PhD Scientific Days 2018

Budapest, April 19–20, 2018

Risk factors of reoffending in psychiatric patients who underwent involuntary treatment

Fekete, Szabolcs

Dr. Fekete Szabolcs
Igazságügyi Megfigyelő és Elmegyógyító Intézet, Budapest

Language of the presentation

Hungarian

Text of the abstract

Introduction: The association between psychiatric morbidity and violent crime and the high rate of recidivism is evident from the forensic literature.
Aims: To identify those epidemiological and cinical characteristics that increase the risk of reoffending.
Methods: The documentation of all patients released over a 15-year period (between 2000 and 2015) from involuntary treatment at the National Institute of Forensic Psychiatry (IMEI) was reviewed. A comparison was made between patients who were convicted for the second time because of reoffending with first time offenders.
Results: The results will be compared with previous research findings on the subject.
Conclusion: It is particularly important from a clinical point of view to identify modifiable factors that can be targets of a crime prevention program.

Data of the presenter

Mental Health Sciences
Psychiatry
Gábor Gazdag
gazdag@lamb.hu