Computer Assessment of Simulated Patient Interviews (CASPI): psychometric properties of a web-based system for the assessment of motivational interviewing skills.

@article{Baer2012ComputerAO,
  title={Computer Assessment of Simulated Patient Interviews (CASPI): psychometric properties of a web-based system for the assessment of motivational interviewing skills.},
  author={John Baer and Kelly M. Carpenter and Blair Beadnell and Susan A. Stoner and Michelle Hansten Ingalsbe and Bryan Hartzler and David B Rosengren and Zach Drager},
  journal={Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs},
  year={2012},
  volume={73 1},
  pages={154-64}
}
OBJECTIVE Benefits of empirically supported interventions hinge on clinician skill, particularly for motivational interviewing (MI). Existing MI skill assessments are limited with respect to validity (e.g., self-report) and practicality (e.g., coding session tapes). To address these limitations, we developed and evaluated two versions of a web-based assessment of MI skills, the Computer Assessment of Simulated Patient Interviews (CASPI). METHOD Ninety-six counselors from the community and 24… CONTINUE READING

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