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Table 1 Alpha coefficients [95% confidence interval]expressing internal consistency for the Ecuador subsamples, Spain, and United Kingdom samples

From: Exploration of the psychometric properties of the Clinical Outcomes in Routine Evaluation-Outcome Measure in Ecuador

Domains Students
(n = 344)
Community
(n = 537)
Pooled sample
(n = 881)
Trujillo et al.a
(n = 452)
Evans et al.b
(n = 1084)
Well-being .74[.70, .78] .51[.42, .61] .69[.64, .73] .80 [.77, .83] .77 [.75, .79]
Problems/Symptoms .86[.85,.88] .83[.80, .87] .86[.85, .88] .88 [.86, .90] .90[.89, .91]
Functioning .83[.81 .86] .78[.74, .82] .83[.81, .85] .86 [.84, .88] .86[.85, .87]
Risk .75[.70, .80] .65[.54, .79] .73[.68, .78] .71[.66, .75] .79[.77, .81]
Non-risk items .93[.92, .94] .89[.87, .91] .92[.91, .93] .94[.93, .95] .94[.93, .95]
All items .94[.93, .94] .89[.88, .92] .93[.92, .94] .94[.93, .95] .94[.93, .95]
  1. aReproduced with permission from Trujillo et al. (2016). Psychometric properties of the Spanish version of the Clinical Outcomes in Routine Evaluation - Outcome Measure. Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment, 12, 1457–66. doi: https://doi.org/10.2147/NDT.S103079
  2. bReproduced with permission from Evans et al. (2002). Towards a standardised brief outcome measure: Psychometric properties and utility of the CORE–OM. British Journal of Psychiatry, 180(1), 51–60. doi: https://doi.org/10.1192/bjp.180.1.51