Journal article

Routine outcome assessment and feedback for clinicians: A pilot in an early psychosis service

L Wong, M Harris, S Cotton, J Edwards

Journal of Mental Health | Published : 2006


Objectives: The potential benefits of routine outcome evaluation in mental health services are well documented, but there is a paucity of information regarding techniques for providing clinically relevant feedback to clinicians that can assist in client management. We piloted an outcome assessment system that provided clinically relevant, individual client information to clinicians and evaluated the extent to which the clinicians found the feedback reports useful and interpretable. Method: Measures of clinical and functional status were administered to clients, and feedback reports summarising outcome information in tabular and graphical format were provided to clinicians. Clinicians ( n = 1..

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