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Social problem-solving plus psychoeducation for adults with personality disorder: Pragmatic randomised controlled trial
Background: Social problem-solving therapy may be relevant in the treatment of personality disorder, although assessments of its effectiveness are uncommon.; Aims: To determine the effectiveness of a problem-solving ...
Clinical Outcomes in Routine Evaluation (CORE) - The CORE measures and system: Measuring, monitoring and managing quality evaluation in the psychological therapies
The CORE (Clinical Outcomes in Routine Evaluation) measures make up a battery of client-completed outcome measures derived from a 34-item parent measure—the CORE-OM—which taps the domains of subjective well-being, problems, ...
What factors are associated with improvement after brief psychological interventions in primary care? Issues arising from using routine outcome measurement to inform clinical practice
Study purpose: This descriptive study used a routine practice dataset to investigate whether demographic variables and intervention length were associated with outcome after brief psychological interventions in primary ...
CORE: Clinical Outcomes in Routine Evaluation
Can different therapists, motivated by different theories and working in different settings, find a single measure - a 'core' - for monitoring their work? This paper introduces the Clinical Outcomes in Routine Evaluation ...
In their own words: A narrative-based classification of clients' problems on an idiographic outcome measure for talking therapy in primary care
The perspective of users has become a crucial component of healthcare planning, delivery and evaluation but, within mental healthcare, clients' views of their problem, in their own words, rarely form the basis for measuring ...
Measuring mental health outcomes in primary care: The psychometric properties of a new patient-generated outcome measure, 'PSYCHLOPS' ('psychological outcome profiles')
Background: Patient-generated outcome measures are rarely used in evaluating talking therapies in primary care but in other contexts they show high sensitivity to change. We have devised a novel patient-generated measure ...
Service profiling and outcomes benchmarking using the CORE-OM: Toward practice-based evidence in the psychological therapies
To complement the evidence-based practice paradigm, the authors argued for a core outcome measure to provide practice-based evidence for the psychological therapies. Utility requires instruments that are acceptable ...
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 ...
The question of what constitutes a complex case is politically crucial in this era of Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT), writes Chris Evans.