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Columbia Suicide History Form

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/project
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired field
interview_ageIntegerRequiredAge in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging.0 :: 1260Age is rounded to chronological month. If the research participant is 15-days-old at time of interview, the appropriate value would be 0 months. If the participant is 16-days-old, the value would be 1 month.
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
siteString100RecommendedSiteStudy Site
visitString50RecommendedVisit nameCharacter description of each type of visit
days_baselineIntegerRecommendedDays since baseline
suicidalityatt_lifetime_totIntegerRecommendedNumber of Lifetime Suicide Attempts
shsq2IntegerRecommendedTotal number of ambiguous attempts
sbiatnalIntegerRecommendedSuicidal Behavior. Total number Interrupted Attempts. Lifetime.0::1000;-9-9=incomplete
cssrs_base_14aIntegerRecommendedBaseline. Que 14a - Suicidal Behavior: Number of aborted attempts
actlthl2IntegerRecommendedMost Lethal Actual Lethality/Medical Damage0::6; 9;-90=No physical damage or very minor physical damage (e.g., surface scratches).; 1=Minor physical damage (e.g., lethargic speech first-degree burns mild bleeding sprains).; 2=Moderate physical damage medical attention needed (e.g., conscious but sleepy, somewhat responsive second-degree burns bleeding of major vessel).; 3=Moderately severe physical damage medical hospitalization and likely intensive care required (e.g., comatose with reflexes intact third-degree burns less than 20% of body extensive blood loss but can recover major fractures).; 4=Severe physical damage medical hospitalization with intensive care required (e.g., comatose without reflexes third-degree burns over 20% of body extensive blood loss with unstable vital signs major damage to a vital area); 5=Death; -9=incomplete; 6 = Depending upon method used: Bullet to head area, Comatose -- all reflexes absent; respiratory depression with cyanosis or circulatory failure and shock or both, Extensive blood loss with shock; insult to vital areas with change in vital signs; recovery with inpatient care doubtful, Major damage to vital area (skull, neck, spinal column) -- paralysis expected, Paralysis or other spinal cord injury, Third degree burns over 60% body area, Unconscious -- massive efforts at resuscitation necessary for revival; 9=NA
actlthl1IntegerRecommendedMost Recent Actual Lethality/Medical Damage0::6; 9; -90=No physical damage or very minor physical damage (e.g., surface scratches).; 1=Minor physical damage (e.g., lethargic speech first-degree burns mild bleeding sprains).; 2=Moderate physical damage medical attention needed (e.g., conscious but sleepy, somewhat responsive second-degree burns bleeding of major vessel).; 3=Moderately severe physical damage medical hospitalization and likely intensive care required (e.g., comatose with reflexes intact third-degree burns less than 20% of body extensive blood loss but can recover major fractures).; 4=Severe physical damage medical hospitalization with intensive care required (e.g., comatose without reflexes third-degree burns over 20% of body extensive blood loss with unstable vital signs major damage to a vital area); 5=Death; -9=incomplete; 6 = Depending upon method used: Bullet to head area, Comatose -- all reflexes absent; respiratory depression with cyanosis or circulatory failure and shock or both, Extensive blood loss with shock; insult to vital areas with change in vital signs; recovery with inpatient care doubtful, Major damage to vital area (skull, neck, spinal column) -- paralysis expected, Paralysis or other spinal cord injury, Third degree burns over 60% body area, Unconscious -- massive efforts at resuscitation necessary for revival; 9=NA
shsq7adyIntegerRecommendedDate of: First actual suicide attempt (days from baseline)
shsq7bdyIntegerRecommendedDate of: Most recent actual attempt (days from baseline)
shsq7cdyIntegerRecommendedDate of: Most lethal actual attempt (days from baseline)
shsq8IntegerRecommendedLethality of most recent ambiguous attempt0::90 = Depending upon method used: Fully conscious and alert, Minor bruises only -- no treatment necessary, No damage, No or minimal medical consequences or treatment, Surface scratches; none or minor bleeding; little or no wound care required; 1 = Depending upon method used: 01 Conscious but sleepy; 2 = Depending upon method used: Conscious -- some respiratory distress but no resuscitation needed, First degree burns, Flesh wounds with powder burns, Lethargic with diminution in intellectual ability, Moderate bleeding with clotting before significant blood loss occurs; simple wound care required, Simple rope burns, Some injury (e.g., mouth burns) and treatment in emergency room or on outpatient basis (e.g., gastric lavage), Sprains or minor injuries -- no bone, ligament, or tendon damage; no internal bleeding, tissue or brain damage; 3 = Depending upon method used: Asleep but easily aroused, Bleeding of major veins, danger of considerable blood loss without surgical intervention -- suturing necessary but no transfusion; vital areas intact and no change in vital sings; care on outpatient basis, Bullet lodged in extremity -- minor bleeding, Conscious -- minimal to moderate efforts at resuscitation needed, Extremities fractured -- casting necessary but no major tendon repair and complete recovery expected, More extensive injuries with treatment on outpatient basis, Second degree burns; 4 = Depending upon method used: Comatose -- withdrawal from painful stimuli; reflexes intact; injury sufficient for hospitalization, Injury sufficient for hospitalization -- vital signs and level of consciousness may be affected; 5 = Depending upon method used: Bullet in abdomen or chest -- major bleeding; vital signs unstable, Comatose -- no withdrawal from painful stimuli, most reflexes intact; no respiratory or circulatory depression; injury sufficient for ICU monitoring, Conscious -- extensive efforts at resuscitation needed, Extensive blood loss; suturing, blood replacement and tendon repair required; wound may be to head, thorax, or abdomen but vital organs intact and vital signs stable; recovery with inpatient care expected, Hospitalization and resuscitation required, Major bone and/or tendon damage in multiple areas -- internal bleeding; some residual impairment expected but not in vital areas, Third degree burns under 20% body area; 6 = Depending upon method used: Comatose -- most reflexes absent; no respiratory or circulatory depression; ICU and significant medical procedure (e.g., dialysis), Major systemic effects -- such as G.I. perforation, renal failure, blood hemolysis, or shock; vital signs unstable; 7 = Depending upon method used: Bullet to head area, Comatose -- all reflexes absent; respiratory depression with cyanosis or circulatory failure and shock or both, Extensive blood loss with shock; insult to vital areas with change in vital signs; recovery with inpatient care doubtful, Major damage to vital area (skull, neck, spinal column) -- paralysis expected, Paralysis or other spinal cord injury, Third degree burns over 60% body area, Unconscious -- massive efforts at resuscitation necessary for revival; 8 = Death; 9 = Not Applicable
shsq9IntegerRecommendedLethality of most lethal ambiguous attempt0::90 = Depending upon method used: Fully conscious and alert, Minor bruises only -- no treatment necessary, No damage, No or minimal medical consequences or treatment, Surface scratches; none or minor bleeding; little or no wound care required; 1 = Depending upon method used: 01 Conscious but sleepy; 2 = Depending upon method used: Conscious -- some respiratory distress but no resuscitation needed, First degree burns, Flesh wounds with powder burns, Lethargic with diminution in intellectual ability, Moderate bleeding with clotting before significant blood loss occurs; simple wound care required, Simple rope burns, Some injury (e.g., mouth burns) and treatment in emergency room or on outpatient basis (e.g., gastric lavage), Sprains or minor injuries -- no bone, ligament, or tendon damage; no internal bleeding, tissue or brain damage; 3 = Depending upon method used: Asleep but easily aroused, Bleeding of major veins, danger of considerable blood loss without surgical intervention -- suturing necessary but no transfusion; vital areas intact and no change in vital sings; care on outpatient basis, Bullet lodged in extremity -- minor bleeding, Conscious -- minimal to moderate efforts at resuscitation needed, Extremities fractured -- casting necessary but no major tendon repair and complete recovery expected, More extensive injuries with treatment on outpatient basis, Second degree burns; 4 = Depending upon method used: Comatose -- withdrawal from painful stimuli; reflexes intact; injury sufficient for hospitalization, Injury sufficient for hospitalization -- vital signs and level of consciousness may be affected; 5 = Depending upon method used: Bullet in abdomen or chest -- major bleeding; vital signs unstable, Comatose -- no withdrawal from painful stimuli, most reflexes intact; no respiratory or circulatory depression; injury sufficient for ICU monitoring, Conscious -- extensive efforts at resuscitation needed, Extensive blood loss; suturing, blood replacement and tendon repair required; wound may be to head, thorax, or abdomen but vital organs intact and vital signs stable; recovery with inpatient care expected, Hospitalization and resuscitation required, Major bone and/or tendon damage in multiple areas -- internal bleeding; some residual impairment expected but not in vital areas, Third degree burns under 20% body area; 6 = Depending upon method used: Comatose -- most reflexes absent; no respiratory or circulatory depression; ICU and significant medical procedure (e.g., dialysis), Major systemic effects -- such as G.I. perforation, renal failure, blood hemolysis, or shock; vital signs unstable; 7 = Depending upon method used: Bullet to head area, Comatose -- all reflexes absent; respiratory depression with cyanosis or circulatory failure and shock or both, Extensive blood loss with shock; insult to vital areas with change in vital signs; recovery with inpatient care doubtful, Major damage to vital area (skull, neck, spinal column) -- paralysis expected, Paralysis or other spinal cord injury, Third degree burns over 60% body area, Unconscious -- massive efforts at resuscitation necessary for revival; 8 = Death; 9= Not Applicable
hsiyesnoIntegerRecommendedhave you ever thought of committing suicide?0;10=No; 1=yes
hsioftenIntegerRecommendedhave you ever thought of committing suicide? How often?1::41=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often; 4=Almost Always
hsiddyIntegerRecommendedThought about suicide. When was the last time? (days from baseline)
suicidalityattemptIntegerRecommendedAttempt suicide0;10=No; 1=Yes
hcsaq2IntegerRecommendedTotal Number of lifetime suicide attempts (only self-injurious behaviour with intent to die).
ca213IntegerRecommendedCurrent condition - Suicide attempts number
pas03a_wk1IntegerRecommendedDate of suicide attempt
dtacracyIntegerRecommendedDate accuracy0;7;30;90;3650 = Exact Date; 7 = Narrow down to a week; 30 = Narrow down to a month; 90 = Narrow down to a season; 365 = Narrow down to a year
lratingIntegerRecommendedLethality Rating Scale0::90 = Depending upon method used: Fully conscious and alert, Minor bruises only -- no treatment necessary, No damage, No or minimal medical consequences or treatment, Surface scratches; none or minor bleeding; little or no wound care required; 1 = Depending upon method used: 01 Conscious but sleepy; 2 = Depending upon method used: Conscious -- some respiratory distress but no resuscitation needed, First degree burns, Flesh wounds with powder burns, Lethargic with diminution in intellectual ability, Moderate bleeding with clotting before significant blood loss occurs; simple wound care required, Simple rope burns, Some injury (e.g., mouth burns) and treatment in emergency room or on outpatient basis (e.g., gastric lavage), Sprains or minor injuries -- no bone, ligament, or tendon damage; no internal bleeding, tissue or brain damage; 3 = Depending upon method used: Asleep but easily aroused, Bleeding of major veins, danger of considerable blood loss without surgical intervention -- suturing necessary but no transfusion; vital areas intact and no change in vital sings; care on outpatient basis, Bullet lodged in extremity -- minor bleeding, Conscious -- minimal to moderate efforts at resuscitation needed, Extremities fractured -- casting necessary but no major tendon repair and complete recovery expected, More extensive injuries with treatment on outpatient basis, Second degree burns; 4 = Depending upon method used: Comatose -- withdrawal from painful stimuli; reflexes intact; injury sufficient for hospitalization, Injury sufficient for hospitalization -- vital signs and level of consciousness may be affected; 5 = Depending upon method used: Bullet in abdomen or chest -- major bleeding; vital signs unstable, Comatose -- no withdrawal from painful stimuli, most reflexes intact; no respiratory or circulatory depression; injury sufficient for ICU monitoring, Conscious -- extensive efforts at resuscitation needed, Extensive blood loss; suturing, blood replacement and tendon repair required; wound may be to head, thorax, or abdomen but vital organs intact and vital signs stable; recovery with inpatient care expected, Hospitalization and resuscitation required, Major bone and/or tendon damage in multiple areas -- internal bleeding; some residual impairment expected but not in vital areas, Third degree burns under 20% body area; 6 = Depending upon method used: Comatose -- most reflexes absent; no respiratory or circulatory depression; ICU and significant medical procedure (e.g., dialysis), Major systemic effects -- such as G.I. perforation, renal failure, blood hemolysis, or shock; vital signs unstable; 7 = Depending upon method used: Bullet to head area, Comatose -- all reflexes absent; respiratory depression with cyanosis or circulatory failure and shock or both, Extensive blood loss with shock; insult to vital areas with change in vital signs; recovery with inpatient care doubtful, Major damage to vital area (skull, neck, spinal column) -- paralysis expected, Paralysis or other spinal cord injury, Third degree burns over 60% body area, Unconscious -- massive efforts at resuscitation necessary for revival; 8 = Death; 9 = Not Applicable
chf_method1String250Recommended1st suicide attempt method
chf_method2String250Recommended2nd suicide attempt method
chf_method3String250Recommended3rd suicide attempt method
atmptypeIntegerRecommendedAttempt Type1::41=Actual; 2=Ambiguous; 3=Interrupted; 4=Aborted
srd10jIntegerRecommendedWere you alone or with others?1;21=Alone; 2=With others
exttrigIntegerRecommendedExternal Trigger Category1::91 = conjugal; 2 = other interpersonal; 3 = occupational; 4 = living situation; 5 = health; 6 = other; 7 = cannot be assessed; 8 = sexual abuse; 9 = physical abuse
sectrigIntegerRecommendedSecondary Trigger Category1::91 = conjugal; 2 = other interpersonal; 3 = occupational; 4 = living situation; 5 = health; 6 = other; 7 = cannot be assessed; 8 = sexual abuse; 9 = physical abuse
atmpynIntegerRecommendedHas the adolescent had any Actual, Ambiguous, Interrupted, or Aborted Attempts since the last assessment?0;10=No; 1=yes
sa_totalIntegerRecommendedTotal suicide attempt by assessment periodsano
suicide_interrupted_totalIntegerRecommendedTotal interrupted suicide attempts per subject over follow-upasano
suicide_aborted_totalIntegerRecommendedTotal aborted suicide attempts per subject over follow-upisano
sebevntIntegerRecommendedMasked Suicide eavluation Board (SEB) Event0::60 = No Event;1 = Actual suicide attempt; 2 = Interrupted suicide attempt; 3 = Hospitalization because of thoughts of c; 4 = Emergency evaluation because of thoughts; 5 = Self Injurious Behavior without Suicidal; 6 = Completed Suicide
sebevdayIntegerRecommendedMasked Suicide Evaluation Board (SEB) Date (days from baseline)
version_formString100RecommendedForm used
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