chang Z, Fanshawe T, Långström N, Lichtenstein P, Larsson H, Mallett S
Prediction of violent reoffending on release from prison: derivation and external validation of a scalable tool (OxRec)
Lancet Psychiatry (2016) – doi:10.1016/S2215-0366(16)00103-6
Fazel S, Wolf A, Vazquez-Montes MDLA, Fanshawe TR
Prediction of violent reoffending in prisoners and individuals on probation: a Dutch validation study (OxRec)
Scientific Reports (2019) – https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-018-37539-x
Fazel S, Wolf A.
Selecting a risk assessment tool to use in practice: a 10-point guide
Evid Based Mental Health (2018) – https://ebmh.bmj.com/content/ebmental/21/2/41.full.pdf
Whiting D, Fazel S.
How accurate are suicide risk prediction models? Asking the right questions for clinical practice
Evid Based Mental Health (2019) – Evid Based Ment Health. 2019 Aug 1; 22(3): 125–128.
Senior M, Burghart M, Yu R, Kormilitzin A, Liu Q, Vici N, Nevado-Holgado A, Pandit S, Zlodre J, Fazel S.
Identifying predictors of suicide in severe mental illness: A feasibility study of a clinical prediction rule (Oxford Mental Illness and Suicide Tool or OxMIS)
Frontiers Psychiatry (2020) – doi: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyt.2020.00268
Cornish R, Lewis A, Parry O, Ciobanasu O, Mallett S, Fazel S.
A clinical feasibility study of the Forensic Psychiatry and Violence Oxford (FoVOx) tool
Frontiers Psychiatry (2019) – doi: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyt.2019.00901
Ramesh T, Igoumenou A, Montes MV, Fazel S.
Use of risk assessment instruments to predict violence in forensic psychiatric hospitals: a systematic review and meta-analysis
European Psychiatry (2018) – doi:10.1016/j.eurpsy.2018.02.007
Douglas T, Pugh J, Singh I, Savulescu J, Fazel S
Risk assessment tools in criminal justice and forensic psychiatry: the need for better data
European Psychiatry (2017) – doi:10.1016/j.eurpsy.2016.12.009
Zhou JS, Witt K, Xiang YT, Zhu XM, Wang XP, Fazel S
Violence risk assessment in psychiatric patients in China: a systematic review
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry (2016) – doi:10.1177/
Fazel S, Singh JP, Doll H, Grann M
Use of risk assessment instruments to predict violence and antisocial behaviour in 73 samples involving 24 827 people: systematic review and meta-analysis
BMJ (2012) – doi:10.1136/bmj.e4692
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