Do you know how change in your service compares to other services?

Drawing from the data that members have shared through CORC, we have developed a set of CORC Comparators for commonly used outcome measures. These tools provide the change reported by children and young people in the CORC dataset for each measure, allowing you to compare this with your own organisation’s data. This can help you to think about whether the outcomes in your service are in line with your expectations.

We used an approach that shows both how much people improve, stay the same or get worse; and how much of that improvement/deterioration is ‘reliable’ (beyond what could be explained by measurement error for that questionnaire).

CORC Comparators for the following measures can be downloaded from the members area of our website:

  • RCADS subscales            

  • SDQ subscales  

  • SDQ impact supplement

  • Child Outcome Rating Scale (CORS)

  • Outcome Rating Scale (ORS)

  • Clinical Outcomes in Routine Evaluation 10 (CORE-10)

  • Young Person’s CORE (YP-CORE)

  • Generalised Anxiety Disorder 7 (GAD-7)

  • Patient Health Questionnaire 9 (PHQ-9)

If you are a member please sign in here:

Members Area

If you would like any advice or support on analysing your data or using the tools please get in touch.

If you are interested in becoming a member, you can find details regarding this here, or please get in touch

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For a report on outcomes and experiences from CYP MH Services 2011-2015

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