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DSM-5 Cross-Cutting Assessments

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  • Nicole “Nikki” Schwartz
    For Adults (18+)
    1. PROMIS Short Form v1.0 - Depression - 8b 02May2016
    2. PROMIS Short Form v1.1 - Anger - 5a 27Apr2016
    3. PROMIS Short Form v1.0 - Anxiety - 7a 29Apr2016
    4. PROMIS Short Form v1.0 - Sleep Disturbance - 8b 03May2016
     
     For Parents of Children 6-17:
    1. PROMIS Short Form v1.0 - Sleep Disturbance 8b 03May2016 (as adapted in the DSM-5 for parents of children)
    2. PROMIS Parent Proxy Item Bank v2.0 - Depressive Symptoms (I realize this is a CAT, however, in the DSM-5, PROMIS Emotional Distress, Depression - Parent Item (paper) bank appears to be the same questions listed here or perhaps based on an earlier version.  I’m willing to use the question listed in the PROMIS database or the version published in the DSM-5, based on the guidance from PROMIS). 
    3. PROMIS Pediatric Short Form v2.0 - Anger 5a
    4. PROMIS Parent Proxy Item Bank v.20 - Anxiety 29Jul2016 (similar to the PROMIS Depression measure listed above, the DSM-5 published version PROMIS Emotional Distress, Anxiety, Parent Item Bank, is adapted from the Parent Proxy Item Bank listed in the healthmeasures.net database)
     
    For Children Ages 11-17:
    1. PROMIS, Sleep Disturbance, Short Form v1.0 - Sleep Disturbance 8b 03May2016
    2. PROMIS, Pediatric Item Bank v2.0 - Depressive Symptoms 28Jul2016 (as mentioned from other assessments above, the DSM-5 published version PROMIS Emotional Distress - Depression - Pediatric Item Bank, appears to be adapted from this item bank)
    3. PROMIS, Pediatric Short Form v2.0 - Anger 5a
    4. PROMIS, Pediatric Item Bank v2.0 - Anxiety 28Jul2016 (as mentioned from other assessments above, the DSM-5 published version PROMIS Emotional Distress - Anxiety - Pediatric Item Bank, appears to be adapted from this item bank)
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  • Nicole “Nikki” Schwartz

    Also, not all of the DSM-5 Cross Cutting Assesments are PROMIS measures, for example the PHQ-9, those each have their own requirements, but it seems much less difficult to use those electronically.

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  • Sadie Carrico

    Thank you so much for this information! I use this in my in-person practice and was looking for a way to share these assessments in SP for Telehealth.

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  • Bryn Davis

    Once I get permission, am I able to upload the assessment(s) into Simple Practice for my clients to complete via the client portal?

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  • Nicole “Nikki” Schwartz

    Bryn, I think you’re asking if you can upload them directly? No. There is no shared template for many of them. But the permission allows you to use them for your own clients digitally via the client portal. You’ll just have to create the template yourself.

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  • Rachel Zielinski

    Does anyone have the cross cutting measures uploaded that they can share somehow? I don't see one in the library. I'm looking for Adult self rated.

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  • Rachel Zielinski

    Does anyone have the cross cutting measures uploaded that they can share somehow? I don't see one in the library. I'm looking for Adult self rated.

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  • Elise Daxe

    Could SP add these templates, the same way in which the template for ADHD-SR was added to the template library? We can at least VOTE that the effort to do so would be clinically valuable. There may be additional permissions needed, but this is a publically available tool.

    In the meantime, why is it that templates created individually can't be shared with others. My colleague and I wanted to upload the NASW "Informed Consent for In-Person Clinical Social Work Services During Covid-19 Pandemic." She typed it all in (why can't a pdf be uploaded so that a signature line would be all that is needed??) and set it up for name and signature, and then couldn't share it. So now I have to do the same, if I want to use the form. Seems like sharing would be helpful here.

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  • Ruth

    Hi Everyone, thanks for sharing the templates you'd like to see in our Template Library! However, the Notes and Forms Template Exchange is designed to facilitate an exchange of ideas between SimplePractice users on how customize their templates. You're welcome to use these examples to create your own notes, forms, or assessments. 

    From time to time, we consider uploading a customer's template to our Template Library for all customers to access. If you'd like us to consider this specific template, please upvote this post.

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  • Ashley Parkinson

    Nicole, thank you so much for this post! Very helpful.

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