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Clinical Assessment of Anorexia Nervosa: The Morgan-Russell Outcome Assessment Schedule

  • H. G. Morgan (a1) and A. E. Hayward (a2)

Abstract

The Morgan-Russell outcome assessment schedule is described and statistically analysed with reference to two independent series of patients suffering from anorexia nervosa. The value of check lists and simple scaling of data is emphasised as one way of improving the standards of routine case-note documentation in clinical psychiatric practice.

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University Department of Mental Health, 41 St Michael's Hill, Bristol BS2 8DZ

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Morgan, H. G., Russell, G. F. M. (1975) Value of family background and clinical features as predictors of long term outcome in anorexia nervosa: four year follow-up study of 41 patients. Psychological Medicine, 5, 355371.

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Clinical Assessment of Anorexia Nervosa: The Morgan-Russell Outcome Assessment Schedule

  • H. G. Morgan (a1) and A. E. Hayward (a2)
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