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Onderzoeksartikel

2018/9

E. de Beurs, L. Warmerdam, J.W.R. Twisk

The reliability of Delta-T, 592 - 600

Onderzoeksartikel

2018/11

M.A. Nugter, G.P. Oosterdijk, A.A.P. van Emmerik

ROM in mental health care: treatment outcomes of both generic and disorder specific instruments in patients with anxiety disorders; a cohort study, 741 - 749

Onderzoeksartikel

2018/10

E. Schuringa, M. Spreen, S. Bogaerts

Predicting short term intramural violence with the Instrument for Forensic Treatment Evaluation (IBFE), ROM-instrument in tbs for different target groups, 662 - 671

New research

2017/8

M.L.M. Hermens, M.A. Nugter, N. Mooij, A.W. Hoogendoorn, G.E. van Son, S. Robbers, M.M. van Bueren, A.T.F. Beekman, J. Theunissen

ROM for the elderly: a prospective cohort study of the outcomes on the HoNOS 65+ in various diagnostic groups, 456 - 465

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

New research

2017/4

L. Neijmeijer, J. Verwoerd, M. van Vugt, C. Place, H. Kroon

Forensic (flexible) assertive community treatment: client characteristics and treatment outcomes, 212 - 220

Essay

2016/1

Y. Meesters, W.B. Duijzer, W.A. Nolen, R.A. Schoevers, H.G. Ruhé

Reasons for including the Inventory of Depressive Symptomatology (IDS) and its shortened version (QIDS) in routine outcome monitoring by the Foundation Benchmark Mental Health (SBG), 48 - 54

Short report

2015/12 themanummer Kinder en Jeugdpsychiatrie

D.M.W.R. van Houtem-Solberg, E.W.C.H. Chatrou, M.Q. Werrij, T.A.M.J. van Amelsvoort

Youth F-ACT: mapping the problems of a special population, 892 - 896

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