9. Tasks in CamCOPS by category¶
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9.1. Affective (mood and anxiety) disorders¶
Center for Epidemiological Studies Depression Scale (CES-D, CESD)
Center for Epidemiological Studies Depression Scale, Revised (CESD-R)
Hamilton Depression Rating Scale (HDRS) / Hamilton Rating Scale for Depression (HRSD, HAM-D)
Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS) (respondent version)
PTSD Checklist for DSM-IV: specific stressor version (PCL-S)
Patient Health Questionnaire 8-item depression scale (PHQ-8)
9.2. Anonymous questionnaires¶
9.3. Catatonia and extrapyramidal side effects¶
9.4. Cognitive assessment¶
9.5. Clinical notes and logs¶
CPFT Liaison Psychiatry Service admin tool: referral (defunct)
CPFT Liaison Psychiatry Service admin tool: response clock (defunct)
CPFT Liaison Psychiatry Service admin tools: discharge (defunct)
9.6. Drug/alcohol abuse and addiction¶
Clinical Institute Withdrawal Assessment for Alcohol Scale, Revised (CIWA-Ar)
9.7. Eating disorders¶
9.8. Executive function¶
9.9. Global function and multiple aspects of psychopathology¶
Dementia Quality of Life measure, self-report version (DEMQOL)
Dementia Quality of Life measure, proxy version (DEMQOL-Proxy)
9.10. Personality and experience¶
9.11. Physical illness measurement¶
Positive and negative syndrome scale (PANSS) for schizophrenia
9.13. Service evaluation¶
Assessment Patient Experience Questionnaire for Psychological Therapies (APEQPT).
Assessment Patient Experience Questionnaire for CPFT Perinatal Services (APEQ-CPFT-Perinatal).
Perinatal Patient-rated Outcome and Experience Measure (POEM)
9.14. Research tasks¶
These are well known or fairly generic:
Diagnostic coding, ICD-9-CM codes (compatible with DSM-IV-TR)
Three-dimensional intradimensional/extradimensional set-shifting task (IDED-3D)
These are more experimental:
9.17. The FROM-LP framework¶
FROM-LP is the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ Framework for Routine Outcome Measurement in Liaison Psychiatry.
The FROM-LP generic measures are:
a measure of response time;
Identify and Rate the Aim of the Contact (IRAC) (Trigwell P, 2014a).
Patient Satisfaction Scale (PSS) (Persaud A et al. 2008).
Friends and Family Test (FFT) (Department of Health, 2012).
Referrer Satisfaction Scale (RSS) (Trigwell P, 2014b, after Persaud A et al. 2008). CamCOPS supports two versions of the RSS:
The FROM-LP condition-specific measures are:
Dementia: the ACE-R.
In CamCOPS, see the Addenbrooke’s Cognitive Examination, revision 3 (ACE-III) instead.
Depressive disorders: the Patient Health Questionnaire-9 (PHQ-9).
Postnatal depression: the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS).
Anxiety disorders: the Generalized Anxiety Disorder Assessment (GAD-7).
Psychosis: the Health of the Nation Outcome Scales: HoNOS.
Alcohol: the AUDIT Alcohol Consumption Questions (AUDIT-C).
Eating disorders: Body mass index (BMI).
Medically unexplained symptoms: the EQ-5D-5L.
9.17.1. History and guide¶
Faculty of Liaison Psychiatry, Royal College of Psychiatrists (2015). Framework for Routine Outcome Measurement in Liaison Psychiatry (FROM-LP). Faculty report FR/LP/02. http://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/pdf/FRLP02.pdf.
The Trigwell references from the FROM-LP report are listed there as personal communications.
For Guy (1976), see CGI.
Persaud A et al. (2008). Mental Health Outcomes Compendium. National Institute for Mental Health in England. http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/20130107105354/http:/www.dh.gov.uk/prod_consum_dh/groups/dh_digitalassets/documents/digitalasset/dh_093677.pdf
Department of Health (2012). The NHS Friends and Family Test Implementation Guidance. Department of Health. [2015 edition at http://www.england.nhs.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/fft-guidance-march-2015.pdf.]
FROM-LP report (2015), as above, and some original sources.
9.17.3. Intellectual property rights¶
2015 faculty report © The Royal College of Psychiatrists.
“… the actual FROM-LP framework. The scales named in the latter” [the FROM-LP framework] “are all fine to use from a copyright perspective.” Peter Trigwell, clinical lead for FROM-LP, to Rudolf Cardinal 2015-06-01.
9.18. The FROM-Perinatal framework¶
FROM-Perinatal is the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ Framework for Routine Outcome Measures in Perinatal Psychiatry.
The FROM-Perinatal measures (not all implemented in CamCOPS) are:
Common mental health disorders
Health of the Nation Outcome Scales, Children and Adolescent Mental Health (HoNOSCA); CROM
Recovering Quality of Life (ReQoL); PROM
Clinical Outcomes in Routine Evaluation Outcome Measure (CORE-OM); PROM
Camberwell Assessment of Need for Mothers (CAN-M); CROM/PROM
Bethlem Mother–Infant Interaction Scale (BMIS); CROM
Mothers’ Object Relations Scale (MORS-SF); PROM
Parent–Infant Interaction Observation Scale (PIIOS); CROM
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) scale; CROM
Alarm Distress BaBy scale (ADBB); CROM
Patient experience measures
Perinatal Patient-rated Outcome and Experience Measure (POEM); PREM/PROM
Perinatal VOICE (Views On Inpatient CarE) Questionnaire; PREM/PROM
Young Mania Rating Scale (YMRS); CROM
Difficulties in Emotional Regulation Scale (DERS and DERS-SF); PROM
Health Anxiety Inventory (short version: SHAI); PROM
Agoraphobia–Mobility Inventory (MI); PROM
[PREM, patient-rated experience measure; PROM, patient-rated outcome measure; CROM, clinician-rated outcome measure.]
9.18.1. History and guide¶
Royal College of Psychiatrists (2018). FROM-Perinatal: Framework for Routine Outcome Measures in Perinatal Psychiatry. College Report CR216. https://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/docs/default-source/improving-care/better-mh-policy/college-reports/college-report-cr216.pdf