Assignment: Outcome Measurement Tools

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Assignment: Outcome Measurement Tools

Assignment: Outcome Measurement Tools

Assignment: Outcome Measurement Tools

Week 9 assignment 2 Evidence Based Project Proposal For your Dropbox assignment, you will write another part of your Methods section (Part 4) that you began in Week 7. In a paragraph or two in APA format include the following: Identify your stakeholders by job title and how their participation was key to the project. Briefly discuss potential barriers to project implementation that stakeholders may present. Include strategies to prevent or address these barriers. After receiving feedback from faculty, incorporate this paragraph into the Methods section of your paper after the “Procedures/intervention” section and before the “Instruments/scales and measurement of outcomes” section.

Materials available for featured instruments often include contact information, background information, scale syllabi, administration and scoring guidelines, training and testing materials, information on scale properties, references, scale forums, and frequently asked questions. Rating forms for nonproprietary instruments are usually available for download. In cases of proprietary instruments, you will find background and contact information.

A 14-item instrument used to provide a measure of involvement in a range of activities representing advocacy for people with acquired brain injury.

A 14-item instrument used for serial assessment of agitation by clinician raters.

An 18-item instrument used for evaluation of apathy. Can be self-rated or rated by a clinician or significant other.

An 18-item measure of self-awareness. Can be self-rated or rated by a clinician or significant other.

A 10-item measure used for serial measurement of cognition by clinician raters.

An 11-item instrument used by clinicians to assess low-level brain-injured patients.

A 23-item instrument used to assist with differential diagnosis, prognostic assessment, and treatment planning with patients with disorders of consciousness.

A 58-item instrument used by clinicians to measure confusion.

A scale developed to identify postural instability and evaluate change following intervention in the higher functioning ambulatory individual with TBI.

A 15-item instrument used to measre community integration. Can be self-rated or rated by a clinician or significant other.

A 32-item instrument used to measure participation. Can be self-rated or rated by or significant other.

A 19-item instrument used to measure participation (a shorter version of the CHART). Can be self-rated or rated by or significant other.

A 25-item instrument used to measure environmental factors and the impact of environmental factors. Self-rated.

An 8-item instrument used by clinicians to measure disability.

A report on research having to do with employment following brain injury, and how to measure employment.

A 40-item instrument used to measure family needs as rated by a significant other.Proprietary.

A 12-item adjunct or addition to the FIM(TM) adding more brain injury/stroke related items. Rated by clinicians.

(TM)
An 18-item instrument used by clinicians to measure disability. Proprietary.

A 1-item instrument used by clinicians to measure disability.

A 1-item instrument used by clinicians to measure disability. An extension of the GOS that has 8 categories rather than 5.

A 13-item measure used to quantify high-level mobility outcomes following traumatic brain injury (TBI).

The ILS assesses three main areas: activities of daily living (ADL’s), behavior and initiation.

A 1-item instrument used by clinicians to assess cognitive functioning. Commonly referred to as the Rancho Scale.

A 35-item instrument that measures problems after brain injury. Can be self-rated or rated by a clinician or significant other.

A 46-item instrument used by clinicians to measure communication and language skills.

A 22-item observational instrument to measure attention related behavior..

A 76-item instrument used to measure symptoms and behaviors after brain injury. Proprietary.

A 10-item measure used by clinicians to serially assess orientation.

Measures 9 categories of challenging behavior. Scoring includes severity, frequency, and impact.

A 30-item measure of self-awareness. Can be self-rated or rated by a clinician or significant other.

A 17-item objective measure of participation, representing functioning at the societal level. Developed by the NIDRR-sponsored Traumatic Brain Injury Model Systems.

This instrument asks questions regarding 26 activities or elements of participation. Objective questions relate to the frequency of an activity, subjective questions relate to the importance of an activity and the satisfaction with their current participation in an activity.

A 9-item instrument used to measure self-efficacy.

A 5-item instrument used to measure life satisfaction. Self-rated.

A report on research involving substance use and traumatic brain injury, and how to measure substance use.

A 6-item instrument that measures perceptions regarding brain-injury related services. Can be self-rated or rated by a significant other.

A 1-item instrument used by clinicians to measure amount of received supervision.

 

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