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Rating Scales

  • Health of the Nation Outcome Scales - The site contains details of the versions for different mental health service user groups: HoNOS for services for working age adults; HoNOS65+ for services for older adults; HoNOSCA for services for children and adolescents; HoNOS-LD for services for people with learning disabilities; HoNOS-MDO for services for mentally disordered offenders; and HoNOS-ABI for services for people with acquired brain injury.

  • KennedyMD Consulting - KennedyMD Consulting provides materials related to treatment planning, including books, blank forms, and questionnaires (Kennedy Axis V and Kennedy Nurses Observation Scale for Inpatient Evaluation). These materials can be very useful when developing Master Treatment Plans, Nursing Care Plans, and/or integrating Nursing Care Plans into Master Treatment Plans. The questionnaires can help organize plans and track outcome of treatment. The Kennedy Axis V is being translated into Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Slovak and Spanish.

  • Rating Scales, Queendom - Queendom offers the largest online battery of professionally developed and validated psychological assessments. A pioneer and leader in online testing, Queendom has served more than 250 million tests in nine different languages.

  • Rating Scales, Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale (Japanese)

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