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Self-scoring app for mental healthcare


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This instrument was originally developed for forensic psychiatry to provide clients and their treatment team with insight into their treatment and resocialization plan. The self-scoring app is a basic tool for the client to get started in consultation with the care worker (s) and set goals from a positive basis.

This tool has been developed in co-creation with a group of clients. First qualitative results have shown that the instrument contributes to increasing self-awareness, treatment motivation and self-management. In addition to the client app, BPI is currently also developing a therapist version that communicates with the Electronic Patient File (EPD). This is time-saving in relation to the current way of working and, above all, aimed at facilitating dialogue with clients about agreements and differences in scores. This sets the basis for more effective treatment.


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