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Clinical Global Impressions (CGI)

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Global severity of participants' mental illness. This item is measured in two ways: Severity of Illness and Global Improvement.
Clinical Assessments
Depression
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Query Element Name Data Type Size Required Description Value Range Notes Aliases
subjectkey GUID Required The NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subject NDAR* guid
src_subject_id String 20 Required Subject ID how it's defined in lab/project
interview_age Integer Recommended Age in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging. 0 :: 1260 Age 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.
interview_date Date Recommended Date on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYY
sex String 20 Recommended Sex of subject at birth M;F; O; NR M = Male; F = Female; O=Other; NR = Not reported
assessment__type Integer Recommended Assessment type: 1::5 1 = Baseline; 2 = Post MCI; 3 = Week 4; 4 = Week 8; 5 = Week 12
cgi_form Integer Recommended Was form completed? 1;2 1 = Yes; 2 = No
cgi_severity Integer Recommended Considering your total clincal experience with this particular population, how mentally ill is the patient at this time? 0::7; 88 0 = Not assessed; 1 = Normal, not ill at all; 2 = Borderline mentally ill; 3 = Mildly ill; 4 = Moderately ill; 5 = Markedly ill; 6 = Severely ill; 7 = Among the most extremely ill patients; 88 = Not assessed
cgi_global Integer Recommended Rate total improvement, regardless of whether or not in your opinion it is due entirely to treatment. Compared to his condition at admission to the project, how much has he changed? 1::7; 88 1 = Very much improved; 2 = Much improved; 3 = Minimally improved; 4 = No change; 5 = Minimally worse; 6 = Much worse; 7 = Very much worse; 88 = Not assessed
cgi_socialanx Integer Recommended Does the patient have Social Anxiety? 0;1 0 = No; 1 = Yes
cgi_other1 Integer Recommended Does the patient have another illness? 0;1 0 = No; 1 = Yes
cgi_other1_des String 400 Recommended Specify the other diagnosis of the illness
cgi_other1_rate Integer Recommended Rating of the other illness. 0::7 0 = Possible; 1 = Probable; 2 = In remission; 3 = In partial remission; 4 = Mild; 5 = Moderate; 6 = Severe; 7 = Comorbid
cgi_other2 Integer Recommended Does the patient have another illness? 0;1 0 = No; 1 = Yes
cgi_other2_des String 400 Recommended Specify the other diagnosis of the illness
cgi_other2_rate Integer Recommended Rating of the other illness. 0::7 0 = Possible; 1 = Probable; 2 = In remission; 3 = In partial remission; 4 = Mild; 5 = Moderate; 6 = Severe; 7 = Comorbid.
cgi_other3 Integer Recommended Does the patient have another illness? 0;1 0 = No; 1 = Yes
cgi_other3_des String 400 Recommended Specify the other diagnosis of the illness
cgi_other3_rate Integer Recommended Rating of the other illness. 0::7 0 = Possible; 1 = Probable; 2 = In remission; 3 = In partial remission; 4 = Mild; 5 = Moderate; 6 = Severe; 7 = Comorbid
cgi_none Integer Recommended Does the patient have none of these illnesses? 0;1 0 = No; 1 = Yes
cgi_mdd_type Integer Recommended Type of Major Depressive Disorder 0;1 0 = Single; 1 = Recurrent
cgi_mdd_rate Integer Recommended Rating of Major Depressive Disorder 0::5 0 = Mild; 1 = Moderate; 2 = Severe, with no psychotic features; 3 = Severe, with psychotic features; 4 = In full remission; 5 = In partial remission
cgi_mdd_onset Integer Recommended Age of onset of Major Depressive Disorder
cgi_mdd_episodeonset Integer Recommended Age of onset of current episode of Major Depressive Disorder
cgi_mdd_episodeoffset Integer Recommended Age when most recent episode, before the current Major Depressive Disorder episode, ended.
cgi_persistentmdd_type Integer Recommended Type of persistent depressive disorder 0::3 0 = With pure dysthymia; 1 = With persistent MDE; 2 = With intermittent MDE and current episode; 3 = With intermittent MDE without current episode
cgi_persistentmdd_rate Integer Recommended Rating of Persistent Depressive Disorder 0::8 0 = Mild; 1 = Moderate; 2 = Severe without psychotic features; 3 = Severe with mood-congruent psychotic features; 4 = Severe with mood-incongruent psychotic features; 5 = In full remission; 6 = In partial remission; 7 = Possible; 8 = Probable
cgi_persistentmdd_onsetage Integer Recommended Age of onset of Persistent Depressive Disorder
cgi_persmdd_episodeonset Integer Recommended Age of onset of current episode of Persistent Depressive Disorder
cgi_mdd Integer Recommended Does the patient have Major Depressive Disorder? 0;1 0 = No; 1 = Yes
cgi_persmdd_episodeoffset Integer Recommended Age most recent episode before the current one of Persistent Depressive Disorder, ended.
cgi_bipolar_type Integer Recommended Type of Bipolar Disorder 0;1 0 = Bipolar I; 1 = Bipolar II
cgi_bipolar_recur Integer Recommended Type of current-recurrent for Bipolar Disorder 0::2 0 = Depressed; 1 = Manic; 2 = Mixed
cgi_bipolar_rate Integer Recommended Rating of Bipolar Disorder 0::7 0 = Mild; 1 = Moderate; 2 = Severe, with no psychotic features; 3 = Severe, with psychotic features; 4 = In partial remission; 5 = In full remission; 6 = Possible; 7 = Probable
cgi_adhd_type Integer Recommended Type of ADHD 0::2 0 = Inattentive; 1 = Hyperactivity/Impulsive; 2 = Combine
cgi_adhd_rate Integer Recommended Rating of ADHD 0::7 0 = Possible; 1 = Probable; 2 = In remission; 3 = In partial remission; 4 = Mild; 5 = Moderate; 6 = Severe; 7 = Comorbid
cgi_dbd_type Integer Recommended Type of Disruptive Behavior Disorder 0::2 0 = ODD; 1 = NOS; 2 = CD
cgi_dbd_rate Integer Recommended Rating of Disruptive Behavior Disorder 0::7 0 = Possible; 1 = Probable; 2 = In remission; 3 = In partial remission; 4 = Mild; 5 = Moderate; 6 = Severe; 7 = Comorbid
cgi_gad_rate Integer Recommended Rating of Generalized Anxiety Disorder 0::7 0 = Possible; 1 = Probable; 2 = In remission; 3 = In partial remission; 4 = Mild; 5 = Moderate; 6 = Severe; 7 = Comorbid
cgi_seperationanx_rate Integer Recommended Rating of Social Anxiety 0::7 0 = Possible; 1 = Probable; 2 = In remission; 3 = In partial remission; 4 = Mild; 5 = Moderate; 6 = Severe; 7 = Comorbid
cgi_persistentdd Integer Recommended Does the patient have Persistent Depressive Disorder? 0;1 0 = No; 1 = Yes
cgi_socialanx_rate Integer Recommended Rating of Separation Anxiety 0::7 0 = Possible; 1 = Probable; 2 = In remission; 3 = In partial remission; 4 = Mild; 5 = Moderate; 6 = Severe; 7 = Comorbid
cgi_bipolar Integer Recommended Does the patient have Bipolar Disorder? 0;1 0 = No; 1 = Yes
cgi_gad Integer Recommended Does the patient have Generalized Anxiety Disorder? 0;1 0 = No; 1 = Yes
cgi_dbd Integer Recommended Does the patient have Disruptive Behavior Disorder? 0;1 0 = No; 1 = Yes
cgi_adhd Integer Recommended Does the patient have ADHD? 0;1 0 = No; 1 = Yes
cgi_separationanx Integer Recommended Does the patient have Separation Anxiety? 0;1 0 = No; 1 = Yes
timepoint_label String 50 Recommended Timepoint/visit label
cgi_s Integer Recommended Considering your total clinical experience with this particular population, how mentally ill is the patient at this time? 1::7 1 = Normal - Not at all ill; 2 = Borderline mentally ill; 3 = Mildly ill; 4 = Moderately ill; 5 = Markedly ill; 6 = Severely ill; 7 = Among the most extremely ill patients
cgi_i Integer Recommended Rate of total improvement, compared to the patient's condition at the start of the study, how much has he/she changed? 1::7 1 = Very much improved; 2 = Much improved; 3 = Minimally improved; 4 = No change; 5 = Minimally worse; 6 = Much worse; 7 = Very much worse
cgi_m0_wk3 Integer Recommended Considering your total clinical experience with bipolar patients, how severely ill has the patient been THE THIRD WEEK OF OBSERVATION (3rd week since O0)? 0::7 0 = Already done at O2; 1 = NORMAL, NOT AT ALL - Symptoms of disorder not present past seven days; 2 = MINIMALLY ILL - Subtle or suspected pathology; 3 = MILDLY ILL - Clearly established symptoms with minimal, if any, distress or difficulty in social and occupational function; 4 = MODERATELY ILL - Overt symptoms causing noticeable, but modest, functional impairment or distress; symptom level may warrant medication; 5 = MARKEDLY ILL - Intrusive symptoms that distinctly impair social/occupational function or cause intrusive levels of distress; 6 = SEVERELY ILL - Disruptive pathology; behavior and function are frequently influenced by symptoms; may require assistance from others; 7 = VERY SEVERELY ILL - Pathology drastically interferes in many life functions; may be hospitalized
cgi_m0_wk4 Integer Recommended Considering your total clinical experience with bipolar patients, how severely ill has the patient been THE FOURTH WEEK OF OBSERVATION (4th week since O0)? 1::7 1 = NORMAL, NOT AT ALL - Symptoms of disorder not present past seven days; 2 = MINIMALLY ILL - Subtle or suspected pathology; 3 = MILDLY ILL - Clearly established symptoms with minimal, if any, distress or difficulty in social and occupational function; 4 = MODERATELY ILL - Overt symptoms causing noticeable, but modest, functional impairment or distress; symptom level may warrant medication; 5 = MARKEDLY ILL - Intrusive symptoms that distinctly impair social/occupational function or cause intrusive levels of distress; 6 = SEVERELY ILL - Disruptive pathology; behavior and function are frequently influenced by symptoms; may require assistance from others; 7 = VERY SEVERELY ILL - Pathology drastically interferes in many life functions; may be hospitalized
cgi_m0_wk5 Integer Recommended EXTRA - If it has been more than 4 weeks since the start of OBSERVATION, obtain CGI rating for the previous week. Considering your total clinical experience with bipolar patients, how severely ill has the patient been over THE PAST WEEK? (most recent week) 0::7 0 = Not done; 1 = NORMAL, NOT AT ALL - Symptoms of disorder not present past seven days; 2 = MINIMALLY ILL - Subtle or suspected pathology; 3 = MILDLY ILL - Clearly established symptoms with minimal, if any, distress or difficulty in social and occupational function; 4 = MODERATELY ILL - Overt symptoms causing noticeable, but modest, functional impairment or distress; symptom level may warrant medication; 5 = MARKEDLY ILL - Intrusive symptoms that distinctly impair social/occupational function or cause intrusive levels of distress; 6 = SEVERELY ILL - Disruptive pathology; behavior and function are frequently influenced by symptoms; may require assistance from others; 7 = VERY SEVERELY ILL - Pathology drastically interferes in many life functions; may be hospitalized
cgi_x2_wk1 Integer Recommended Considering your total clinical experience with bipolar patients, how severely ill has the patient been OVER THE PAST WEEK? 1::7 1 = NORMAL, NOT AT ALL - Symptoms of disorder not present past seven days; 2 = MINIMALLY ILL - Subtle or suspected pathology; 3 = MILDLY ILL - Clearly established symptoms with minimal, if any, distress or difficulty in social and occupational function; 4 = MODERATELY ILL - Overt symptoms causing noticeable, but modest, functional impairment or distress; symptom level may warrant medication; 5 = MARKEDLY ILL - Intrusive symptoms that distinctly impair social/occupational function or cause intrusive levels of distress; 6 = SEVERELY ILL - Disruptive pathology; behavior and function are frequently influenced by symptoms; may require assistance from others; 7 = VERY SEVERELY ILL - Pathology drastically interferes in many life functions; may be hospitalized
cgi_x2_wk2 Integer Recommended Considering your total clinical experience with bipolar patients, how severely ill has the patient been OVER THE PREVIOUS WEEK (ie., 2 weeks ago)? 1::7 1 = NORMAL, NOT AT ALL - Symptoms of disorder not present past seven days; 2 = MINIMALLY ILL - Subtle or suspected pathology; 3 = MILDLY ILL - Clearly established symptoms with minimal, if any, distress or difficulty in social and occupational function; 4 = MODERATELY ILL - Overt symptoms causing noticeable, but modest, functional impairment or distress; symptom level may warrant medication; 5 = MARKEDLY ILL - Intrusive symptoms that distinctly impair social/occupational function or cause intrusive levels of distress; 6 = SEVERELY ILL - Disruptive pathology; behavior and function are frequently influenced by symptoms; may require assistance from others; 7 = VERY SEVERELY ILL - Pathology drastically interferes in many life functions; may be hospitalized
visit_type Integer Recommended Visit type 1; 2 1 = in person; 2 = phone
site String 101 Recommended Site Study Site
visit String 60 Recommended Visit name
cgi_o2_wk1 Integer Recommended CGI Observation Week #1 (first week after O0). Considering your total clinical experience with bipolar patients, how severely ill has the patient been OVER THE FIRST WEEK of observation? 1::7 1 = NORMAL, NOT AT ALL - Symptoms of disorder not present; 2 = MINIMALLY ILL - Subtle or suspected pathology; 3 = MILDLY ILL - Clearly established symptoms with minimal, if any, distress or difficulty in social and occupational function; 4 = MODERATELY ILL - Overt symptoms causing noticeable, but modest, functional impairment or distress; symptom level may warrant medication; 5 = MARKEDLY ILL - Intrusive symptoms that distinctly impair social/occupational function or cause intrusive levels of distress; 6 = SEVERELY ILL - Disruptive pathology; behavior and function are frequently influenced by symptoms; may require assistance from others; 7 = VERY SEVERELY ILL - Pathology drastically interferes in many life functions; may be hospitalized
cgi_o2_wk2 Integer Recommended CGI Observation Week #2 (2nd week after O0). Considering your total clinical experience with bipolar patients, how severely ill has the patient been during the SECOND WEEK of OBSERVATION? 1::7 1 = NORMAL, NOT AT ALL - Symptoms of disorder not present; 2 = MINIMALLY ILL - Subtle or suspected pathology; 3 = MILDLY ILL - Clearly established symptoms with minimal, if any, distress or difficulty in social and occupational function; 4 = MODERATELY ILL - Overt symptoms causing noticeable, but modest, functional impairment or distress; symptom level may warrant medication; 5 = MARKEDLY ILL - Intrusive symptoms that distinctly impair social/occupational function or cause intrusive levels of distress; 6 = SEVERELY ILL - Disruptive pathology; behavior and function are frequently influenced by symptoms; may require assistance from others; 7 = VERY SEVERELY ILL - Pathology drastically interferes in many life functions; may be hospitalized
cgi_o2_wk3 Integer Recommended CGI Observation Week #3 (ONLY if necessary - i.e., if O2 visit is late). Considering your total clinical experience with bipolar patients, how severely ill has the patient been OVER THE THIRD WEEK of OBSERVATION? 0::7 0 = Not done; 1 = NORMAL, NOT AT ALL - Symptoms of disorder not present; 2 = MINIMALLY ILL - Subtle or suspected pathology; 3 = MILDLY ILL - Clearly established symptoms with minimal, if any, distress or difficulty in social and occupational function; 4 = MODERATELY ILL - Overt symptoms causing noticeable, but modest, functional impairment or distress; symptom level may warrant medication; 5 = MARKEDLY ILL - Intrusive symptoms that distinctly impair social/occupational function or cause intrusive levels of distress; 6 = SEVERELY ILL - Disruptive pathology; behavior and function are frequently influenced by symptoms; may require assistance from others; 7 = VERY SEVERELY ILL - Pathology drastically interferes in many life functions; may be hospitalized
cgi_m0_wk1 Integer Recommended Considering your total clinical experience with bipolar patients, how severely ill has the patient been THE FIRST WEEK OF OBSERVATION (1st week since O0)? 0::7 0 = Already done at O2; 1 = NORMAL, NOT AT ALL - Symptoms of disorder not present past seven days; 2 = MINIMALLY ILL - Subtle or suspected pathology; 3 = MILDLY ILL - Clearly established symptoms with minimal, if any, distress or difficulty in social and occupational function; 4 = MODERATELY ILL - Overt symptoms causing noticeable, but modest, functional impairment or distress; symptom level may warrant medication; 5 = MARKEDLY ILL - Intrusive symptoms that distinctly impair social/occupational function or cause intrusive levels of distress; 6 = SEVERELY ILL - Disruptive pathology; behavior and function are frequently influenced by symptoms; may require assistance from others; 7 = VERY SEVERELY ILL - Pathology drastically interferes in many life functions; may be hospitalized
cgi_m0_wk2 Integer Recommended Considering your total clinical experience with bipolar patients, how severely ill has the patient been THE SECOND WEEK OF OBSERVATION (2nd week since O0)? 0::7 0 = Already done at O2; 1 = NORMAL, NOT AT ALL - Symptoms of disorder not present past seven days; 2 = MINIMALLY ILL - Subtle or suspected pathology; 3 = MILDLY ILL - Clearly established symptoms with minimal, if any, distress or difficulty in social and occupational function; 4 = MODERATELY ILL - Overt symptoms causing noticeable, but modest, functional impairment or distress; symptom level may warrant medication; 5 = MARKEDLY ILL - Intrusive symptoms that distinctly impair social/occupational function or cause intrusive levels of distress; 6 = SEVERELY ILL - Disruptive pathology; behavior and function are frequently influenced by symptoms; may require assistance from others; 7 = VERY SEVERELY ILL - Pathology drastically interferes in many life functions; may be hospitalized
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