The C-SSRS for Research
The rater/clinician-administered versions of the Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale (C-SSRS) for research assess severity and intensity of suicidal ideation, types of suicidal behaviors, and lethality of suicide attempts at time points and over time periods that are typical for randomized control trials. To find out if your research qualifies for free use of the scale, please contact us.
This website also provides researcher-related information on:
The Project has a separate webpage with specific information about the use of the C-SSRS in research funded by pharmaceutical companies (including licensing requirements).
Configure Your Toolkit
It’s easy to assemble and download a toolkit of the C-SSRS versions and related documents you need to use the scale in your setting to assess suicidal ideation and behavior. Just make the selections below. For more information on and access to the computer-automated, patient-reported version of the scale, visit our eC-SSRS page.
Please note that as of April 13, 2017 the links to our electronic library have changed due to a security upgrade in the Dropbox account. If you research program has recently obtained permission to use the C-SSRS and was given access to our Dropbox electronic library prior to April 13, 2017, please contact us for an updated set of instructions.