The M.I.N.I. International Neuropsychiatric Interview (M.I.N.I. 6.0) is a short, structured diagnostic interview developed in 1990 by psychiatrists and clinicians in the United States and Europe for DSM-IV and ICD-10 psychiatric disorders. With an administration time of approximately 15 minutes, the M.I.N.I. 6.0 (10/10/10) is the structured psychiatric interview of choice for psychiatric evaluation and outcome tracking in clinical psychopharmacology trials and epidemiological studies. The M.I.N.I. is the most widely used psychiatric structured diagnostic interview instrument in the world, employed by mental health professionals and health organizations in more than 100 countries. View current customers.
Electronic versions of the MINI are available through InHomeScreening.com for both patient and clinician use. This version is used to collect electronic patient reported outcomes, MOS is a leading provider of technologies used to collect patient-driven Data for clinical research.
The revolutionary electronic version with branching logic efficiently presents patients with only relevant questions of the 381 available. The browser version is administered by clinicians at office visits and for patient home-based screening.
MOS is the first provider to use the electronic MINI on the web in global clinical trials.
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The M.I.N.I. 6.0 (10/10/10) was created by David V. Sheehan, M.D., M.B.A., Professor of Psychiatry and Director of Psychiatric Research, University of South Florida College of Medicine, and Yves Lecrubier, M.D. Centre Hospitalier Sainte-Anne – Paris, France.
The M.I.N.I. has been validated against the much longer Structured Clinical Interview for DSM diagnoses (SCID-P) in English and French and against the Composite International Diagnostic Interview for ICD-10 (CIDI) in English, French and Arabic. It has also been validated against expert opinion in a large sample in four European countries (France, United Kingdom, Italy and Spain). According to researchers at the National Institute of Mental Health's (NIMH) Division of Clinical and Treatment Research, the M.I.N.I. is a fully validated and more time-efficient alternative to the SCID-P and CIDI.
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