Patient-reported outcome measures v. clinician-measured outcomes in community psychiatric practice

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Authors: Kodagalli, A., Mynors-Wallis, L., Cope, D., Ogallah, R. and Immins, T.

Journal: Psychiatric Bulletin

Issue: 36

Pages: 61-64

eISSN: 2053-4876

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Authors: Kodagalli, A., Mynors-Wallis, L., Cope, D., Ogollah, R. and Immins, T.

Journal: Psychiatrist

Volume: 36

Issue: 2

Pages: 61-64

eISSN: 1758-3217

ISSN: 1758-3209

DOI: 10.1192/pb.bp.110.032029

Aims and method: We examine the feasibility of the routine use of three patient-reported and one clinician-rated outcome measures (patient-identified problem, EuroQol-5D questionnaire, EuroQol Visual Analogue Scale and Health of the Nation Outcome Scales (HoNOS)) in an out-patient community psychiatric service, and discuss the associations between these variables. Results: The routine collection of outcome measures was feasible in the out-patient setting. There was a general improvement in the health status from the initial assessment to the first follow-up. Subsequent scores remained stable. Clinical implications: The study encourages the practical use of scales in routine community psychiatric practice. As there was correlation between HoNOS and EQ-5D index, both need not be used in routine practice.

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