Year : 1992  |  Volume : 34  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 198--221

ICD - 10 Field Trials in India - A Report


R Raghuram, C Shamasundar 
 Bangalore, India

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Bangalore
India

The draft of the tenth revision of the International Classification Of Diseases, Chapter V (ICD-10) was subjected to extensive field trials throughout the world. In India, Nine Field Trial Centres (PTCs) conducted the field trials. The results showed that the ICD-10 was quite adequate in its face-validity, reliability, applicability and ease of use. A brief account of the field trials and the result are reported.


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Raghuram R, Shamasundar C. ICD - 10 Field Trials in India - A Report.Indian J Psychiatry 1992;34:198-221


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