Prevalence of MID/BIF and trauma in patients in Functional Assertive Community Treatment teams in the Netherlands: Association to global functioning and mental state
Amsterdam : Oud Consultancy
InCallaghan, P.; Oud, N.; Nijman, H. (ed.), Violence in clinical psychiatry: Proceedings of the 10th European Congress on Violence in Clinical Psychiatry, pp. 85-89
10th European Congress on Violence in Clinical Psychiatry (Dublin, Ireland, 26 - 28 October 2017)
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Callaghan, P.; Oud, N.; Nijman, H. (ed.), Violence in clinical psychiatry: Proceedings of the 10th European Congress on Violence in Clinical Psychiatry
SubjectExperimental Psychopathology and Treatment
Little is known of the prevalence of Moderate Intellectual Disability and Borderline Intellectual Functioning (MID/BIF) in the chronic and serious mentally ill (SMI) patients. A recent study on two admission wards for general psychiatry in the Netherlands results showed 43.8% of the patients to be at risk of MID/BIF (Nieuwenhuis et al. 2017), as assessed with the Screener for Intelligence Intelligence Learning Disabilities (SCIL, Kaal, Nijman & Moonen, 2015). From the scarce literature we know people with MID/BIF living at home have more serious psychiatric problems those without MBID (Hasiotis, et al. 2008, Wieland et al, 2014). Several studies also show people with MID/BIF are more at risk to traumatic life experiences. Violence, sexual and physical abuse against people with a disability is widespread, especially to people with ID (Hatton and Emmerson 2004, Focht-New et al, 2008, Vadysinge A.N. et al, 2017, Lan-Ping Lin et al. 2009 ).
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