If your project or assignment requires that you find a simple assessment instrument, survey, or evaluation tool, Measures for Clinical Practice and Research are a great resource. The assessment appears in full in these volumes.
The library does not own an e-book edition of this title. We only own the print edition and you can access it in the library's reference collection at Ref BF176 .C66 2013.
If you are an online student, click on the book image above to view the table of contents (via Amazon Preview). Request those pages by filling out this interlibrary loan form and we will email it to you for the purposes of doing your assignment or project.
NNU has a dedicated license with Qualtrics, the number one choice for many educational and business institutions to gather and process data in a secure environment. Qualtrics provides an extensive library of surveys that you can peruse to find one similar to what you need, or you can build your own. You can even import questions from a Word document.
All NNU staff, faculty and students are eligible to use Qualtrics through the NNU Qualtrics sign-in portal. Navigate to nnu.qualtrics.com and click "Don't have an account?" You will be directed to a sign-up page to set up your account.
Tech support for Qualtrics is not provided by Riley Library or ITS. To access help tools, tutorials, and their tech support hotline, click on the Help icon on the Qualtrics home page.
Search by both the test name and the test acronym in the resources listed here to find reviews of the instrument you're considering
From the APA DSM-5 website:
"For further clinical evaluation and research, the APA is offering a number of “emerging measures” in Section III of DSM-5. These patient assessment measures were developed to be administered at the initial patient interview and to monitor treatment progress, thus serving to advance the use of initial symptomatic status and patient reported outcome (PRO) information, as well as the use of “anchored” severity assessment instruments. Instructions, scoring information, and interpretation guidelines are included. Clinicians and researchers may provide APA with feedback on the instruments’ usefulness in characterizing patient status and improving patient care.
These measures should be used to enhance clinical decision-making and not as the sole basis for making a clinical diagnosis. Further information on these measures can be found in DSM-5. The measures can be broadly classified into four types"