Talk:Evidence-based assessment

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Feedback from students and clinicians 2020[edit source]

Here are links to some GoogleDocs organizing feedback from clinical stakeholders.

These three links are from group work at UNC Chapel Hill in PSYC 814. The final project was to pick a case and work through the assessment sequence with them.

This is the template/blank page.

This is the set of links, notes, and suggestions, working with Lea as the case example.

This is the same thing, working with Arlene as the case example.

We also have two documents with feedback from NCPA sessions (Dr. Michael's talk on suicide prevention) (Eric's talk about HGAPS) on April 25, 2020, and a compilation of feedback about Assessment center from Psyc 500.

Great stuff, much of it organized so that it will be easy to move onto specific pages.

Giddyup! (Gary C -- that is a shout out to you!) Eyoungstrom (discusscontribs) 17:55, 25 April 2020 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Overviews of resources for assessment and treatment[edit source]

These are pages that review the diagnostic criteria, prevalence, evidence-based assessment, treatment, and resources for different issues.

Topic Assessment Links Treatment Links Resources Infographics
Substance use
Sleep problems
Bipolar disorder (youths)
Self harm

Eyoungstrom (discusscontribs) 18:25, 25 April 2020 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Procedural Notes from 10/9/2017[edit source]

Conversation with Steve Lee: Another organizing principle could be developmental period (infancy, preschool, school age...)

Can add links to the risk factors, rating scales, checklists -- especially those used in primary care, pediatrics

Also can push a lot of this into Qualtrics and make freely available

Procedural Notes from 2/2/2017[edit source]

Size of groups

Tasks for in between week

What else would be helpful?

How do we know whether a particular Portfolio is reviewed? (and how much do we care?)

Do we want to repeat disclaimer on all pages?

Links to copies of articles (PubMed) (The preceding unsigned comment was added by Eyoungstrom (talkcontribs) 22:37, 2 February 2017‎)

The {{Medical disclaimer}} template provides a canned disclaimer, including a link to the official Wikiversity:Medical disclaimer. —ShelleyAdams (discusscontribs) 16:02, 4 February 2017 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Layout[edit source]

@Ongmianli: Sidebars are supposed to float right. But there are various templates that clear float and lead to strange spacing. I moved some things around just to test. Feel free to undo if you prefer. I would also consider just using regular headings rather than the collapse boxes.

Finally, there is a link at the very bottom of the page for Mobile view / Desktop view. Test it both ways on various devices. I happened to pull this page up first on a small mobile screen. It seemed to have opportunities for improvement, at least on that screen size. Just something to consider. Do whatever seems best for your audience. -- Dave Braunschweig (discusscontribs) 01:53, 11 December 2017 (UTC)Reply[reply]

@Dave Braunschweig: This is helpful, Dave! I have made a couple of edits, and have removed the collapse boxes. I wasn't thinking about optimizing these pages for mobile use - that makes a lot of sense! I will keep you posted on my findings. Ongmianli (discusscontribs) 21:14, 11 December 2017 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Mistake[edit source]

Sorry, I tried to move this to "evidence-based" but made a mistake. Kaihsu (discusscontribs) 19:51, 3 May 2020 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Now corrected. -- Dave Braunschweig (discusscontribs) 02:06, 5 May 2020 (UTC)Reply[reply]