10.60. Goal-Based Outcomes – 1 – Goal Record Sheet (GBO-GReS)

For recording goals of therapy. Part of the GBO family.

Minor change to the original: “patient/service user” replaces “child/young person”, since this is not specific to paediatric work. “Practitioner/clinician” also introduced as an option for the “who completed the form?” question.

10.61. Goal-Based Outcomes – 2 – Goal Progress Chart (GBO-GPC)

See GBO. For charting progress towards the goals.

Modified in CamCOPS because this is a visual chronological track of information contained in the Goal Rating Sheet that is added to for each session. CamCOPS captures information about a single session and can track information over time by comparing multiple instances.

10.62. Goal-Based Outcomes – 3 – Goal Rating Sheet (GBO-GRaS)

See GBO. For recording how close one is to the goals.

It’s a little bit difficult to see the difference between this and the GPC.

Task

Phrasing

Goal Progress Chart

“Today I would rate progress to this goal… zero means no progress has been made towards a goal… ten means a goal has been reached fully…”

Goal Rating Sheet

“How close are you to the goals you want to get to? zero means no progress has been made towards a goal… ten means a goal has been reached fully…”

The GPC tracks a single goal over time (and, therefore, asks about a single goal each time). The GRaS asks about three goals at a moment in time. The GRaS has slightly different of its question(s) and adds a centre anchor of “half way to reaching this goal”. Both are implemented; it’s up to a service which one it uses (or both).

10.62.1. Goals and Goal-Based Outcomes (GBO)

A collection of sub-tasks:

10.62.1.1. Sources

See

10.62.1.2. Intellectual property rights

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