Health of the Nation Outcome Scale (Working Age Adults)

The Health of the Nation Outcome Scale (Working Age Adults) (HoNOS (Working Age Adults)) is a means of measuring the health and social functioning of people of working age with severe mental illness.

Description

The Health of the Nation Outcome Scale (Working Age Adults) is an  ASSESSMENT TOOL.

The Health of the Nation Outcome Scale (Working Age Adults)  (HoNOS (Working Age Adults)) is a means of measuring the health and social functioning of people of working age with severe mental illness.  It is assessed by a CARE PROFESSIONAL.

The allowed responses for each of the 12 ratings in the Health of the Nation Outcome Scale (Working Age Adults)  are as follows:

  • 0 - No problem

  • 1 - Minor problem requiring no action

  • 2 - Mild problem but definitely present

  • 3 - Moderately severe problem

  • 4 - Severe to very severe problem

  • 9 - Not known

For further information on Health of the Nation Outcome Scale (Working Age Adults), see the Royal College of Psychiatrists  website at: Health of the Nation Outcome Scales (HoNOS): HoNOS (Working age adults).

Also Known As

This NHS business definition is also known by these names:

Context Alias
Plural Health of the Nation Outcome Scales (Working Age Adults)
Short name HoNOS (Working Age Adults)

Where Used

Type Link How used
Attribute ASSESSMENT TOOL TYPE references in description Health of the Nation Outcome Scale (Working Age Adults)
NHS Business Definition Adult Mental Health Clustering Tool references in description Health of the Nation Outcome Scale (Working Age Adults)
NHS Business Definition Forensic Mental Health Clustering Tool references in description Health of the Nation Outcome Scale (Working Age Adults)
NHS Business Definition Health of the Nation Outcome Scale (Working Age Adults) references in description Health of the Nation Outcome Scale (Working Age Adults)