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Outcome-Informed Evidence-Based Practice

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ISBN-10: 0205816282

ISBN-13: 9780205816286

Edition: 2012 (Guide (Instructor's))

Authors: Terri Combs-Orme, John Orme

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List price: $52.49
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Pearson Education, Limited
Publication date: 9/21/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 320
Size: 7.40" wide x 9.10" long x 0.85" tall
Weight: 1.342
Language: English

In This Section
Brief
Comprehensive
Brief Table of Contents
Foundations of Outcome-Informed Practice
Outcome-Informed Practice in Practice: Two Case Examples
Introduction to Outcome-Informed Practice
Why Evaluate Your Evidence-Based Practice?
Assessment: the Early Stages of Outcome-Informed Practice
Monitoring and Interpreting Client Progress
Charting Your Client's Progress
Visually Interpreting Your Client's Progress
Single-Case Designs
Practical Methods for Measuring Client Progress
Foundations of Evidence-Based Outcome Measurement
Standardized Scales
Individualized Rating Scales
Behavioral Observation
Self-Monitoring
Summing Up
Comprehensive Table of Contents
Preface and Acknowledgements
Foundations of Outcome-Informed Practice
Outcome-Informed Practice in Practice: Two Case Examples
Case 1: A Foster Child's Provocative Behavior
Case 2: A Depressed University Student
Conclusions
Chapter Review
Introduction to Outcome-Informed Practice
Basic Concepts of Outcome-Informed Practice
Summing Up
Intervention Research and Outcome-Informed Practice
Single-Case Designs
Conclusions
Chapter Review
Why Evaluate Your Evidence-Based Practice?
Why: to Obtain the Best Client Outcomes
Why: to Avoid Natural Biases
Why: to Improve Clinical Decision-Making
Why: to Prevent Client Deterioration
Why: to Bridge the Gaps In Evidence-Based Practice
Why: to Improve Your Relationships With Your Clients
Why: to Enhance Your Development As a Practitioner
Why: to Be Accountable
Why: Last, But Not Least: to Meet Your Ethical Obligations
Conclusions
Chapter Review
Assessment: the Early Stages of Outcome-Informed Practice
Outcome-Informed Practice, the Scientific Method and Critical Thinking
Case Conceptualization
Diagnosis: A Limited but Often Necessary Tool
Conclusions
Chapter Review
Monitoring and Interpreting Client Progress
Charting Your Client's Progress
Constructing Good Single-Case-Design Line Graphs
Graphing Multiple Data Series
Using Computers to Construct Single-Case Design Line Graphs
Conclusions
Chapter Review
Visually Interpreting Your Client's Progress
Identifying Change and Making Decisions
Visual Analysis of Graphed Data
Within Phase Patterns
Limitations of Visual Analysis
Conclusions
Chapter Review
Single-Case Designs
Did Your Client Change?
Did Your Intervention Cause Client Change?
Multiple Baseline Designs
Variations on a Theme
Follow-Up
Conclusions
Chapter Review
Practical Methods for Measuring Client Progress
Foundations of Evidence-Based Outcome Measurement
Measurement
Measurement Error
Correlation
Reliability
Validity
Relationship between Reliability and Validity
Client Characteristics
Decide Who, Where, When, and How Often to Collect Data
Engage and Prepare Clients
Is the Measure Practical and Does it Contribute to Favorable Outcomes?
Conclusions
Chapter Review
Standardized Scales
Overview of Standardized Scales
Examples of Standardized Scales
Evaluating and Selecting Standardized Scales
Decide Who, Where, When, and How Often to Collect Data
Engage and Prepare the Client
Scoring and Interpreting Standardized Scale Scores
Using Standardized Scales to Determine Clinically Significant Improvement
Using Standardized Scales to Evaluate Expected Treatment Response
Single-Item Global Standardized Scales
Special Considerations of Culture and Ethnicity
Using Standardized Scales in Groups
Computer Management of Standardized Scales
Advantages and Precautions in Using Standardized Scales
Conclusions
Chapter Review
Individualized Rating Scales
Constructing Individualized Rating Scales
Decide Who, Where, When, and How Often to Collect Data
Engaging and Preparing the Client
Advantages and Precautions in Using Individualized Rating Scales
Conclusions
Chapter Review
Behavioral Observation
Purposes
Deciding What Dimensions of Behavior to Measure
Deciding Whether to Collect Contextual Information
Deciding When and Where to Observe Behavior
Time Samples
Situation Samples
Analogue Situations
Using Practical Instruments for Recording Observations
Ensuring and Verifying the Accuracy of Observations
Setting Goals and Objectives
Advantages and Precautions in using Behavioral Observation
Conclusions
Chapter Review
Self-Monitoring
Purpose
Deciding What to Measure
Deciding When and Where to Measure
Selecting Instruments for Self-Monitoring
Engaging and Preparing the Client
Ensuring and Verifying the Accuracy of Self-Monitoring
Setting Goals and Objectives
Advantages and Precautions in Using Self-Monitoring
Conclusions
Chapter Review
Summing Up
Measure
Monitor
Modify If Needed
Glossary
Selected Standardized Scales
Online and Published Resources for Standardized Scales
References
Author Index
Subject Index