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The properties of self-report research measures: Beyond psychometrics
Self-report measures pertinent for personality disorder are widely used and many are available. Their relative merits are usually assessed on nomothetic psychometrics and acceptability to users is neglected. We report ...
Towards a standardised brief outcome measure: Psychometric properties and utility of the CORE-OM
Background: An acceptable, standardised outcome measure to assess efficacy and effectiveness is needed across multiple disciplines offering psychological therapies. Aims: To present psychometric data on reliability, validity ...
Group-analytic training conducted through a language interpreter: Is the experience therapeutic? Is it group-analytic?
Three of the authors ran an Introductory Course in Group Analysis in St Petersburg, using language interpreters in the small experiential groups. The members identified the most important event in the group at the end of ...
Assessment of guidelines for good practice in psychosocial care of mothers after stillbirth: A cohort study
Background: Most maternity units have good practice protocols, advising that after stillbirth parents should be encouraged to see and hold their dead infant. Our aim was to assess whether adherence to these protocols is ...
Families of homicide victims: Psychiatric responses and help-seeking
The number of homicides in the UK is increasing: 850 homicides were recorded in England and Wales last year, but little is known about their impact on surviving family members. This study describes their psychological and ...