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WebStatistics in OutcomesMeasurement
Statistics for OutcomesMeasurement Web Month: Topic views: Topic saves: File uploads: Most popular topic views: Top contributors for topic save and ...
EatingSubScale in OutcomesMeasurement
The Eating Disorder sub scale is comprised of items inquiring about feelings and behaviors associated with a diagnosis of an eating disorder. Factor analysis of data ...
RcopeSubScale in OutcomesMeasurement
The Rcope (Religious Coping) sub scale is comprised of two items drawn from the Brief Religious Coping questionnaire (Brief Rcope) developed by Ken Pargament, Ph.D ...
PainSubScale in OutcomesMeasurement
The Pain sub scale is comprised of items inquiring about the frequency and/or intensity of pain. Pain items in general correlate with the GlobaleDistressScale, but ...
OutcomesMeasurement20 in OutcomesMeasurement
Outcomes Measurement 2.0 The outcomes measurement methods employed by the ACORN community rely on the use of sophisticated statistical methodologies to assure that ...
GlobalDistressScale in OutcomesMeasurement
Global Distress Scale The Global Distress Scale (GDS) is the total score on the outcome questionnaire, and is calculated as the mean of all non missing items (excluding ...
EffectSize in OutcomesMeasurement
Effect size The effect size statistic is a method of reporting the magnitude of improvement by converting raw score change to standardized change scores by dividing ...
WebPreferences in OutcomesMeasurement
OutcomesMeasurement Web Preferences The following settings are web preferences of the OutcomesMeasurement web. These preferences overwrite the site level preferences ...
PrimaryTopics in OutcomesMeasurement
Primary topics: * Measure What? Why? * Global Distress/Well being Factor * Absenteeism Presenteeism * Items or Questionnaires? * Outcomes Measurement ...
GlobalDistressFactor in OutcomesMeasurement
Global Distress (Well being) Factor It has become apparent over the last two decades that virtually all patient self report outcome measures commonly used in psychotherapy ...
OutcomesMeasurement in OutcomesMeasurement
Outcomes Measurement: Concepts Definitions This web presents the key concepts for measuring and managing treatment outcomes. The topics are intended to introduce ...
WhyNewLogin in OutcomesMeasurement
Why does the Toolkit require a its own registration and login page? With the rapid growth in the number of users, from a few hundred to several thousand, it became ...
WhatToMeasure in OutcomesMeasurement
What to measure The question of what to measure is relatively simple to answer once we understand why we are measuring. For example, if we are measuring to demonstrate ...
WebTopicList in OutcomesMeasurement
WebToolkitPrototype in OutcomesMeasurement
Web based toolkit prototype We are working on a clinician's desktop toolkit that can be accessed via a browser rather than relying on Excel. Here is a link to a prototype ...
WebSearch in OutcomesMeasurement
WebNotify in OutcomesMeasurement
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WebIndex in OutcomesMeasurement
WebChanges in OutcomesMeasurement
VisualAnalogScale in OutcomesMeasurement
Visual Analog Scale A visual analog scale ask the test taker to respond to an item by making a mark someone along a continuous line (hence the term analog). The item ...
ViewMyToolkit in OutcomesMeasurement
Clinician's Toolkit The Clinician's Toolkit allows you to view your outcome data on a secure server. You must be a registered user to access the Toolkit. Click to ...
ValueIndex in OutcomesMeasurement
Value Index The purpose of a value index is to convert the results of the value equation to a standardized measure of value. For example the value index can be defined ...
ValueEquation in OutcomesMeasurement
Value equation The use of a value equation is intended to help the purchaser of health care service make an informed decision regarding the value of the services. ...
TrajectoryOfChange in OutcomesMeasurement
Trajectory of change One of the most effective tools of outcomes informed care is the technique of monitoring the patient's change on the outcome questionnaires against ...
TopicType in OutcomesMeasurement
TopicTree in OutcomesMeasurement
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TopicForm in OutcomesMeasurement
TopicForm for the OutcomesMeasurement web Name:* *Type: Size: Values: Tooltip message: Attributes: TopicType select 1 Classify a topic by ...
TopicClassForm in OutcomesMeasurement
TopicClassForm for the OutcomesMeasurement web Name:* *Type: Size: Values: Tooltip message: Classification label 1 Classification group this ...
ToolkitUserRegistration in OutcomesMeasurement
Click here for the Toolkit New User Registration Page * Note: New Toolkit users most be associated with a sponsoring organization * Current sponsors include ...
TherapistEffects in OutcomesMeasurement
Therapist Effects Therapist (or clinician) effects refer to the phenomena that practitioners of healing practices (including psychotherapy) differ in their outcomes ...
TargetScore in OutcomesMeasurement
Target Score The Target Score is provided to assist in quality assurance initiatives to treat to a target. If the client's current score is at or below the Target ...
TargetFinalScore in OutcomesMeasurement
The Target Final Score is the predicted final score in the treatment. The Target Final Score is calculated using a General Linear Model which utilizes the intake ...
SymptomsSubScale in OutcomesMeasurement
The Symptoms sub scale is comprised of items inquiring about symptoms that are commonly reported with high frequency across multiple disorders, including mood, anxiety ...
SubstanceAbuseSubScale in OutcomesMeasurement
The Substance Abuse sub scale consists of 1 or more items that inquire about possible substance abuse problems and/or thoughts, feelings and behaviors related to recovery ...
SubjectArea in OutcomesMeasurement
Status in OutcomesMeasurement
Change Status The Status variable in the Clinician's Toolkit provides an indication of how the client's change on the Global Distress Scale (GDS) at each point in ...
SocialSubScale in OutcomesMeasurement
The Social sub scale consists of items inquiring about relationships with friends, family, peers or coworkers. Items on this scale also tend to correlate strongly ...
SimpleEffectSize in OutcomesMeasurement
Simple Effect Size The Toolkit graph labeled simple effect size display the results of calculating an effect size by simply dividing the raw score change by the standard ...
SignalScore in OutcomesMeasurement
Signal Score The Signal Score provides in indication of when a patient's most recent score on the outcome questionnaire indicates significantly less change than expected ...
SeverityAdjustedEffectSize in OutcomesMeasurement
Severity Adjusted Effect Size EffectSize is a standardized method for reporting the magnitude of pre post change. An effect size of 1 means the patient improved one ...
SelfHarmSubScale in OutcomesMeasurement
Self Harm Sub Scale The self harm sub scale consists of 1 or more items that inquire about thoughts of harm to self or suicide. Scores are color coded to indicate ...
ResidualizedGainScore in OutcomesMeasurement
Residualized gain (change) score The residualized gain score is the difference between the actual change score and the predicted change score using a GeneralLinearModel ...
ReliableChangeIndex in OutcomesMeasurement
Reliable Change Index Test scores will very from one administration to another due to imperfect reliability. In order to test if the change in scores is greater than ...
ReliabilityAndValidty in OutcomesMeasurement
Reliability and Validity Reliability and validity are inter related concepts central to the evaluation of any questionnaire used for measurement purposes. Simply put ...
RegressionToMean in OutcomesMeasurement
Regression to the mean Regression to the mean artifacts are present whenever repeated measures are employed. In simple English, regression to the mean refers to the ...
RationalResourceAllocation in OutcomesMeasurement
Rational allocation of finite resources Treatment resources are not infinite. Clinical and ethical considerations, therefore, demand that resources be allocated to ...
RandomWalkHypothesis in OutcomesMeasurement
Random Walk Hypothesis We often talk of a "trajectory of change" as if there is such a thing as "momentum" in patient progress. Patients who have shown improvement ...
ProjectedEffectSize in OutcomesMeasurement
Projected Effect Size The Projected Effect Size graph displayed in the Desktop Clinicians Support Toolkit provides a visual display of the probable effect size at ...
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