Illness Management and Recovery Scale

Illness Management and Recovery (IMR)Scale
Mueser‚ Gingerich‚Salyers‚ McGuire‚ Reyes‚ & Cunningham‚ 2004
مدیریت بیماری و بازیابی
Client Self-Rating
نسخه مراجع
1. Progress towards personal goals: In the past 3 months‚ I have come up with…
1)   No personal goals
2)   A personal goal‚ but have not done anything to finish my goal.
3)   A personal goal and made it a little way toward finishing it.
4)   A personal goal and have gotten pretty far in finishing my goal.
5)   A personal goal and have finished it.
2. Knowledge: How much do you feel like you know about symptoms‚ treatment‚ coping strategies (coping methods)‚ and medication?
1)   Not very much
2)   A little
3)   Some
4)   Quite a bit
5)   A great deal
3. Involvement of family and friends in my mental health treatment: How much are family members‚ friends‚ boyfriend/girlfriend‚ and other people who are important to you (outside your mental health agency) involved in your mental health treatment?
1)   Not at all
2)   Only when there is a serious problem
3)   Sometimes‚ like when things are starting to go badly
4)   Much of the time
5)   A lot of the time and they really help me with my mental health
4. Contact with people outside of my family: In a normal week‚ how many times do you talk to someone outside of your family (like a friend‚ co-worker‚ classmate‚ roommate‚ etc.)
1)   0 times/ week
2)   1-2 times/ week
3)   3-4 times/ week
4)   6-7 times/ week
5)   8 or more times/ week
5. Time in Structured Roles: How much time do you spend working‚ volunteering‚ being a student‚ being a parent‚ taking care of someone else or someone else’s house or apartment? That is‚ how much time do you spend in doing activities for or with another person that are expected of you? (This would not include self care or personal home maintenance.)
1)   2 hours or less/ week
2)   3-5 hours/ week
3)   6 to 15 hours/ week
4)   16-30 hours/ week
5)   More than 30 hours/ week
6. Symptom distress: How much do your symptoms bother you?
1)   My symptoms really bother me a lot.
2)   My symptoms bother me quite a bit.
3)   My symptoms bother me somewhat.
4)   My symptoms bother me very little.
5)   My symptoms don’t bother me at all.
7. Impairment of functioning: How much do your symptoms get in the way of you doing things that you would like to or need to do?
1)   My symptoms really get in my way a lot.
2)   My symptoms get in my way quite a bit.
3)   My symptoms get in my way somewhat.
4)   My symptoms get in my way very little.
5)   My symptoms don’t get in my way at all.
8. Relapse Prevention Planning: Which of the following would best describe what you know and what you have done in order not to have a relapse?
1)   I don’t know how to prevent relapses.
2)   I know a little‚ but I haven’t made a relapse prevention plan.
3)   I know 1 or 2 things I can do‚ but I don’t have a written plan
4)   I have several things that I can do‚ but I don’t have a written plan
5)   I have a written plan that I have shared with others.
9. Relapse of Symptoms: When is the last time you had a relapse of symptoms (that is‚ when your symptoms have gotten much worse)?
1)   Within the last month
2)   In the past 2 to 3 months
3)   In the past 4 to 6 months
4)   In the past 7 to 12 months
5)   I haven’t had a relapse in the past year
10. Psychiatric Hospitalizations: When is the last time you have been hospitalized for mental health or substance abuse reasons?
1)   Within the last month
2)   In the past 2 to 3 months
3)   In the past 4 to 6 months
4)   In the past 7 to 12 months
5)   I haven’t been hospitalized in the past year
11. Coping: How well do feel like you are coping with your mental or emotional illness from day to day?
1)   Not well at all
2)   Not very well
3)   Alright
4)   Well
5)   Very well
12. Involvement with self-help activities: How involved are you in consumer run services‚ peer support groups‚ Alcoholics Anonymous‚ dr‎op-in centers‚ WRAP (Wellness Recovery Action Plan)‚ or other similar self-help programs?
1)   I don’t know about any self-help activities
2)   I know about some self-help activities‚ but I’m not interested
3)   I’m interested in self-help activities‚ but I have not participated in the past year
4)   I participate in self-help activities occasionally.
5)   I participate in self-help activities regularly.
13. Using Medication Effectively: (Don’t answer this question if your doctor has not prescribed medication for you). How often do you take your medication as prescribed?
1)   Never
2)   Occasionally
3)   About half the time
4)   Most of the time
5)   Every day
14. Functioning affected by alcohol use. Drinking can interfere with functioning when it contributes to conflict in relationships‚ or to money‚ housing and legal concerns‚ to difficulty showing up at appointments or paying attention during them‚ or to increased symptoms. Over the past 3 months‚ how much did drinking get in the way of your functioning?
Alcohol use really gets in my way a lot
Alcohol use gets in my way quite a bit
Alcohol use gets in my way somewhat
Alcohol use gets in my way very little
Alcohol use is not a factor in my functioning
15. Functioning affected by drug use. Using street drugs‚ and misusing prescription or over-the-counter medication can interfere with functioning when it contributes to conflict in relationships‚ or to money‚ housing and legal concerns‚ to difficulty showing up at appointments or paying attention during them‚ or to increased symptoms. Over the past 3 months‚ how much did drug use get in the way of your functioning?
1)   Drug use really gets in my way a lot
2)   Drug use gets in my way quite a bit
3)   Drug use gets in my way somewhat
4)   Drug use gets in my way very little
5)   Drug use is not a factor in my functioning
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Clinician Rating
رده بندی بالینی (پزشک)
1. Progress toward goals: In the past 3 months‚ s/he has come up with…
1)   No personal goals
2)   A personal goal‚ but has not done anything to finish the goal
3)   A personal goal and made it a little way toward finishing it
4)   A personal goal and has gotten pretty far in finishing the goal
5)   A personal goal and has finished it
2. Knowledge: How much do you feel your client knows about symptoms‚ treatment‚ coping strategies (coping methods)‚ and medication?
1)   Not very much
2)   A little
3)   Some
4)   Quite a bit
5)   A great deal
3. Involvement of family and friends in his/her mental health treatment: How much are people like family‚ friends‚ boyfriends/girlfriends‚ and other people who are important to your client (outside the mental health agency) involved in his/her treatment?
1)   Not at all
2)   Only when there is a serious problem
3)   Sometimes‚ like when things are starting to go badly
4)   Much of the time
5)   A lot of the time and they really help with his/her mental health
4. Contact with people outside of the family: In a normal week‚ how many times does s/he talk to someone outside of her/his family (like a friend‚ co-worker‚ classmate‚ roommate‚ etc.)?
1)   0 times/ week
2)   1-2 times/ week
3)   3-4 times/ week
4)   6-7 times/ week
5)   8 or more times/ week
5. Time in Structured Roles: How much time does s/he spend working‚ volunteering‚ being a student‚ being a parent‚ taking care of someone else or someone else’s house or apartment? That is‚ how much time does s/he spend in doing activities for or with another person that are expected of him/her? (This would not include self-care or personal home maintenance.)
1)   2 hours or less/ week
2)   3-5 hours/ week
3)   6 to 15 hours/ week
4)   16-30 hours/ week
5)   More than 30 hours/ week
6. Symptom distress: How much do symptoms bother him/her?
1)   Symptoms really bother him/her a lot
2)   Symptoms bother him/her quite a bit
3)   Symptoms bother him/her somewhat
4)   Symptoms bother him/her very little
5)   Symptoms don’t bother him/her at all
7. Impairment of functioning: How much do symptoms get in the way of him/her doing things that s/he would like to do or needs to do?
1)   Symptoms really get in her/his way a lot
2)   Symptoms get in his/her way quite a bit
3)   Symptoms get in his/her way somewhat
4)   Symptoms get in his/her way very little
5)   Symptoms don’t get in his/her way at all
8. Relapse Prevention Planning: Which of the following would best describe what s/he knows and has done in order not to have a relapse?
1)   Doesn’t know how to prevent relapses
2)   Knows a little‚ but hasn’t made a relapse prevention plan
3)   Knows 1 or 2 things to do‚ but doesn’t have a written plan
4)   Knows several things to do‚ but doesn’t have a written plan
5)   Has a written plan and has shared it with others
9. Relapse of Symptoms: When is the last time s/he had a relapse of symptoms (that is‚ when his/her symptoms have gotten much worse)?
1)   Within the last month
2)   In the past 2 to 3 months
3)   In the past 4 to 6 months
4)   In the past 7 to 12 months
5)   Hasn’t had a relapse in the past year
10. Psychiatric Hospitalizations: When is the last time s/he has been hospitalized for mental health or substance abuse reasons?
1)   Within the last month
2)   In the past 2 to 3 months
3)   In the past 4 to 6 months
4)   In the past 7 to 12 months
5)   No hospitalization in the past year
11. Coping: How well do feel your client is coping with her/his mental or emotional illness from day to day?
1)   Not well at all
2)   Not very well
3)   Alright
4)   Well
5)   Very well
12. Involvement with self-help activities: How involved is s/he in consumer run services‚ peer support groups‚ Alcoholics Anonymous‚ dr‎op-in centers‚ WRAP (Wellness Recovery Action Plan)‚ or other similar self-help programs?
1)   Doesn’t know about any self help activities
2)   Knows about some self-help activities‚ but isn’t interested
3)   Is interested in self-help activities‚ but hasn’t participated in the past year
4)   Participates in self-help activities occasionally
5)   Participates in self-help activities regularly
13. Using Medication Effectively: (Don’t answer this question if her/his doctor has not prescribed medication). How often does s/he take his/her medication as prescribed?
1)   Never
2)   Occasionally
3)   About half the time
4)   Most of the time
5)   Every day
_____ Check here if the client is not prescribed psychiatric medications.
14. Impairment of functioning through alcohol use: Drinking can interfere with functioning when it contributes to conflict in relationships‚ or to financial‚ housing and legal concerns‚ to difficulty attending appointments or focusing during them‚ or to increases of symptoms. Over the past 3 months‚ did alcohol use get in the way of his/her functioning?
1.    Alcohol use really gets in h er/his way a lot
2.    Alcohol use gets in his/her way quite a bit
3.    Alcohol use gets in his/her way somewhat
4.    Alcohol use gets in his/her way very little
5.    Alcohol use is not a factor in his/her functioning
15. Impairment of functioning through drug use: Using street drugs‚ and misusing prescription or over-the-counter medication can interfere with functioning when it contributes to conflict in relationships‚ or to financial‚ housing and legal concerns‚ to difficulty attending appointments or focusing during them‚ or to increases of symptoms.
Over the past 3 months‚ did drug use get in the way of his/her functioning?
1.    Drug use really gets in her/his way a lot
2.    Drug use gets in his/her way quite a bit
3.    Drug use gets in his/her way somewhat
4.    Drug use gets in his/her way very little
5.    Drug use is not a factor in his/her functioning
شرح سایت روان سنجی: این ابزار برای اندازه گیری مدیریت بیماری بر پایه مدل "آسیب پذیری تنش" پدید آمده است.
اعتبار: آلفا کرونباخ
نسخه مراجع 0.7 ، نسخه بالینی 0.71
بازآزمایی نسخه مراجع 0.82r= و نسخه بالینی 0.78r=
چگونگی دستیابی
This instrument can be found at: https://www.power2u.org/downloads/pn-55.pdf
منبع برای آگاهی بیشتر
Bullock‚ W.A.‚ O’Rourke‚ M.‚ Farrer‚ E.‚ Breedlove‚ A.‚ Smith M.K.‚ & Claggett‚ A. (2005‚ August). Evaluation of the Illness Management and Recovery (IMR) Program. Presented at the 113th annual meeting of the American Psychological Association Meeting‚ Washington‚ D.C.
Hasson-Ohayon I‚ Roe D‚ Kravetz S. (2007). The psychometric properties of the illness management and recovery scale: Client and clinician versions. Psychiatry Research ;160:228-235.
Mueser‚ K.T.‚ Gingerich‚ S.‚ Salyers‚ M.P.‚ McGuire‚ A.B.‚ Reyes‚ R.U.‚ and Cunningham‚ H. (2004). The Illness Management and Recovery (IMR) Scales (Client and Clinician Versions). Concord‚ NH: New Hampshire- Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center.
   
خرداد 1396
اسفند 1395
آبان 1395
فروردین 1394
خرداد 1393
فروردین 1393
اسفند 1392
بهمن 1392
دی 1390
آذر 1390
تیر 1390
خرداد 1390
اردیبهشت 1390
بهمن 1389
دی 1389
اردیبهشت 1389
دی 1388
آبان 1388
شهریور 1388
مرداد 1388
تیر 1388
خرداد 1388
   
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