ICD-11 is the updated version of the International Classification of Diseases, developed by the World Health Organisation (WHO), and implemented for the use by mental health clinicians in Scotland on 1 November 2022.
Chapter 6 of the ICD-11 contains the Clinical Descriptions and Diagnostic Requirements (CDDR) of all Mental, Behavioural and Neurodevelopmental Disorders (MBND).
Scotland hopes the implementation of ICD-11 is an opportunity to improve both mental health data and the diagnostic experience for people who provide and use services. Its introduction is relevant to all mental health service providers and users.
The videos introduces the resources and conventions around coding conditions using ICD-11, and a short demonstration on how to code using the ICD-11 browser or the coding tool.
This video explains where to find different resources on ICD-11, how to use the ICD-11 browser to find the clinical descriptions and diagnostic requirements, and how to search for conditions.
A summary of changes to ICD-11 relative to ICD-10, a description of how conditions are described, as well as changes in the structure or grouping of mental disorders, and a systematic comparison of the groups of mental disorders to point out...
An animation has been developed to provide information for patients, families and carers on what ICD-11 is and what it means. You may find it helpful to view this animation or to signpost patients to this.
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