JournalJournal of Employee Assistance
PublisherEmployee Assistance Professional Association
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AbstractCritical incident response (CIR) has evolved to require a high level of cultural competence, customization, and adaptability to meet the needs of client organizations while incorporating clinical best practices and current research. The Critical Incident Outcome Measure (CIOM) is a timely and pioneering evidence-based evaluative tool developed by Morneau Shepell over the course of a four-year period. The CIOM tool, based on the Workplace Outcomes Suite (WOS) tool originally developed in 2010, was developed in 2016 [Herlihy et.al., 2018]; beta tests and modifications, along with the publication of a validation paper, were completed in 2017; further feedback was incorporated and an implementation plan developed in 2018; and full program implementation began in 2019.
CitationKannon, L., Quao, N., Streenstra, I. ( 2020). Critical incident outcome measure. Journal of Employee Assistance. Vol 50:(3). pp. 22-25.
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KeywordCritical Incident Outcome Measure (CIOM)
critical incident response
Workplace Outcome Suite (WOS)
World Health Organization
Identifier to cite or link to this itemhttp://hdl.handle.net/10713/13354
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