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International Outcome Measures in Mental Health
Quality of Life, Needs, Service Satisfaction, Costs and Impact on Carers

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  • Date Published: January 2006
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781904671008

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  • How do we know if mental health services work? What are the best ways to measure the outcomes of care for people with mental health problems? This book contains five practical scales for assessing the outcomes of mental healthcare. They are the European versions of: Camberwell Assessment of Need (for unmet and met needs) Client Socio-demographic and Service Receipt Inventory (for service costs) Involvement Evaluation Questionnaire (for impact of care on family members) Lancashire Quality of Life Profile (for quality of life) Verona Service Satisfaction Scale (for service satisfaction). Each scale has been standardised (in Danish, Dutch, English, Italian and Spanish), and has been shown to be reliable and valid in all these European languages. The book contains full details of the development of these scales, manuals for their use, the scales themselves and instructions on how to use the results. These new measures will be invaluable to all those in research, evaluation, audit and management who have an interest in evidence-based policy and practice in mental healthcare.

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    • Date Published: January 2006
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781904671008
    • length: 180 pages
    • dimensions: 297 x 211 x 11 mm
    • weight: 0.56kg
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Acknowledgements
    List of contributors
    Part I. Development of Scales to Measure Mental Health Outcomes:
    1. The EPSILON Study: aims, outcome measures, study sites and patient sample
    2. Translation and cross-cultural adaptation of outcome measurements for schizophrenia
    3. Methodology of a multi-site reliability study
    Part II. Camberwell Assessment of Need - European Version:
    4. Introduction and manual for the CAN-EU
    5. Development and reliability for the CAN-EU
    6. Camberwell Assessment of Need - European Version
    Part III. Client Socio-demographic and Service Receipt Inventory - European Version:
    7. Development of the CSSRI-EU
    8. Introduction and manual for the CSSRI-EU
    9. Client socio-demographic and Service Receipt Inventory - European Version
    Part IV. Involvement Evaluation Questionnaire - European Version:
    10. Introduction and manual for the IEQ-EU
    11. Development and reliability of the IEQ-EU
    12. Involvement Evaluation Questionnaire - European Version
    Part V. Lancashire Quality of Life Profile - European Version:
    13. Introduction and manual for the LQoLP-EU
    14. Development and reliability of the LQoLP-EU
    15. Lancashire Quality of Life Profile - European Version
    Part VI. Verona Service Satisfaction Scale - European Version:
    16. Introduction and manual for VSSS-EU
    17. Development and reliability of the VSSS-EU
    18. Verona Service Satisfaction Scale - European Version
    Index.

  • Authors

    Graham Thornicroft

    Thomas Becker

    Martin Knapp

    Helle Charlotte Knudsen

    Aart Schene

    Michelle Tansella

    Jose Luis Vazquez-Barquero

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