We live in a crowded world but in our minds we can often feel lonely and forgotten.
GRiST and GRaCE are web-based applications that reconnect us within a caring and supportive network using advice from thousands of mental-health experts. The goal is to reduce risks such as suicide and violence, improve wellbeing, and help us live safely in the community. Download a pdf document for detailed information about GRiST or read about it on the web pages below.
Try the clinical version from the Try GRiST tab in the top menu and the self-assessment version from the myGRaCE tab.
GRiST is different because it:
- is based on a psychological model of how people think and reason;
- uses its psychological model to capture clinical risk assessment expertise;
- is easy to understand and use because it reflects our own psychological processes;
- links clinicians own expert knowledge to mathematical analysis of risk data;
- helps ground risk evaluations in the best available evidence.
All about GRiST (select the bullet points below for more details)
- Features of GRiST
- How will GRiST help me?
- Where is GRiST being used?
- GRiST research
- Engagement with GRiST and its evidence base
- Issues with risk prediction
- The GRiST database
- GRiST supports shared decision making