Pre-Post Inventory (PPI)
The Pre-Post Inventory is a client (patient) treatment effectiveness or treatment outcome test. The Pre-Post Inventory is administered twice: at intake (pretest) screening and again at treatment completion (posttest). The pretest serves as the baseline for posttest comparison.
The Pre-Post Inventory is designed for pre-treatment and post-treatment comparison.
It is an “outcome” test that addresses client change.
The Pre-Post Inventory contains 161 items and can be completed in 30 minutes. It is a computer scored self-report test that is administered and scored on-site. Computer generated reports are available within 2½ minutes of data entry
The Pre-Post Inventory has eight scales (measures):
- Truthfulness Scale
- Alcohol Scale
- Anxiety Scale
- Drug Scale
- Distress Scale
- Depression Scale
- Self-Esteem Scale
- Stress Management Scale
The Pre-Post Inventory evaluates the client’s status in the here-and-now. Pre-Post Inventory scores reflect where the client is, when they are evaluated.
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