Using Clinical Trials to Benchmark Effects Produced in Clinical Practice

@article{Minami2006UsingCT,
  title={Using Clinical Trials to Benchmark Effects Produced in Clinical Practice},
  author={Takuya Minami and Ronald C. Serlin and Bruce E. Wampold and John C. Kircher and G. S. Brown},
  journal={Quality and Quantity},
  year={2006},
  volume={42},
  pages={513-525}
}
This paper proposes an intuitive yet statistical advancement of the benchmarking method (e.g., Weersing and Weisz, 2002, Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 70: 299–310) that could facilitate the assessment of pre-post treatment effectiveness of psychotherapy and other interventions delivered in clinical settings against efficacy observed in clinical trials. Primary development was in the use of the “good-enough principle” (Serlin and Lapsley, 1985 American Psychologist 40: 73–13… CONTINUE READING

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