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Table 5 Item to outcome agreement where outcome is matched to appropriate level or higher.

From: The DUNDRUM-1 structured professional judgment for triage to appropriate levels of therapeutic security: retrospective-cohort validation study

  All assessed over a three month period
April to June 2009 (n = 246)
All diverted from prison to hospital over a
two year period 2008-2009 (n = 100)
  Observed proportion in Agreementa 99% CI of observed proportion in agreement Observed proportion in Agreementa 99% CI of observed proportion in agreement
TS1: serious violence .85 .79 - .91 .88 .79 - .97
TS2: serious self harm .91 .86 - .96 .98 .94 - .99
TS3: immediacy of violence risk .89 .84 - .94 .72 .60 - .84
TS4: immediacy of self harm risk .97 .94 - .99 .99 .96 - .99
TS5: specialist forensic need .96 .92 - .99 .95 .89 - .99
TS6: absconding risk .89 .85 - .95 .92 .84 - .99
TS7: preventing access .92 .87 - .96 .90 .82 - .98
TS8: victim sensitivities .93 .89 - .97 .81 .71 - .91
TS9: complex risks .81 .75 - .87 .79 .68 - .89
TS10: institutional behaviour .91 .86 - .96 .99 .96 - .99
TS11: legal procedure .95 .92 - .99 .90 .82 - .98
  1. First sample all assessed after screening over a three month period, n = 246; second sample all diverted to hospitals over a two year period n = 100. aBinomial test for observed proportions differing from test proportion 0.5, based on Z approximation all p < 0.001 (2-tailed).