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Document Provider:
Jennifer Beecham
Developer:
Jennifer Beecham / Martin Knapp
Contact Details:
Copyright:
Jennifer Beecham
Country of Origin:
United Kingdom

Study Completed:
Yes
Year:
1992

DIRUM ID:
44
DIRUM Listing:
14/07/2011

Disease Categories

Other - widely adapted in variety of conditions - estimates > 500 studies

Populations - Age

Age Range: 18 - 100

Populations - Sex

Administration Methods

In person
Via telephone
Via computer
Other - can be adapted to a wide context

Instrument Types

Recall questionnaire

Person(s) Completing Instrument

Patient
Parent/carer
Researcher

Settings of Care

Community
Inpatient
A&E
Other - widely applied

Nature of Intervention

Psychological & behavioural
Other - designed for treatment of MH; however, widely used in many other areas

Items of Resource Being Measured

GP
Inpatient
Community nurse
Practice nurse
Outpatient
Medication
A&E
Employer
Day hospital
Social services
Physiotherapy
Occupational therapy
Social services day care
Psychologist
Residential care
State benefits
Criminal justice service
Other NHS - language therapist /psychiatrist / dentist / optician
Other non-NHS - chiropodist / sheltered workshop

Other Characterisation Details

Frequency Of Economic Data Collection - variable
Maximum Recall Period - Not specified

Primary References

Beecham J, Knapp M. , Costing Psychiatric Interventions., Discussion Paper , 1999, 1536,

Information on how items for costing were identified

Evidence of face, content and criterion validity. Face and content: use of the widely-adapted client service receipt inventory. REF: Beecham J, Knapp M. Costing Psychiatric Interventions. 1999; Discussion Paper 1536: 22. Criterion validity REF: Patel A, Rendu A, Moran S, et al. A comparison of two methods of collecting economic data in primary care. Family Practice 2005;22:323-7.

Beecham J, Knapp M. , Costing Psychiatric Interventions., Discussion Paper , 1999, 1536,


Piloting of questionnaires for patient / carer completion

Evidence of face, content and criterion validity. Face and content: use of the widely-adapted client service receipt inventory. REF: Beecham J, Knapp M. Costing Psychiatric Interventions. 1999; Discussion Paper 1536: 22. Criterion validity REF: Patel A, Rendu A, Moran S, et al. A comparison of two methods of collecting economic data in primary care. Family Practice 2005;22:323-7.

Beecham J, Knapp M. , Costing Psychiatric Interventions., Discussion Paper , 1999, 1536,


Validation

Evidence of face, content and criterion validity. Face and content: use of the widely-adapted client service receipt inventory. REF: Beecham J, Knapp M. Costing Psychiatric Interventions. 1999; Discussion Paper 1536: 22. Criterion validity REF: Patel A, Rendu A, Moran S, et al. A comparison of two methods of collecting economic data in primary care. Family Practice 2005;22:323-7.

Patel A, Rendu A, Moran S, et al., A comparison of two methods of collecting economic data in primary care. , Family Practice, 2005, 22, 323-7

DOI: 10.1093/fampra/cmi027


Acceptability

100% rate of completion quoted in some studies using CSRIs


Adaptations

Numerous adaptations


Instrument Resource


Conditions of Use

  • Free access
  • With written permission of copyright holder
  • Other - Please ensure it is appropriate for the research context and population.

Supporting Materials

  • User manual
  • Other - http://www.iop.kcl.ac.uk/iopweb/blob/downloads/locator/l_355_measuring_mental_health_needs_Gaskell.pdf

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