Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire Added Value Scores: evaluating effectiveness in child mental health interventions.

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BACKGROUND Routine outcome monitoring may improve clinical services but remains controversial, partly because the absence of a control group makes interpretation difficult. AIMS To test a computer algorithm designed to allow practitioners to compare their outcomes with epidemiological data from a population sample against data from a randomised controlled… (More)
DOI: 10.1192/bjp.bp.108.052373

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@article{Ford2009StrengthsAD, title={Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire Added Value Scores: evaluating effectiveness in child mental health interventions.}, author={Tamsin J. Ford and Judy Hutchings and Tracey J Bywater and Anna Goodman and Robert Goodman}, journal={The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science}, year={2009}, volume={194 6}, pages={552-8} }