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Table 2 Factor loadings in exploratory factor analysis (EFA) and confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) for the Intensive Case Management Screening Sheet (ICMSS) (n = 715)

From: Development and evaluation of Intensive Case Management Screening Sheet in the Japanese population

2. He/she has had serious problems with performing tasks necessary for community life independently, such as management of nutrition, sanitation, money, safety, human relations or document, and movement (including cases with overburdened families) 0.87 0.87
6. He/she has committed violence against, insulted, or refused a relationship with his/her family members 0.80 0.67
10. His/her knowledge or understanding about his/her illness is insufficient, or he/she has poor understanding of his/her treatment 0.80 0.80
7. He/she has experienced an intervention by police or public health officials 0.78 0.74
3. He/she has committed violence against non-family members, property damage, and behaved in an annoying manner or had trouble with neighbors 0.77 0.79
12. He/she has had financial problems such as with purchasing of daily necessities and payment for utilities or medical expenses 0.76 0.88
4. He/she has the experience of being missing, losing a residence, being threatened with eviction, or becoming homeless 0.72 0.90
8. He/she could not take medicine regularly for more than 2 months. (Choose “No” if it is the first time that he/she has used psychiatric services) 0.72 0.79
1. He/she has had a serious problem in performing social roles (employment, school attendance, domestic labor) for 6 months continuously 0.71 0.71
13. He/she has had financial problems with paying rent 0.67 0.97
5. He/she has attempted self-harm or suicide 0.5 0.51
9. He/she has not visited the outpatient clinic for more than 2 months. (Choose “No” if it is the first time that he/she has used psychiatric services) 0.49 0.59
14. He/she has no family members to support him/her (for example, refusal or non-cooperation from family or no relatives and solitude) 0.47 0.48
15. Family members living together have difficult problems (such as nursing care, poverty, education, disability) that require assistance 0.36 0.16
11. The latest hospitalization was an involuntary admission 0.22 NA
  1. NA not available