|Target audience||Adults & Adolescents (from age 15)|
|Application||The ICD-10-Symptom-Rating (ISR) has been developed to identify the most common syndromes of the ICD-10. The questions are closely related to the corresponding symptom lists contained in the ICD-10. The ISR can be used for screening as well as outcome monitoring.|
|Composition||The ICD-10-Symptom-Rating contains 29 items which measure the following syndromes/scales: depressive syndrome, anxiety syndrome, obsessive-compulsive syndrome, somatoform syndrome, eating disorder syndrom and one additional scale. This additional scale contains questions to clarify the possibility for the existence of further, less central syndromes. All items are rated on 5-point Likert scales.|
|Reliability & Validity||The psychometric properties of the ICD-10-Symptom-Rating have been investigated in multiple studies. The instrument has demonstrated an excellent reliability, but was still sensitive to change. Change can be measured with the RCI (reliable change index). The ISR also demonstrated sensitivity and specificity for the to be assessed syndromes.|
Tritt, K., von Heymann, F., Zaudig, M., Loew, T., Söllner, W., Fischer, H. F., & Bühner, M. (2010). Das ICD-10-symptom-rating (ISR): Zusammenhänge mit der SCL-90-R. Klinische Diagnostik und Evaluation, 1, 22-37.
The research contribution is directly used for further research and development of the ISR by the IQP. This is no license fee.