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Keywords register: risk assessment



M.J. Delforterie, B.L. Hesper, H.L.I. Nijman, H.P.L.M. Korzilius, A. Turhan, R. Didden

The predictive value of the Dynamic Risk Outcome Scales (DROS) for predicting recidivism in (forensic) patients with mild intellectual disabilities or borderline intellectual functioning, 1040 - 1048

Short report

2018/3 themanummer Personalised Medicine

K.R. Goethals

Personalised medicine in forensic psychiatry: an example for other domains of psychiatry?, 182 - 188

New research


L. Huls, L. Nentjes, T. Rinne, B. Verschuere

How reliable are the predictors of sexual recidivism? Moral considerations can colour the judgement of pro Justitia reporters, 78 - 86

New research


V. de Vogel, J. Stam, Y. Bouman, P. Ter Horst, M. Lancel

Violent women: a multicentre study of the characteristics of female forensic psychiatric patients, 439 - 447



A.R. van Gool, E. Hoogervorst, L. Wunderink, C.L. Mulder

Contribution to quality of care or caught in a digital labyrinth? Experience with electronic records of patients receiving long-term mental health care, 394 - 401

New research


P. Ter Horst, M. van Ham, M. Spreen, S. Bogaerts

Treatment evaluation and clinical decision making using HKT-30-ROM, 228 - 236

New research


E.J.M. Penterman, H.L.I. Nijman, K. Saalmink, S. Rasing, C.P.F. van der Staak

Assessing aggressive behaviour at the psychiatric emergency service with a checklist: a replication study , 93 - 100

New research


K. de Vries, M. Spreen

Can the clinical items of the risk assessment instrument HKT-30 predict to what extent forensic patients will break agreements during the resocialisation phase of treatment?, 429 - 438

New research


V. de Vogel, M. de Vries Robbé, W. van Kalmthout, C. Place

Risk assessment of violent women: development of the ‘Female Additional Manual’ (FAM) , 329 - 338

New research


E.J.M. Penterman, H.L.I. Nijman

Assessing aggression in patients of the mental health crisis service , 355 - 364

Short report


E.F.J.M. Brand

Risk assessment by means of polygraphy , 327 - 332

New research


E. de Jonge, H.L.I. Nijman, S.M.M. Lammers

Behavioural changes during forensic psychiatric treatment: a multicenter study , 205 - 215

Review article


A.J. Tholen

Assessment and management of the risk for violence. An overview of the literature , 173 - 182

New research


W.H.M. Peek, M.A. Nugter

'I'll serve my time…' A pilot study on recidivism in forensic psychiatric patients forcibly hospitalized and treated for one year and on factors that affect recidivism , 715 - 725

New research


E. Brand, H. Nijman

Risk assessment and treatment evaluation by means of two forensics observation instruments , 221 - 232

New research


N. Duits, M. van Casteren, W. van den Brink, Th.A.H. Doreleijers

Assessing the risk of a recurrence of violence in adolescents. , 511 - 518

Review article


N. Duits, W. van den Brink, Th.A.H. Doreleijers

Assessing the risk of recurring violence in young delinquents brought before a juvenile court. A clinical approach , 671 - 679

New research


W.J. Canton, T.S. van der Veer, P.J.A. van Panhuis, R. Verheul, W. van den Brink

The predictive validity of risk assessment in 'pro justitia' reports. A study of the HKT-30 and clinical assessment , 525 - 535

New research


W.J. Canton, T.S. van der Veer, P.J.A. van Panhuis, R. Verheul, W. van den Brink

The reliability of risk assessment in 'pro Justitia' reports. An investigation on the basis of the HKT-30 , 537 - 542



H.J.C. van Marle

From danger to risk: Managing instead of warning, 151 - 161