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Outcome measurement in forensic mental health research: an evaluation

Abstract:

Measuring change resulting from healthcare interventions is critical to evaluating their usefulness. The choice of outcome measure is an important part of such evaluations and is driven by assumptions about what is likely to change and how best to capture this. Despite its importance, forensic mental health has paid little attention to determining which are the best measures of outcome. This study used a panel of relevant professionals to (i) assess the relative importance of different areas ...

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10.1080/10683160903203938

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Chambers, JC More by this author
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Journal:
PSYCHOLOGY CRIME and LAW
Volume:
17
Issue:
3
Pages:
277-292
Publication date:
2011
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EISSN:
1477-2744
ISSN:
1068-316X
URN:
uuid:db4d1282-52d2-4daf-9270-d2a9329df560
Source identifiers:
133379
Local pid:
pubs:133379

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