CIDI

AcronymDefinition
CIDIComposite International Diagnostic Interview
CIDICouncil for Integral Development (Organization of American States)
CIDICenter for International Disaster Information (est. 1988)
CIDICentrum Informatie en Documentatie Israel (Dutch: Israel Information and Documentation Center)
CIDICompression Ignition Direct Injection (engine)
CIDICentre for Information and Documentation on Israel
CIDICentral Index of Dose Information
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The Ad Council was able to act quickly after the earthquake to distribute the PSAs this week because of their partnership with USAID CIDI.
Depression remission measured by CIDI at 12 months was modeled using regular logistic regression, as all patients were CIDI positive at baseline per inclusion criteria.
It is likely that some respondents classified without a 12-month disorder actually had one, since the CIDI does not provide a fully comprehensive assessment of all DSM-IV disorders.
Concordance between ICD-10 alcohol and drug use disorder criteria and diagnoses as measured by the AUDADIS-ADR, CIDI, and SCAN: results of a cross-national study.
Financial support is the best way to help these organizations respond quickly to developing needs in the countries affected by Ebola," said Juanita Rilling, Director of USAID CIDI.
In SASH the CIDI focused on common mental disorders (including depression, anxiety and substance-related disorders) and included the age of onset of disorders.
All respondents were assessed for common psychiatric disorders with the World Health Organization's Composite International Diagnostic Interview (CIDI) and for substance abuse via an adaptation of the CIDI for drugs and Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT) for alcohol.
GlobalData's epidemiological analysis included the most recently published nationally-representative studies in the 8MM that provided the total prevalence of MDD using the DSM-IV diagnostic criteria and the CIDI version 3.
It should also be noted that estimates for alcohol and drug dependence may be slightly biased, as the survey design of the CIDI required individuals to meet both abuse and dependence criteria (Cottler 2007; Grant et al.
The CIDI is a fully structured interview used by trained lay interviewers and can generate diagnoses according to the ICD-10 (International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems, 10th revision) and DSM-IV (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 4th edition) diagnostic systems.
Among those taking a psychotropic medication, African Americans/Afro-Caribbeans were the most likely to have current depression/anxiety based on the CIDI (34%), whereas Asians were the least likely (12%).
Patients were asked to complete a screener at their physician visit, a telephone-administered CIDI for diagnosing depression, and questionnaire on economic status, and a mailed survey at baseline.