Zhong, S., Yu, R., Cornish, R., Wang, X., Fazel, S., FoVOx Group
Assessment of violence risk in 440 psychiatric patients in China: examining the feasibility and acceptability of a novel and scalable approach (FoVOx).
BMC Psychiatry (2021) – doi: 10.1186/s12888-021-03115-3

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:

FoVOx and OxMIV

Krebs J, Negatsch V, Berg C, Aigner A, Opitz-Welke A, Seidel P, Konrad N, Voulgaris A
Applicability of two violence risk assessment tools in a psychiatric prison hospital population
Behavioral Sciences & the Law (2020) – doi: 10.1002/bsl.2474


Negatsch N, Voulgaris A, Seidel P, Roehle R, Opitz-Welke A
Identifying violent behaviour using the Oxford Mental Illness and Violence Tool in a psychiatric ward of a German prison hospital
Frontiers in Psychiatry (2019) – doi: 10.3389/fpsyt.2019.00264


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) – doi: 10.1038/s41598-018-37539-x

OxMIS and FoVOx

de Girolamo G, Carrà G, Fangerau H,
European violence risk and mental disorders (EU-VIORMED): a multi-centre prospective cohort study protocol
BMC Psychiatry (2019) – doi: 10.1186/s12888-019-2379-x


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: 10.3389/fpsyt.2020.00268