Health and Wellness

Computer test measures suicide risk in just two minutes

In a study published this week, a research team led by Robert Gibbons, PhD, the Blum-Riese Professor in the Departments of Medicine and Public Health Sciences, describes a new computerized adaptive test that can accurately measure a patient's suicide risk in just two minutes without the need for a clinical interview.

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