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RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

References:

Mullally, K., Mamak, M., & Chaimowitz, G. A. (2018). The Next Generation of Risk Assessment and Management: Introducting the eHARM. International Journal of Risk and Recovery, 1(1), 21-25.

Cook, A., Moulden, H., Mamak, M. Lalani, S., Messina, K., & Chaimowitz, G. (2016). Validating the Hamilton Anatomy of Risk Management – Forensic Version and the Aggressive Incidents Scale. Assessment.

Chaimowitz, G. A., & Mamak, M. (2015). Companion Guide to the AIS and the HARM (2nd Edition). Hamilton, Ontario: St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton.

Chaimowitz, G. A., Mamak, M., & Padgett, R. (2008). Management of the mentally abnormal offender. Brief Treatment and Crisis Intervention, 8, 15-26.

Glancy, G. D., & Chaimowitz, G. A. (2005). The clinical use of risk assessment. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 50(1), 12-17.

Abderhalden, C., Needham, I., Dassen, T., Halfens, R., Haug, H. J., & Fischer, J. E. (2008). Structured risk assessment and violence in acute psychiatric wards: randomised controlled trial. British Journal of Psychiatry, 193, 44-50. http://dx.doi.org/10.1192/bjp.bp.107.045534

Foster, C., Bowers, L., & Nijman, H. (2007). Aggressive behaviour on acute psychiatric wards: Prevalence, severity and management. Journal of Advanced Jursing, 58(2), 14-149.

 

Grassi, L., Biancosino, B., Marmai, L., Kotrotsiou, V., Zanchi, P., Peron, L., Marangoni, C., Vanni, A., & Barbui, C. (2006). Violence in psychiatric Units: A 7-year Italian study of persistently assaultive patients. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 41, 698-703.

 

Grevatt, M., Thomas-Peter, B., & Hughes, G. (2004). Violence, mental disorder and risk assessment: Can structured clinical assessments predict the short-term risk of inpatient violence? Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, 15(2), 278-292. http://dx.doi.org.10.1080/1478994032000199095.

Simon, R. I. (2008). Clinically-based risk management of potentially violent patients. In R. I. Simon & K. Tardiff (Eds.), Textbook of violence assessment and management (pp. 555-565). Arlington, VA: American Psychiatric Publishing.

Posters:

The eHARM: The Development of a Nimble Violence Risk Assessment Tool 

Assessing the Reliability of the Aggressive Incidents Scale 

The Predictive and Concurrent Validity of the HARM and AIS in a Sample of Female Forensic Inpatients

Advancing Risk Assessment Through Analytics: Preliminary Findings from the eHARM-FV
   

Presentations:

Chaimowitz, G., Mamak, M., & Mullally, K. (2019, June). Advancing risk assessment and risk management using analytics: The eHARM-FV. The International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services, Montreal, QC. 

Healey, L., Mamak, M., Chaimowitz, G., & Mullally, K. (2019, June). New developments in brief, dynamic inpatient risk assessment. The International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services, Monreal, QC. 

Chaimowitz, G., Mamak, M., & Mullally, K. (2019, April). eHARM Training Certification: Preconference Workshop. 13th Annual Risk and Recovery Forensic Conference, Hamilton, ON. 

Upfold, C., Chaimowitz, G., Mamak, M., Librenza-Garcia, D., & Batinic, M. (2019, April). The potential for machine learning in forensic psychiatry: An eHARM Overview. Canadian Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Conference, Montreal, QC. 

Mamak, M., & Chaimowitz, G. (2018, October). HARMs Assessments. Ontario Association ACT and FACT (OAAF) Biannual Conference, Niagra Falls, ON. 

Chaimowitz, G., & Mamak, M. (2018, September). The Aggressive Incidents Scale and eHARM: Novel Risk Management Process. Forensic Psychiatry: Contemporary Problems of Theory and Practice Conference, Moscow, Russia. 

Chaimowitz, G., Mamak, M., & Mullally, K. (2017, June). The next generation of risk assessment and management: The eHARM-FV one year later. Symposium presented at the 17th Annual Conference of the International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services, Split, Croatia.

 

Chaimowitz, G., Mullally, K., Mamak, M., Bilardo, A., Demetrioff, S., & Waldman, J. (2017, June). Advancing risk assessment through analytics: Preliminary findings from the eHARM-FV. Poster presented at the 17th Annual Conference of the International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services, Split, Croatia.

Mullally, K., Messina, K, Mamak, M., Moulden, H., & Chaimowitz, G. (2017, April). Empirical Support for the HARM: Assessing Ecological, Concurrent, and Predictive Validity. Seminar presented at 11th Annual Risk and Recovery Conference, Hamilton, ON.

Chaimowitz, G., Mamak, M., Mullally, K., & Bilardo, A. (2017, April). eHARM training certification. Preconference workshop presented at 11th Annual Risk and Recovery Conference, Hamilton, ON.

 

Chaimowitz, G., Mamak, M., & Mullally, K. (2017, March). The next generation of risk assessment: The eHARM-FV one year later. Symposium presented at Canadian Association of Psychiatry and the Law, Mont Tremblant, QC.

Chaimowitz, G., Mamak, M., & Mullally, K. (2016, September). What’s the eHARM? Violence risk management, quality assurance bound in technology. Symposium presented at Canadian Psychiatric Association, Toronto, ON.

Chaimowitz, G., Mamak, M., & Mullally, K. (2016, June). eHARM training certification. Preconference workshop presented at the 16th Annual Conference of the International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services, New York, NY.

 

Myers, C. J., & Moulden, H. M. (June, 2016). The predictive and concurrent validity of the HARM and AIS in a sample of female forensic inpatients. Poster session presented at the 16th Annual Conference of the International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services, New York, NY.

Chaimowitz, G., Mamak, M., & Mullally, K. (2016, April). eHARM training certification. Preconference workshop presented at 10th Annual Risk and Recovery Conference, Hamilton, ON.

Mamak, M., Chaimowitz, G., Lau, J., & Moulden, H. (2012). Assessing the reliability of the Aggressive Incidents Scale. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Association for Forensic Mental Health Services, Miami, FL.

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