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Evidence-Based Treatments (EBT)

This is a compilation of unedited messages from the OUTCMTEN list that were received between January 12, 2002 and January 22, 2002. This discussion focused on the use of EBTs in clinical practice. … Read More

Date: 01/2002

Author(s): Evaluation Center@HSRI

Outcome Measures for Children and Adolescents

This is a compilation of unedited messages from the OUTCMTEN list that were received between October 23, 2001 and November 13, 2001. This discussion focused on outcome measures for children and adolescents in the child welfare system. Some of the measures discussed are the Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL), Child and Adolescent Functional Assessment Scale (CAFAS) and the Ohio Youth Scales. … Read More

Date: 11/2001

Author(s): Evaluation Center@HSRI

The Need for Fundamental Change

This is a compilation of unedited messages from the OUTCMTEN list that were received between April 24, 2001 and April 26, 2001. This discussion focused on suggestions made in the Institute of Medicine’s “Crossing the Quality Chasm: A New Health System for the 21st Century.” … Read More

Date: 04/2001

Author(s): Evaluation Center@HSRI

Written Treatment Plans and Mental Health Outcomes

This is a compilation of unedited messages from the OUTCMTEN list that were received between March 21, 2000 and March 31, 2000. This discussion focused on “studies which examine the effects of a written treatment plan on outcome in mental health clinics.” … Read More

Date: 03/2000

Author(s): The Evaluation Center @ HSRI

Dealing with Therapist

This is a compilation of unedited messages from the OUTCMTEN list that were received between September 2, 1999 and September 16, 1999. This discussion focused on how to overcome therapist resistance to outcome measurement. The original author asked if therapists might be less resistant if outcome measures were a) truly useful to therapists in treating individual patients and b) actually helped improve their outcomes. … Read More

Date: 09/1999

Author(s): The Evaluation Center@HSRI.

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