Conducting practice-oriented research: What to do and not to do in building partnerships between researchers an
Dr. Louis G Castonguay, Professor of Clinical Psychology at Penn State University, past president of SPR, and founder of the Webinars initiative will speak on two decades of experience building and evolving research collaborations with practitioners in real-world settings.
The effect of outcome monitoring feedback to clinicians and patients in short and long-term psychotherapy: A randomized controlled trial - Kim De Jong*, Reinier Timmana, Leona Hakkaart-Van Roijena, Pascal Vermeulenb, Kees Kooimana, Jan Passchierc & Jan Van Busschbacha
Does feedback on patient progress lead to improved outcomes? The answer, it turns out, may depend on several different variables, as identified in the featured article by De Jong and colleagues (2014). Outcome monitoring feedback (i.e., when a patient’s health status is assessed regularly and the feedback is provided to patients or therapists) has been reported as a way of increasing patient outcomes. However, several questions about the efficacy of feedback remain to be answered. For example, the evidence is mixed as to whether feedback is helpful for all patients or particularly helpful for patients who are considered to be “not on track” (NOT)...