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Assessment implications of "What Works" research for dangerous and severe personality disorder (DSPD) service evaluation
A policy initiative intended to address the risk posed by individuals considered dangerous and severely personality disordered has seen the introduction of specialized services for high-risk offenders in secure settings ...
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 ...
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 ...
Dose-effect relations and responsive regulation of treatment duration: The good enough level
This study examined rates of improvement in psychotherapy as a function of the number of sessions attended. The clients (N=1,868; 73.1% female; 92.4% White; average age=40), who were seen for a variety of problems in routine ...
Česká adaptace dotazníku CORE-OM: Vybrané psychometrické charakteristiky [Czech adaptation of the CORE-OM: Selected psychometric properties]
Objectives: The aim of the study was to adapt the CORE-OM measure to the Czech context and evaluate its psychometric properties. Sample and setting: CORE-OM, RSES, and SCL-90 were administered to 375 patients from four ...