HoNOSCA

AcronymDefinition
HoNOSCAHealth of the Nation Outcome Scales for Children and Adolescents
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It may be useful to report a study in which OTTOS (a sensitive measure for an inpatient setting) is followed by the HoNOSCA (a population measure, more conducive to community settings).
The HoNOSCA Scales: Assessing Outcomes in Clinical Settings.
For this purpose, the clinical psychologists who attended the participants completed the HoNOSCA (Gowers et al., 1999) while the parents filled in the ECI-4 (Sprafkin & Gadow, 1996).
Pearson's correlations were calculated between the CBQ scores and the anxiety category scores of the ECI4 (separately and conjointly) and Item 9 of the HoNOSCA. In the case of the ESAP, as it is an ordinal scale (7es, No, I don't know), Spearman's correlation were calculated between its scores and the CBQ scores.
HONOSCA scores declined (showing improvement) in all arms.
Brief scale for measuring the outcomes of emotional and behavioural disorders in children: Health of the Nation Outcome Scales for Children and Adolescents (HoNOSCA).
Health of the Nation Outcomes for Children and Adolescents (HoNOSCA).