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Feasibility, acceptability and clinical utility of the cultural formulation interview : mixed-methods results from the DSM-5 international field trial

Lewis-Fernández, Roberto and Aggarwal, Neil Krishan and Lam, Peter C. and Galfalvy, Hanga and Weiss, Mitchell G. and Kirmayer, Laurence J. and Paralikar, Vasudeo and Deshpande, Smita N. and Díaz, Esperanza and Nicasio, Andel V. and Boiler, Marit and Alarcón, Renato D. and Rohlof, Hans and Groen, Simon and van Dijk, Rob C. J. and Jadhav, Sushrut and Sarmukaddam, Sanjeev and Ndetei, David and Scalco, Monica Z. and Bassiri, Kavoos and Aguilar-Gaxiola, Sergio and Ton, Hendry and Westermeyer, Joseph and Vega-Dienstmaier, Johann M.. (2017) Feasibility, acceptability and clinical utility of the cultural formulation interview : mixed-methods results from the DSM-5 international field trial. British journal of psychiatry, 210 (4). pp. 290-297.

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Abstract

BackgroundThere is a need for clinical tools to identify cultural issues in diagnostic assessment.AimsTo assess the feasibility, acceptability and clinical utility of the DSM-5 Cultural Formulation Interview (CFI) in routine clinical practice.MethodMixed-methods evaluation of field trial data from six countries. The CFI was administered to diagnostically diverse psychiatric out-patients during a diagnostic interview. In post-evaluation sessions, patients and clinicians completed debriefing qualitative interviews and Likert-scale questionnaires. The duration of CFI administration and the full diagnostic session were monitored.ResultsMixed-methods data from 318 patients and 75 clinicians found the CFI feasible, acceptable and useful. Clinician feasibility ratings were significantly lower than patient ratings and other clinician-assessed outcomes. After administering one CFI, however, clinician feasibility ratings improved significantly and subsequent interviews required less time.ConclusionsThe CFI was included in DSM-5 as a feasible, acceptable and useful cultural assessment tool.
Faculties and Departments:09 Associated Institutions > Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (Swiss TPH)
09 Associated Institutions > Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (Swiss TPH) > Department of Epidemiology and Public Health (EPH) > Society, Gender and Health > Cultural Epidemiology (Weiss)
UniBasel Contributors:Weiss, Mitchell G.
Item Type:Article, refereed
Publisher:[s.n.]
ISSN:0007-1250
Note:Publication type according to Uni Basel Research Database: Journal article
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