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The reality: using QbTest reports in clinical practice

Published: 11 May 2021 | QbTest , case study
Clinician going through the QbTest report

Clinical judgment is a core skill honed by experienced clinicians providing ADHD assessment and treatment. While clinical judgment is essential - based on feedback from subjective data (rating scales, interviews), many leading healthcare teams are turning to objective data to enhance their understanding of patients' ADHD symptomatology. Cork Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) is one practice who have evolved their ADHD care pathway to incorporate objective data for ADHD assessment and treatment. This is their story...

Part One The QbTest reports – bringing ADHD symptoms to life

The QbTest report itself is a key reason services like Cork CAMHS feel it adds value not only for clinical purposes but also for psychoeducation with clients, families, and schools. It helps facilitate a discussion of clients’ symptomatology, regardless of other factors.

The visual of the report itself, guided by the clinician facilitating the discussion can be easily understood by the clients. With QbTest, clinicians have a unique opportunity for clinical observation which adds further context, not only for the QbTest report, but also the other clinical information collated as part of an assessment.

 

Ella Lovett, Principal Clinical PsychologistQbTest Reports


"The visual part of the report is incredibly valuable. One particular case sticks in my mind with QbTest. ADHD had never been considered for this particular client before; self harm and low mood was our primary concern. When we started talking to him, it was obvious that he was having..."

 

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