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Domains : Personal Resources

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Overall Rank Primary Domain Additional Domain(s) Measure Title
2 Patients with Acute Conditions Personal Resources Best in Domain Healthcare professionals attending a person who has self-harmed should conduct and record a comprehensive and respectful assessment of (in order of urgency):
1. risk
2. current emotional and mental state
3. psychosocial needs
4. main clinical and demographic factors associated with risk of further self-harm and/or suicide.
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51 Personal Resources Rehabilitation, Patient-Centeredness Best in Domain A comprehensive assessment, intervention plan, and individual progress review is undertaken that considers all domains in the individual’s life as well as his/her support network. Display Detailed
108 Personal Resources Level of perceived social support reported by population aged 12 and over, defined as having emotional or informational support when an individual needs someone to listen or to confide in (data source: Statistics Canada survey). Display Detailed
116 Youth Personal Resources, Prevention Preventive screening and counseling on risky behaviours: average proportion saying "yes" to ten items about whether provider(s) discussed/screened on smoking, alcohol use, helmet use, drunk driving, chewing tobacco, street drugs, steroid pills, sexual/physical abuse, violence, guns. Display Detailed
125 Personal Resources For people aged 18 and over: level of life stress experienced (data source: Statistics Canada survey). Display Detailed
144 Personal Resources Amount of time spent isolated in the home per week (data source: Statistics Canada, General Social Survey). Display Detailed
148 Personal Resources Use of the Rosenberg mastery scale: a brief validated self-report instrument measuring individuals' belief that their life circumstances are under their control (data source: Statistics Canada survey). Display Detailed
153 Personal Resources Satisfaction with amount of family time together (data source: Statistics Canada, General Social Survey). Display Detailed
155 Personal Resources Use of the Modified Rosenberg self-esteem scale: a brief validated self-report instrument measuring level of perceived self-esteem (data source: Statistics Canada survey). Display Detailed
160 Personal Resources Active (Positive) free-time: ratio of active/passive leisure hours per week (data source: Statistics Canada, General Social Survey). Display Detailed
  Best in Domain Most highly rated measure for the identified primary domain.
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