Introduces questionnaire-based outcome and feedback measures in children and young people's mental health and wellbeing. By the end of the course participants will understand the rationale for using these kind of outcome measure and will feel informed and confident in choosing and using measures and interpreting the response data.
Including modules on:
- What is an outcome/ feedback measure and why use them?
- Introducing and using outcome measures (principles of informed consent and shared decision making)
- Analysing and interpreting measure data (individual-level responses and aggregate data)
- Practical exercises: choosing outcome measures; introducing and interpreting measures
Who is this course suitable for?
The course is suitable for professionals working with children and young people who are thinking of using outcome measures and for other professionals, such as managers and commissioners, who want to support the use of outcome measures within clinical and non-clinical settings.
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Regional Improvement Support Officer
Alison is the CORC Regional Improvement Support Officer covering the North West. As a CAMHS nurse, Alison previously worked in statutory NHS services, young people’s substance misuse services, and most recently in developing and managing voluntary sector children and young people’s services. Her favourite part of the CORC role is supporting services to improve their delivery to children, young people and families.
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