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Carers' and users' expectations of services - carer version (CUES-C): A new instrument to support the assessment of carers of people with a severe mental illness

Background : Carers of people with a severe mental illness often experience health and social problems themselves. In the UK, carers now have a statutory right to an assessment of their needs. Aim : to develop a brief instrument to identify and measure the experience of those caring for people with... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of mental health (Abingdon England), 2003, Vol.12 (2), p.143-152
Main Author: Lelliott, Paul
Other Authors: Beevor, Anne , Hogman, Gary , Hyslop, Jon , Lathlean, Judith , Ward, Martin
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title: Carers' and users' expectations of services - carer version (CUES-C): A new instrument to support the assessment of carers of people with a severe mental illness
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  • Lelliott, Paul
  • Beevor, Anne
  • Hogman, Gary
  • Hyslop, Jon
  • Lathlean, Judith
  • Ward, Martin
subjects:
  • Assessment
  • Biological and medical sciences
  • Caregivers
  • Carers
  • Health services utilization
  • Measures
  • Medical sciences
  • Mental disorders
  • Mental health care
  • Mentally ill people
  • Needs assessment
  • Outcome Measure
  • Outcomes
  • Psychology. Psychoanalysis. Psychiatry
  • Psychometrics. Diagnostic aid systems
  • Psychopathology. Psychiatry
  • Severe Mental Illness
  • Severely
  • Techniques and methods
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description: Background : Carers of people with a severe mental illness often experience health and social problems themselves. In the UK, carers now have a statutory right to an assessment of their needs. Aim : to develop a brief instrument to identify and measure the experience of those caring for people with a severe mental illness across the range of domains that the carers themselves consider important. Method : potential domains were identified from published and 'grey' literature and refined through consultation with carers. Pilots and field trials of the resulting draft instrument involved a total of 412 carers. Results : a self-rated, 13-item questionnaire. Principal components analysis yielded factors relating to impact of caring and the quality of support provided for carers. Test-retest reliabilities for all items were moderately good or better. The great majority of 75 carers, who gave structured feedback, found they could follow the instructions for the instrument and 90% thought the length was 'about right'. Conclusions : CUES-C could be used as part of the carers' assessment. The instrument does cover the domains that carers value, is acceptable to carers and has reasonable test-retest reliability.
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