Measuring the Promise: A Compendium of Recovery Measures, Volume II
Total CE Credit Hours: 5
Course Info URL: http://www.ce-credit.com/courses/101238
About the Course:
This compendium offers an update to PN-43, Can We Measure Recovery? A Compendium of Recovery and Recovery-Related Instruments (Ralph, Kidder, & Phillips, 2000). Following a discussion of the need for recovery measures, Volume II offers a synopsis of the November 2004 invitational conference Measuring the Promise: Assessing Recovery and Self-Determination Instruments for Evidence-Based Practices. Reviews of the instruments themselves follow this section. The instruments are divided into two categories: measures of individual recovery and measures of recovery-promoting environments. Volume II concludes with recommendations for further developments in the measurement of recovery. PLEASE NOTE: This course utilizes information through CHAPTER 4 only- no exam questions are based on information found in the appendices.
Human Services Research Institute for SAMHSA
This course is recommended for health care professionals, especially psychologists, counselors, social workers, and nurses who seek knowledge about the assessment of recovery and self-determination instruments used in evidence-based practices. It is appropriate for intermediate to advanced levels of participants’ knowledge.
Identify the aims of the project material used for this course and criteria utilized to choose them.
Describe the ideas, concerns, and reflections expressed by members of the invitational conference.
Apply information presented on the use of measuring instruments when testing clients.
Compare measures of individual recovery presented and assess their usefulness to your clinical work.
Explain how measures of recovery-promoting environments seek to assess client recovery.
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