Mental Illness & Crime Victimization – the New JAMA Psychiatry Paper

Aug 8, 2018
Author: 
Dr. David Gratzer

After the mass shooting on Toronto’s Danforth, mental illness has been much in the news. The Canadian Psychiatric Association went so far as to warn against stigmatizing those with mental illness.

Despite stereotypes, studies show that people with mental disorders are more likely to be victims of violent crime rather than perpetrators. That said, the literature is light on how much crime patients experience, and the diagnoses of these patients.

This week, we look at a new paper just published by JAMA Psychiatry. 

Continue reading at Dr. David Gratzer's Reading Weekly blog. 

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