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Examining the Evidence Base for Forensic Case Formulation: An Integrative Review of Recent Research

Victoria Wheable, Jason Davies Orcid Logo

International Journal of Forensic Mental Health, Pages: 1 - 14

Swansea University Authors: Victoria Wheable, Jason Davies Orcid Logo

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In the past decade, forensic case formulation (FCF) has become a key activity in many forensic services. However, the evidence base for FCF remains limited. This integrative review aimed to identify and evaluate all FCF research conducted since the lack of understanding within this field was highlig...

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Published in: International Journal of Forensic Mental Health
ISSN: 1499-9013 1932-9903
Published: Informa UK Limited 2020
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description In the past decade, forensic case formulation (FCF) has become a key activity in many forensic services. However, the evidence base for FCF remains limited. This integrative review aimed to identify and evaluate all FCF research conducted since the lack of understanding within this field was highlighted by several academics in 2011. A rigorous literature search led to the identification of 14 studies fitting the inclusion criteria. Studies were critically evaluated and synthesised to create a summary of the recent research, to identify remaining gaps in our understanding, and to create an agenda for future research.
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