This is a list of all Psychiatry related medical scores and algorithms with their corresponding calculator/app.
Facilitates diagnosis of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in adults based on childhood symptoms.
Helps diagnose ADHD in children of 6 to 12 years based on parent and teacher input.
Assesses the impact stressful life events may have on individual health.
Helps evaluate burnout severity based on exhaustion and disengagement statements.
Assesses suicide risk in adults based on ten criteria considered as risk factors.
Screens for bipolar symptoms linked to bipolar spectrum disorders.
Measures the degree of nonspecific perceived stress based on 10 questions.
Evaluates the severity of depressive and anxious disorder symptoms and stress manifestations.
Assesses the personality traits of thrill and adventure seeking, disinhibition, experience seeking, and susceptibility to boredom.
Screens for symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children and can help with monitoring progress too (two versions available: 18 or 26 items).
Measures the extent of autistic traits in adults and can be used as part of the diagnosis of Asperger syndrome.
Assesses the severity of the most common seven anxious disorder symptoms.
Measures subjective happiness based on self-assessment of four questions.
Evaluates the depressive symptoms a patient may experience to determine depression severity.
Evaluates the severity of anxiety and that of other anxious disorders.
Rates self-esteem feelings based on RES by measuring both positive and negative feelings about the self.
Evaluates anxiety severity based on a collection of 33 feelings, thoughts and symptoms.
Assesses the severity of depressive episodes in adult patients with suspected depressive disorder.
Assesses the sense of perceived self-efficacy to check how you cope with daily situations and stressful life events.
Evaluates risk and severity of postpartum depression to help with identifying patients at risk.
Evaluates depression symptoms to determine the severity of the depressive disorder the patient suffers from.
Evaluates the severity of depression based on typical symptoms.
Evaluates social phobia by rating anxiety and avoidance in a range of social interaction and performance situations.
This is a screening tool for depression based on the most common clinical signs of depressive disorder.
Assesses the severity of depression symptoms based on a 20-item questionnaire.
Assesses the degree of sedation or agitation in hospitalized patients.
Evaluates the severity of depression symptoms based on domains such as sleep, mood or suicidal ideation.
Evaluates symptoms of depression in elderly patients based on a 15 question and a 4 question version.
Helps diagnose post-traumatic stress disorder based on DSM-5 criteria via 17 self-report standardized questions.
Measures global cognitive judgments of the respondent’s life satisfaction.
Helps monitor response to treatment by measuring severity of panic symptoms and their occurrence.
Helps diagnose posttraumatic stress disorder in adults and children over 6 years based on eight categories of symptoms.
Diagnoses Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) if a minimum required nine depressive symptoms are present.
Screens for depression severity based on the presence or absence of depressed mood and anhedonia.