Dispelling Myths about Routine Outcomes Monitoring Implementation in Psychotherapy: Real World Examples of Challenges Overcome
Join us for a webinar on Mar 11, 2015 at 10:00 AM EDT.
This webinar is co-sponsored by the Society for Psychotherapy Research, the Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy (Division 29 of the American Psychological Association), and the Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration.
A panel of experts from around the world will discuss challenges and solutions to building systems for routine collection of self-report data from patients, and clinical feedback systems for providers.
The panel, moderated by John Mellor-Clark and Samuel Nordberg, will cover three broad areas of implementation challenge:
- Clinical resistance (e.g. clients won't like it, transference, getting in the way of the alliance, lacking clinical value as a process etc).
- Logistical resistance (e.g. time, measurement choice, cost of systems, access to training, etc,)
- Insecurity (e.g. misuse of data, misinterpretation of data, confidence in the reliability of data, concerns of poor data quality, etc.)
The panel consists of:
Ben Locke - Penn State University, US
Bill Andrews - Pragmatic Tracker, UK
Kim de Jong - Leiden University, Netherlands
David Ross - Veteran's Association, Canada
Tommy Skjulsvik - Västra Götalandsregionen, Sweden
Audun Røren - Solli Distriktspsykiatriske Senter, Norway
Carrie Montgomery - Contact, N.Ireland
Fiona McMahon - NHS, Greater Glasgow and Clyde, UK
Kim Juhi Kjaergaard, TUBA, Denmark
One hour will be devoted to a structured discussion, with the remaining half-hour reserved for questions from the audience.
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