Independent study on reliability and validity of GAI

In an article published 22 February 2018 in “Aging & Mental Health” an independent study by academics from Monash University and Australian Catholic University concludes that “the GAI was the most consistently reliable and valid measure for screening for GAD” out of the three commonly used measures they evaluated to determine an appropriate anxiety screening tool 

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Updated list of GAI references

We have updated the list of publications which reference the GAI (from earliest to most recent):   Pachana, N. A., Byrne, G. J., Siddle, H., Koloski, N., Harley, E., & Arnold, E. (2007). Development and validation of the Geriatric Anxiety Inventory. International Psychogeriatrics, 19(1), 103-114. doi:https://doi.org/10.1017/S1041610206003504   Cheung, G. (2007). Concurrent validity of the Geriatric 

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Screening for anxiety among the older Chinese-Australian community

Our global collaborations with clinicians and researchers are enabling hundreds (thousands?) of clinicians to apply the Geriatric Anxiety Inventory to a range of cultural and clinical contexts. So far, the GAI has been translated into over 29 language and cultural contexts, in turn assisting so very many older people receive more accurate and appropriate screening, 

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