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Validation of the French Versions of Two Brief,Clinician-friendly Outcome Monitoring Tools: The ORS and SRS.
preprintposted on 16.09.2019, 21:23 by Christophe Cazauvieilh, Kamel Gana, Scott D Miller, Bruno Quintard
French Validation of two brief Routine Outcome Monitoring (ROM) scales from the PCOMS system : the ORS (Outcome Rating Scale, Miller et al., 2005) designed to assess various dimensions of well-being and progression during care, and the SRS (Session Rating Scale 3.0; Miller et al., 2002) designed to assess dimensions of the therapeutic relationship. The research implied clinical and non clinical populations and brings estimates regarding factorial structure, validity, reliability, preliminary index and norms of the two scales in French.
Declaration of conflicts of interestDr Christophe Cazauvieilh uses PCOMS in his training activities. Dr Scott D Miller is a first author on the PCOMS scales.
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Lead author countryFrance
Lead author job roleHigher Education Researcher
Lead author institutionUniversity of Bordeaux
Ethics statementThis research complied with French and international ethical standards regarding data collection in human science and was declared to the French CNIL registry. Informed consent (written or electronically) was required from all participants (therapists and clients) before the data collection.
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