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Maudsley Community Item Sheet: Clinical data registration system for child guidance clinics

  • Richard J. Corrigall (a1) and Anula Nikapota (a2)
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The Bethlem Royal and Maudsley Hospitals Item Sheet system for registering clinical data generated by psychiatric assessments is long established, with a proven track record as an instrument of scientific research. However, its use has not spread beyond the originating institution, despite being available in the public domain for many years. To address this problem we have designed a modified version of the Item Sheet. The new system has been simplified and improved to facilitate the use of this research aid in child guidance clinics and similar settings.

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Maudsley Community Item Sheet: Clinical data registration system for child guidance clinics

  • Richard J. Corrigall (a1) and Anula Nikapota (a2)
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