The EUropean Study on VIOlence Risk and MEntal Disorders (EU-VIORMED) is a new collaborative research project that aims to improve the quality of forensic psychiatric care in Europe.
Forensic psychiatry treats mentally disordered people who are a risk to the public. Here, the assessment and treatment of mentally disordered offenders must accurately formulate and understand the complicated relationship between mental disorders and the risk of violence to self and others, while avoiding being overly restrictive.
Forensic psychiatry spans a challenging physical and ethical space between the needs and rights of patients, the public and the criminal justice system, and between medical treatment and public protection.
Forensic psychiatric services of one form or another exist in every EU state, but their design, operational models, clinical resources and guiding principles differ markedly. Today they are expanding in some member states, while contracting in others.
EU-VIORMED aims to:
Save the date: the EU-VIORMED Final Event is almost here! We are pleased to announce that the three-year EU-VIORMED project, aimed at supporting the harmonization of forensic psychiatric care pathways and treatment patterns across Europe, will hold its Final Event on September 27, 2021. Join us as we discuss the state of forensic psychiatry in European […]... Read more
La Psichiatria Forense in Europa, una overview dei risultati del Progetto EU–VIORMED webinar gratuito con accreditamento ECM
Mercoledì 23 giugno 2021 – 10:00- 13:00 Webinar gratuito con ECM Il webinar si propone illustrare i principali risultati del progetto European Study on Risk Factors for Violence in Mental Disorder and Forensic Care: a multicentre project. The EU-VIORMED Study, giunto ormai al termine. L’obiettivo generale del progetto EU-VIORMED, finanziato dalla Commissione Europea (Grant PP-2-3-2016), […]... Read more
We are pleased to announce that an article by the EU-VIORMED group has been published in Frontiers in Psychiatry (2019 Impact Factor: 2.849) on May 10, 2021. This study... Read more