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The instruments include the measures: self-report measures, and the practitioner completed data sheets which give the contextual information so vital to understanding the self-report data. The self-report measures are the original CORE-OM and its shortened forms for adults, and the YP-CORE and LD-CORE respectively for younger people (adolescents) and for people with learning difficulties/disabilities.
- CORE-OM – the 34 item main “Outcome Measure” (hence “OM”). Please stay with the original name “CORE-OM” rather than “CORE-34”. Designed for adults, probably usable down to about 16 depending on literacy. The root of the short forms.
- CORE-SF/A – first of the two original quasi-parallel 18 item forms.
- CORE-SF/B – second of those original short forms.
- CORE-10 – more recent short form as the pressure for yet shorter forms grew and it became clear that few practitioners alternate the original short forms.
- CORE-5 – ultra short form.
- GP-CORE – short form for general population survey work. No risk items.
- YP-CORE – short form adapted for young people aged 13-17.
- LD-CORE – forms drawing on the CORE-OM design but co-developed with people with learning disabilities for them.
The practitioner completed instruments are as follows.
- CORE-A TAF (Therapy Asessment Form) – practitioner completed form that gives the crucial initial context to the change measurement.
- CORE-A EoT (End of Therapy form) – similar form completed at the end of the therapy describing the therapy.
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