The International Personality Disorder Examination (IPDE) is a helpful tool used to diagnose a personality disorder. Order the IPDE from PAR today!. Objective: To test the reliability and applicability of Urdu translation of the International personality disorder examination (IPDE) in a psychiatric outpatient. The International Personality Disorder Examination (IPDE) is a semistructured clinical interview compatible with the International Classification of Diseases.

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Patients considered to have a personality disorder by a psychiatrist were initially screened by the IPDE screening questionnaire. The IPDE will be examined in detail — an IPDE manual and a range of supportive training materials will be provided at this course — and case studies will be used to illustrate important points about the different diagnoses and potential problems in their individual measurement.

According to the analysis, most prevalent personality disorder was emotionally unstable borderline type. The aim of the current study was to test the reliability and the cultural applicability of the Urdu translation of the IPDE in Pakistan in a clinical outpatient population.

However, this study focused only on evaluation of psychometric properties of the instrument and it was not intended to be an epidemiological study. MA helped to revise the draft manuscript and gather references.

However they were all found to have a personality disorder both on screening and detailed examination using IPDE. Assessment and diagnosis of personality disorders. The results are comparable with the related studies done for the same purpose, conducted in Greece and India. Translation followed the strategy developed in our previous work.

It consists of a screening questionnaire as well, which consists of 59 items, which are self-reported by the patient as true or false. FB and FH received training to conduct the examinatiln, led data collection and did data entry, and prepared the initial draft of the manuscript.


Most patients had more than one personality disorder Table-I. Imran Ijaz Haider 1 Dr.

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Correlation coefficient for dimensional scores between the two raters was 0. Interviewers found the translated version to be easy to use and applicable in this study. Results from the IPDE Interview allow the examiner to assign a definite, probable or negative diagnosis for each personality disorder.

Fatima Bukharie 2 Dr. The analysis was carried out using SPSS v. Sample size and more females in above mentioned studies are comparable with our study. We had internqtional rather small sample size. Urdu translation of IPDE is a reliable tool to screen and diagnose examinstion disorders in population of Pakistan. The patient responds either True or False to each item and can complete the questionnaire in 15 minutes or less.

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Forensic Applications of the International Personality Disorder Examination (CPD event)

World health organization; It will begin with a review of key issues in the assessment and diagnosis of personality disorder, including a review of the proposed revisions for future editions DSM-5 section III. The Pearson Product Moment Correlation Coefficient was used to test the agreement between raters concerning the number of criteria met.

Then the IPDE clinical interview can be administered. Urdu translation of IPDE is therefore applicable in clinical practice and has sufficient disoeder reliability.

Disordwr coefficient was also calculated for dimensional scores between the two raters. Rater one assessed 21 patients and rater 2 assessed 23 patients and they both agreed on diagnosis in 21 patients in total phi correlation of 0. World health organization WHO International classification of disease. Those who scored positive on screening were evaluated in a detailed interview using IPDE.

The results include both a categorical diagnosis of personality disorders in both classification systems and a dimensional score for each personality disorder. You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website.


IIH assessed patients for the inclusion in the study and supervised data collection. This study was conducted at the outpatient department of Fatima Memorial Hospital Lahore from April to March Personality disorder internatiknal can visorder an important undertaking in forensic and other settings; for example, to clarify diagnosis and co-morbidity, to formulate the association between mental health needs and harmful behaviour, and to justify specific treatment and management pathways within the criminal justice and forensic mental health systems.

It consists of items arranged under the following 6 headings: Facilities and refreshments were great and the way it was presented was brilliant.

Personalihy disorders are associated with a significant burden on the individuals with the disorder, those around them and on society in general but studies of the prevalence of personality disorders PDs have been fewer and on smaller-scale.

International Personality Disorder Examination

Find articles by Imran Ijaz Haider. Although this translation was accomplished methods we developed in our previous work in disofder we translated ICD10, RDC, which included both translation and cultural adaptation of a large instrument, we did not use qualitative methods to further evaluate the effectiveness of this instruments.

There is a need to further this work in different populations and using better methodology.

A purposive sampling method was used. To ensure inter rater reliability two interviewers conducted the interview simultaneously, in which one of the interviewers performed the interview and the other was the silent observer who however had the ability to ask necessary questions at the end of interview for further clarification.