CSRI - Childrens Version

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Document Provider:
Madeleine Stevens
Developer:
Jennifer Beecham
Contact Details:
Copyright:
Jennifer Beecham
Country of Origin:
United Kingdom

Other Methods of Resource Use Data Collection:
Case notes also used in this study; however, Child CSSRI has been used as a stand alone method: for example see: Romeo, R., M. Knapp, et al. (2006). "Economic cost of severe antisocial behaviour in children - and who pays it." British Journal of Psychiatry 188: 547.

Study Completed:
Yes
Year:
1999

DIRUM ID:
45
DIRUM Listing:
14/07/2011

Disease Categories

Developmental, psychosocial, & learning problems

Populations - Age

Age Range: 4 - 10

Populations - Sex

Administration Methods

In person

Instrument Types

Recall questionnaire

Person(s) Completing Instrument

Parent/carer
Researcher

Settings of Care

Community

Nature of Intervention

Psychological & behavioural
Active monitoring

Items of Resource Being Measured

GP
Inpatient
Community nurse
Practice nurse
Outpatient
A&E
Employer
Informal carer
Day hospital
Social services
Social services day care
Residential care
Other NHS - language therapist /dentist / optician
Other non-NHS - special educational needs
Educational

Other Characterisation Details

Frequency Of Economic Data Collection - 6 months
Maximum Recall Period - 4 to 6 months

Primary References

Knapp M, Scott S, et al, The Cost of Antisocial Behaviour in Younger Children, Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry , 1999, 4, 457-473

DOI: 10.1177/1359104599004004003

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

Costs due to special schools, foster caring and residential placements included. Medications and criminal justice content excluded. Variation in period of recall - some use 6 months and others use 12 months


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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