Outcome Measures Index

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Outcome Measure Items (Number & Type) Sample Item
Abbreviated Life Skills Profile (LSP-16)
Agreement with Recovery Attitudes Scale 22 items
5-point
Likert scale
No information available.
Australian Therapy Outcome Measure for Occupational Therapy 12 items
5-point scale
Community Living Skills Scale CLSS has 33-item binary (yes/no) scale Tested with 50 consumers of a psychosocial rehabilitation program.
Crisis Hostel Healing Scale 40 items
4-point
Likert scale
Tested with 110 persons in the Rochester area who were attending one of five psychosocial clubs or day treatment centers. Used in Crisis Hostel Project with experimental and control groups. Interviews conducted at baseline, 6 month, and 12 month intervals.
Extra-organizational Empowerment Scales 2 items
Likert scales
Tested with 310 longterm consumers of four SHAs in the San Francisco Bay Area. 241 follow-up interviews were conducted.
Focus of Care
Health of the Nation Outcome Scales (HoNOS)
Health of the Nation Outcome Scales 65+ Glossary (HoNOS)
Herth Hope Index 12 items
4-point
Likert scale
Sampled with 20 physically ill adults from a small community hospital in northern Illinois.
Hope Scale 12 items
4-point
Likert scale
Administered to six samples of University of Kansas introductory psychology students and two samples (1 outpatient, 1 inpatient) of people in mental health treatment.
Leadership Education and  Training Assessment. (includes the Community Living Skills Scale, Making Decisions Empowerment Scale, McDermott’s Self-Efficacy Scale, Recovery Attitudes Questionnaire, COMPASS-IT, Quality of Life Inventory) Approx. 250
questions
including all
scales used
62 consumers in Lucas County, Ohio participated in the Consumer Leadership
and Training program across four training groups.
Making Decisions Empowerment Scale 28 items
4-point
Likert scale
Tested with 271 members of six self-help programs in six states. Additional validation was sought with a sample of 56 inpatients and 200 college
students.
Mental Health Confidence Scale 16 items
6-point
Likert scale
554 participants were sampled from outpatient mental health services and MH
self-help groups.
Mental Health Recovery Measure 36 items
(original ver.); 41items
(revised ver.) 5-point
Likert scale
MHRM items based on grounded theory analysis of 18 consumer interviews about their recovery experiences. MHRM subsequently used as outcome measure for recoverybased treatment program (N=24).
Organizational Empowerment Scales 17 + items
Various
response
formats
Tested with 310 longterm consumers of four SHAs in the San Francisco Bay Area. 241 follow-up interviews were conducted.
Personal Empowerment Scales 22 items
Likert scales
Tested with 310 longterm consumers of four SHAs in the San Francisco Bay Area. 241 follow-up interviews were conducted.
Personal Vision of Recovery Questionnaire 24 items
5-point
Likert scale
Normative data available from a sample of 251 mental health consumers in  amilton County, Ohio.
Recovery Assessment Scale 41 items
5-point
Likert scale
Tested with 35 consumers in the University of Chicago partial hospitalization program.
Recovery Attitudes Questionnaire (RAQ-16) 16 items
5-point
Likert scale
Piloted with 825 consumers, family members of consumers, mental health
professionals, and students.
Recovery Attitudes Questionnaire (RAQ-7) 7 items
5-point
Likert scale
Piloted with 825 consumers, family members of consumers, mental health
professionals, and students.
Recovery Interview 31
qualitative
items
No information available.
Recovery Process Inventory (RPI)
Rochester Recovery Inquiry 32
qualitative
items
No information available.
Self-identified stage of recovery (SISR)
Short Interview to Assess Stages of Recovery (SIST-R)
Staff Relationships Scale 21 items
7-point
Likert scale
Tested 45 items with 130 residents/focus groups at 3 sites in New York and
Massachusetts. Tested 21 items with 26 residents in Massachusetts site.
Stages of Recovery Instrument (STORI)
The Behavioural and Symptom Identification Scale (BASIS-32)
The Kessler–10 (K-10)
The Mental Health Inventory (MHI-38)
The Resource Utilisation Groups – Activities of Daily Living Scale
(RUG-ADL)
UCLA Loneliness Scale, Version 3 20 items
4-point
Likert scale
Tested with 239 young adults recruited at UCLA as part of a larger investigation of loneliness.
The Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Well-being Scale (WEMWBS)
Well-Being Scale 151 closedended questions for consumers,
76 questions for family
members, and 77 questions for providers
Used with 331 consumers in CA, 53 family members, and 150 professionals and caregivers. Compared consumer responses to family, providers and general population responses.

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