Dr Steve Moss PhD

Moss-PAS (ID) Interview Score Forms

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Moss-PAS (ID) Interview Score Forms in packs of 20, for use with the Moss-PAS (ID) Interview handbook. (formerly known as the Mini PAS-ADD interview hand book).

Number of Packs Total Cost
Pack of 20 £60.00
Pack of 40 £118.00
Pack of 60 £174.00
Pack of 80 £224.00
Pack of 100 £275.00

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Description

Moss-PAS (ID) Interview Score Forms are intended to be used for recording the ratings and other details of The Moss-PAS (ID).

The Moss-PAS (ID) Interview Score Form enables two different clinical episodes to be rated on the same form. This is important if the person has a fluctuating mood disorder, or if it is otherwise suspected that the individual has changed significantly from one time period to another.

This score form must be completed in conjunction with the Moss-PAS (ID), and the accompanying glossary.

The Moss-PAS (ID) and Score Forms (Formerly known as Mini PAS_ADD) have both been fully revised and are now compliant with both ICD-11 and DSM-5.

Audience

The Moss-PAS (ID) is for trained raters only. Scores produced by untrained raters are likely to be invalid. See the Moss-PAS (ID) Interview, or www.moss-pas.com for details of training requirements.

Details

ISBN: 9781912755295
Publisher: Pavilion Publishing and Media
Publication: 23 November 2016

For full information about validity and reliability, together with sample pages to view or a digital version of this Moss-PAS assessment tool please visit www.mosspas.com. 

Author

Dr Steve Moss has worked for 30 years in disability research, initially in the fields of children with visual impairment and children’s motor development, and subsequently in the areas of intellectual disability and mental health assessment.

His work on development of the PASADD system, now entitled Moss-PAS (Moss Psychiatric Assessment), is particularly well known, and these assessments are now used in many countries throughout the world.

Dr Moss has published over 80 articles, chapters, books and assessments, and has trained several thousand people around the work in use of the Moss-PAS (PAS-ADD) system.

He worked for 20 years at the Hester Adrian Research Centre, Manchester University, and later at the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London, where he continues to have an honorary post.

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