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Identifying biopsychosocial signatures to predict violent behaviors during psychiatric hospitalization

Titre original: Identifying biopsychosocial signatures to predict violent behaviors during psychiatric hospitalization

Project funded by Bell Let’s Talk

Within the framework of this funding, our goal is to identify the biological and psychosocial characteristics of patients upon admission to a psychiatric emergency department and to assess the relationship between these characteristics and the acts of violence perpetrated during the hispitalization period. This would ultimately better identify patients at risk of violence and improve their care.

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