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Table 1 ROM design for child semi-residential psychiatry

From: The use of routine outcome monitoring in child semi-residential psychiatry: predicting parents’ completion rates

  ROM instrument Involved informants Duration in minutes Time of assessment
Child outcomes:     
Strengths and difficulties SDQ/Parents Fathers/ Mothers 10 Before intake, at 3 month intervals, at follow up
  SDQ/Teacher Before intake: teacher; at three month intervals: Group Worker 10  
General functioning HoNOSca Case Manager 5 After the intake, with three month intervals after start of treatment
Parent process:     
Stress levels PSQ Fathers/ Mothers 10 Before intake, at 3 month intervals, at follow up
Parents therapeutic alliance WAV-12R/ Parents Fathers/ Mothers 5 After 4-6 weeks, at 3 month intervals
  WAV-12R/ Team Case Manager 5  
Child process:     
Child alliance FEQ Case Manager 5 After 4-6 weeks, at 3 month intervals
  1. HoNOSCA Health of the Nation outcome scales for children and adolescents, SDQ strengths and difficulties questionnaire, PSQ parenting stress questionnaire, WAV-12R working alliance inventory-revised