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Using CORE to research outcome measurement

By Chris Leach and Mike Lucock

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Chris Leach and Mike Lucock have been involved with CORE from its beginning. Jointly responsible for the\ud development of one of the first large databases of the use of CORE in routine clinical practice, they have\ud published a number of key papers looking at the relationship between CORE and other outcome measures,\ud and its use to track client progress during therapy

Topics: BF, RA
Publisher: CORE IMS
Year: 2007
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.hud.ac.uk:4655

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  1. (2006). A core approach to practice-based evidence: A brief history of the origins and applications doi
  2. (2004). A review of the evolution of research evidence and activity for NHS primary care counselling. doi
  3. A systematic approach to practice-based evidence in a psychological therapies service. doi
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  6. (2001). Counselling outcomes in primary health care: a CORE System data profile. doi
  7. (2006). Developing the resources and management support for routine evaluation in counselling and psychological therapy service provision: Reflections on a decade of CORE development. doi
  8. (2007). Distribution of CORE-OM scores in a general population, clinical cut-off points, and comparison with the CIS-R. doi
  9. (2006). Dose-effect relations and responsive regulation of treatment duration: The good enough level. doi
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  12. Effectiveness of cognitive-behavioural, person-centred, and psychodynamic therapies as practiced in National Health Service settings. doi
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  18. outcome measurement completion rates of the CORE-OM in primary care psychological therapies and counselling. doi
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  20. (2005). Predicting rate and shape of change for individual clients receiving psychological therapy: Using growth curve modeling and nearest neighbor technologies. doi
  21. (2005). Rationale and development of a general population well-being measure: Psychometric status of the GP-CORE in a student sample. doi
  22. (2006). Resourcing a CORE Network to develop a National Research Database to help enhance psychological therapy and counselling service provision. doi
  23. (2005). Rewiring efficacy studies of depression: An empirical test doi
  24. (2001). Service profiling and outcomes benchmarking using the CORE-OM: Towards practice-based evidence in the psychological therapies. doi
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  26. The CORE-OM in an older adult population: Psychometric status, acceptability, and feasibility. doi
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  28. (2005). The suitability and utility of the CORE-OM and CORE-A for assessing severity of presenting problems in primary and secondary care based psychological therapy services. doi
  29. (2002). Towards a standardised brief outcome measure: Psychometric properties and utility of the COREOM.
  30. (2006). Transforming between Beck Depression Inventory and CORE-OM scores in routine clinical practice. doi
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