Implementing the semi-structured interview Kiddie-SADS-PL into an in-patient adolescent clinical setting: impact on frequency of diagnoses. The K-SADS is a semi-structured diagnostic interview designed to assess current and past episodes of psychopathology in children and adolescents according. The K-SADS-III-R is compatible with DSM-III-R criteria. This version of the SADS provides 31 diagnoses within affective disorders (including depression, bipolar.
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K-SADS-PL – Kiddie-Sads-Present and Lifetime Version
This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Unpublished manuscript, Nova University. All children provided oral consent and assent to participate.
A total of 29 studies met the review inclusion criteria, but only a study conducted in Korea [ 28 kiddue applied the K-SADS-PL as sxds source of comparison diagnosis.
Despite the important content differences at the item-symptom level between available problem checklists and criteria for psychiatric disorders used by many clinicians and researchers [ 3 ], both approaches are needed, useful and complementary. Back-translation for cross-cultural research.
In validity studies involving the use of instruments to evaluate child psychopathology, child psychiatric diagnoses obtained from structured or semi-structured interviews have been compared to behavior checklists’ scores based on parental information [ 19 ].
This original version assesses symptoms that have occurred in the most current episode within the week preceding the interviewas well as symptoms that have occurred within the last 12 months. In that sample, Abstract Background Different diagnostic interviews in child and adolescent psychiatry have been developed in English but valid translations of instruments to other languages are still scarce especially in developing countries, limiting the comparison of child mental health data across different cultures.
Received Mar 8; Accepted Oct The following exclusion criteria were applied: Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. In addition, according to this review, the estimated specificity of the three broad-band Swds scales were: Research tools and methods should not be imported from one country to another without careful analysis of the influence and effect of sadds factors jiddie their reliability and validity. Translation, cross-cultural adaptation and inter-rater reliability” PDF.
It is important to highlight that non-disordered children according to K-SADS-PL final diagnoses included not only asymptomatic children but also kdidie children.
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Participants were 86 consecutively admitted inpatients aged years and their parents. If a primary symptom is not endorsed, additional asds for that disorder will not be queried.
First, a screening instrument is applied to the entire sample to identify suspected cases, and second, a diagnostic instrument is applied to all positive kidrie a smaller number and to a representative sample of negative children a bigger number. Articles needing additional references from January All articles needing additional references Articles with incomplete citations from January All articles with incomplete citations All articles with unsourced statements Sadd with unsourced statements from January A systematic review of the literature assessed the screening efficiency of CBCL in community and clinical samples using published data [ 31 ].
Problems of translation in cross-cultural research.
This version rephrased the SADS to make the wording of the questionnaire pertain to a younger age group. Affective disorders included depressive disorders, dysthymia, mania, hypomania, and bipolar disorder. Disruptive disorders included oppositional defiant disorder and conduct disorder.
The different adaptations of the K-SADS were written by different researchers and are used to screen for many affective and psychotic disorders.
If a primary symptom w is endorsed, further questions will be asked to determine whether diagnostic criteria are met.
Kiddie-Sads-Present and Lifetime Version (K-SADS-PL)
It also includes a section on multiple other DSM-IV diagnoses, and examines both present and lifetime symptoms as well as symptom onset and offset items. There are currently four different versions of the test that are structured to include interviews with both the child and the parents or guardians.
However, there is need for greater attention zads the development of epidemiological assessment tools to suit local conditions [ 5 ]. The authors reported good to excellent validity of diagnoses based on kappa statistics. This section does not cite any sources. The K-SADS has become one of the most widely used diagnostic interviews in research and clinical care.
Kiddie Schedule for Affective Disorders and Schizophrenia – Wikipedia
Correspondence between statistically derived sasd problem syndromes and child psychiatric diagnoses in a community sample. Three Brazilian experienced professionals two child psychiatrists and one psychologist were responsible for the translation to Portuguese with special attention to different dimensions of equivalence including cultural adaptation.
The Brazilian version of K-SADS-PL was developed from the original English version 7 using recommended procedures for translation, back-translation and cultural adaptation [ 13 – 16 ].
Reliable epidemiological data on the prevalence of psychiatric disorders among children and adolescents, risk and protective factors, comorbidity, and service utilization is highly relevant for service planning and health policy decisions in any country [ 1 – 4 ].
This version of the K-SADS introduced screening questions, which, if negative, allowed skipping the remaining diagnostic probes. Clinical skills on the part of interviewers depend on acquired knowledge about child development and psychopathology. Its development occurred under rigorous methodological requirements regarding translation, back-translation, cultural adaptation and study of wads properties [ 8 ].
Diagnostic Assessment in Child and Adolescent Psychopathology. University of Vermont; Unlike other assessment instruments for children, it relies on answers to interview questions rather than only observations during games and interactions. One of the most significant contributions to the field by Department of Psychiatry investigators is the development and testing of diagnostic tools for research and clinical practice.
Higher mean externalizing T-scores were also observed in children positive in one or more disruptive diagnostic areas in the clinician screen interview compared to children negative in these investigated areas according to the clinician Authors’ contributions Both authors planned the study, participated in data analysis, data interpretation, drafting sade critical review of this manuscript, and have read and approved the final manuscript.