Resources & Publications
AMHOCN undertook some preliminary analyses with the three measures that comprise the HoNOS suite of measures (i.e., the HoNOSCA, the HoNOS and the HoNOS65+). The objectives of these analyses were to explore the extent to which HoNOS clinical ratings might be considered implausible...read more
In 2014, a collaborative project was commenced to review the HoNOS. This project was led by the Royal College of Psychiatrists, as the copyright holder, with the participation of representatives from Australia and New Zealand. As a result of the review, an updated version of the...read more
This report presents the results of a study on the content validity of the revised HoNOS 65+, known as the HoNOS Older Adults, which was published in 2018.
The BASIS 32 is a consumer rated tool designed to cover a range of symptoms and functioning difficulties experienced by the consumer. The BASIS 32 is not in the public domain and information about it can be obtained from the ...read more
This report discusses a range of conceptual and practical considerations required to understand and progress the case complexity adjustment agenda.