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Keywords register: implementation

Short report

2017/8

B.G. Tiemens, M. van Sonsbeek

ROM as a GPS navigation system: how can ROM be used routinely in treatment procedures?, 489 - 493

Review article

2017/3

E.M. van Fenema

Assessment of guideline adherence and quality of care with routine outcome monitoring data, 159 - 165

New research

2015/10

L.M.C. van den Bosch, R. Sinnaeve

Dialectical behaviour theory in the Netherlands: implementation and consolidation, 719 - 727

New research

2014/6

C.M. van der Feltz-Cornelis, H. Andrea, E. Kessels, H.J. Duivenvoorden, H. Biemans, M. Metz

Does routine outcome monitoring have a promising future? An investigation into the use of shared decision-making combined with ROM for patients with a combination of physical and psychiatric symptoms, 375 - 384

Essay

2013/12

C.G. Kooiman, G.H. Kuipers, CH. Huffstadt

Transference focused psychotherapy (tfp) and principles of mentalisation in inpatient psychotherapy; a matter of form and content, 939 - 948

Short report

2012/2 themanummer ROM

F.G. Zitman

ROM in mood, anxiety and somatoform disorders: a promising technique with pleasing results , 173 - 177

Review article

2012/2 themanummer ROM

M.A. Nugter, V.J.A. Buwalda

Background and possible use of ROM in mental health care, 111 - 120

Review article

2010/2

C.T. Smits, M. van der Gaag

Cognitive behavioural therapy for schizophrenia, 99 - 109

Short report

2008/6 Themanummer Evidence-Based Psychiatrie

A.F.G Leentjens, J.S. Burgers

What factors are important for the successful implementation of guidelines?, 329 - 335

New research

2007/9

F. Giesen, N. van Erp, J. van Weeghel, H. Michon, H. Kroon

The implementation of Individual Placement and Support in the Netherlands , 611 - 621

Short report

2006/12

J. Spijker, J. Huyser, M.B.J. Blom

The multidisciplinary guideline for the treatment of depression: a commentary, 921 - 925

New research

2001/6

P. Boersma, J.J.M. Dekker, M. van der Gaag, B.G.M. Puite, H. Blankman

Acquisition of skills for medication management, 375 - 384