ABout this Project
When Dr. Eric Youngtrom and Dr. Mian Li Ong started HGAPS in 2016, the first projects aimed to address the gap of information about evidence-based assessment (EBA) on the internet. In order to address this research-to-practice gap, HGAPS has put a wide variety of information related to EBA on Wikipedia and Wikiversity aimed at making it easier for clinicians to find and use EBA. Click through the links below to see some of our work in this area.
Links to Resources
- Evidence Based Assessment: this is the homepage for all of our EBA information. The four pages listed below are part of an ecosystem of pages taking clinicians and students through the EBA process.
- Portfolio List: this is a list of all of the EBA portfolios HGAPS has created that details the assessment process by disorder and gives resources.
- Vignettes: this is list of all the vignettes HGAPS has created to address the assessment process for real, complex cases. This aims to help clinicians and students learn how the assessment process can be applied to real-life cases.
- Assessment Pages on Wikiversity: this is a list of some of the assessment pages HGAPS has created on Wikiversity that give information and resources for using different assessments. HGAPS has worked to expand the information available on the internet about specific, highly-rated evidence-based assessments.
- Translations: this is a link to a Trello dashboard that contains PDFs of translated assessments for clinicians to use for free.