Recent posts on Dx Revision Watch site around DSM-5 second public review
A number of posts have been published recently on Dx Revision Watch, sister site to ME agenda, around the DSM-5 public review, so I am providing an Index:
5 May 2011 Post #73: http://wp.me/pKrrB-12k
American Psychiatric Association (APA) announces second public review of DSM-5 draft criteria and structure
Post announcing launch of second DSM-5 public review period with links to DSM-5 Development site and to media coverage.
6 May 2011 Post #74: http://wp.me/pKrrB-12x
APA News Release 4 May 2011: New Framework Proposed for Manual of Mental Disorders
Copy of APA News Release No. 11-27 announcing the posting on 4 May of revised draft criteria for DSM-5 on the DSM-5 Development website and a second public review period running from May to June 15.
8 May 2011 Post #75: http://wp.me/pKrrB-12P
What are the latest proposals for DSM-5 “Somatic Symptom Disorders” categories and why are they problematic? (Part 1)
Part 1 of this report is a Q & A addressing some of the queries that have been raised with me around the DSM-5 public review process. Includes table comparing “Current DSM-IV Codes and Categories for Somatoform Disorders and ICD-10 Equivalents”. Also includes a screenshot from Chapter 5 (V) Somatoform Disorders (the F codes) F45 – F48.0 (as displaying in the iCAT Alpha Drafting platform in November 2010; this drafting platform has since been replaced by another public Alpha drafting browser launched on 17 May 2011 – see Post #81: ICD-11 Alpha Drafting platform launched 17 May (public version): http://wp.me/pKrrB-16N).
10 May 2011 Post #77: http://wp.me/pKrrB-13z
What are the latest proposals for DSM-5 “Somatic Symptom Disorders” categories and why are they problematic? (Part 2)
In Part 2 of this report, I set out the latest proposals for draft criteria (dated 14 April 2011) from the DSM-5 Somatic Symptom Disorders Work Group, as published on the DSM-5 Development website, on 4 May.
12 May 2011 Post #78: http://wp.me/pKrrB-15q
Registering to submit comment in the second DSM-5 public review of draft criteria
Information on registering for and submitting comment in the second DSM-5 public review.
18 May 2011 Post #80: http://wp.me/pKrrB-15X
What are the latest proposals for DSM-5 “Somatic Symptom Disorders” categories and why are they problematic? (Part 3)
In Part 3 of this report, I posted extracts from “Disorders Description”, the first of the two key PDF documents that accompany the revised proposals, highlighting passages in yellow to indicate why ME and CFS patient representation organizations, professionals and advocates need to register their concerns via this second public review.
22 May 2011 Post #82: http://wp.me/pKrrB-16B
What are the latest proposals for DSM-5 “Somatic Symptom Disorders” categories and why are they problematic? (Part 4)
In Part 4 of this report, I posted the complete text of the key “Rationale” document that accompanies the draft proposals of the Somatic Symptom Disorders Work Group, omitting several pages of references to published and unpublished research papers.
22 May 2011 Post #83: http://wp.me/pKrrB-12d
Call for Action – Second DSM-5 public comment period closes June 15
Sets out why patients, patient organizations, advocates, clinicians, allied health professionals, lawyers and other professional end users need to review the proposals of the Somatic Symptom Disorders Work Group and submit responses. Includes copy of post in Word .doc and PDF formats.
29 May 2011 Post #85: http://wp.me/pKrrB-19o
Submissions to the first DSM-5 stakeholder review (February to 20 April 2010)
Full copy of the submission made in last year’s DSM-5 public review, by Kenneth Casanova, Board member and past President, Massachusetts CFIDS/ME & FM Association.
29 May 2011 Post #86: http://wp.me/pKrrB-19G
Final Call for Action by UK patient orgs – Second DSM-5 public comment period closes 15 June
2 June 2011 Post #87: http://wp.me/pKrrB-1a1
Action for M.E. publishes news item on DSM-5
Submissions for the 2010 public review are collated here: http://wp.me/PKrrB-AQ