The Inventory of Suicide Orientation-30 (ISO-30) assessment provides an overall suicide risk classification based on measurements of hopelessness and suicide ideation.
Appropriate for use by psychologists, licensed social workers, and licensed counselors in outpatient and inpatient mental health facilities, juvenile justice evaluations, and school settings. The ISO-30 assessment can help:
Helps measure a broadly-defined construct of hopelessness using the total score from the 30 items. Suicide ideation is assessed by 6 critical items within those 30 items. The total score and the critical item score help determine overall suicide risk classification (high, moderate, low).
Clinical data were collected on 366 adolescents ages 12 to 18. A student sample included 139 students in grades 9 through 12 and 263 junior and senior high school students from an earlier version of the ISO-30 test.
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