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HoNOS for People with Intellectual Disability (HoNOS-ID)
The Health of the Nation Outcome Scales for People with Learning Disabilities (HoNOS-LD) has been used widely for 20 years, but like other original versions of the HoNOS family, has not been updated to reflect contemporary clinical practice. As well as its use in UK services, New Zealand have mandated the HoNOS-LD for routine monitoring and outcome measurement across their intellectual disability services at a national level.
Following on from the review of the HoNOS and HoNOS65+, the Royal College of Psychiatrists convened an advisory board with membership from the UK and New Zealand. The board consisted of multi-disciplinary professionals with expertise in working with people with intellectual disabilities and its aim was to propose amendments to the HoNOS-LD. Views and experience from the countries involved were used to produce a series of amendments intended to improve intra- and interrater reliability and improve validity, rather than a more radical revision. This update is called HoNOS-ID to reflect the changing nature of the population and services provided to meet their needs.
View the results of the review
Further work is now being undertaken looking at exploratory factor analysis; confirmatory factor analysis; internal consistency; test-retest reliability; sensitivity to change and inter-rater agreement.
View the final version of the revised tool
The Research and Development Department for Mental Health Services at Akershus University Hospital, Norway have been liaising with the College and have now published a translated version of the HoNOS 2018.
For further information please contact: Ketil Hanssen-Bauer MD, PhD, R&D Department, Division of Mental Health and Addiction, Akershus University Hospital, Norway. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Guidance on the use of HoNOS in Perinatal Mental Health Services
Whilst the Health of the Nation Outcome Scales (HoNOS) are easy to use in mainstream mental health services, some specialised services find it helpful to have additional guidance giving more specific glossary descriptions to guide the clinician.
We would like to thank the NHS Wales Perinatal Mental Health Network who have been working closely with the College to produce this newly published additional guidance on the use of the HoNOS in Perinatal Mental Health services.
HoNOS Older Adults: Assessment of Content Validity
Further to the publication of the HoNOS Older Adults (revised version of the original HoNOS65+), it was acknowledged that it was highly desirable that the perceived benefits of the changes be subjected to empirical testing. A study to evaluate the content validity of the HoNOS Older Adults has now concluded and the final report can be accessed at the link below. Content validity was identified as a priority because deficits in content validity can affect all other measurement properties.
The project was a collaboration between teams in Australia, England and New Zealand, and we would like to thank the Australian Mental Health Outcomes and Classification Network (AMHOCN) for leading and coordinating this work.
HoNOS (2018): Assessment of Content Validity
Following the publication of the HoNOS 2018, it was acknowledged that it was highly desirable that the perceived benefits of the changes be subjected to empirical testing. A study to evaluate the content validity of the HoNOS 2018 has now concluded and the final report can be accessed at the link below. Content validity was identified as a priority because deficits in content validity can affect all other measurement properties.
The project was a collaboration between teams in Australia, England and New Zealand, and we would like to thank the Australian Mental Health Outcomes and Classification Network (AMHOCN) for leading and coordinating this work.
The article that describes this work (“Assessing the Content Validity of the Revised Health of the Nation Outcome Scales (HoNOS 2018)") has been published in an International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health special issue, Instruments for Measuring Health
Since the publication of the Health of the Nation Outcome Scales (HoNOS) in 1996, they have demonstrated adequate reliability, validity, clinical utility and sensitivity to change. England, Australia, and New Zealand, have also mandated the HoNOS for routine monitoring and outcome measurement across their mental health services at a national level.
Whilst recognising this basic soundness, two decades of training, use and analysis, together with advances in psychiatry and mental health services, resulted in a recognition that updates to the glossary are required to improve use of the HoNOS. The Royal College of Psychiatrists (RCPsych) elected to undertake a limited review (rather than a full redevelopment and revalidation) that aimed to use expert opinion to improve the utility of the HoNOS: remaining true to its original aims and maintaining comparability with existing datasets, whilst improving rater experience by removing ambiguity and inconsistency in the glossary.
The Health of the Nation Outcome Scales for Elderly People (HoNOS65+) has been used widely for 20 years, but like the original version for working age adults, has not been updated to reflect contemporary clinical practice. Australia and New Zealand have mandated the HoNOS65+ for routine monitoring and outcome measurement across their older people’s mental health services at a national level. Use in England is more varied with many people using the tabulated version. The HoNOS65+ section has detailed information about the various versions available.
Following on from the review of the HoNOS, the Royal College of Psychiatrists invited additional members with expertise in working with older adults to join the advisory board, to propose amendments to the HoNOS65+. Views and experience from the countries involved were used to produce a series of amendments intended to improve intra- and interrater reliability and improve validity, rather than a more radical revision. This update is called HoNOS Older Adults to reflect the changing nature of the population and services provided to meet their needs.
In 1993 the UK Department of Health commissioned the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ Research Unit (CRU) to develop scales to measure the health and social functioning of people with severe mental illness. The initial aim was to provide a means of recording progress towards the Health of the Nation target ‘to improve significantly the health and social functioning of mentally ill people’
Development and testing over three years resulted in an instrument with 12 items measuring behaviour, impairment, symptoms and social functioning (Wing, Curtis & Beevor, 1996). The scales are completed after routine clinical assessments in any setting and have a variety of uses for clinicians, researchers and administrators, in particular health care commissioners and providers. The scales were developed using stringent testing for acceptability, usability, sensitivity, reliability and validity, and have been accepted by the NHS Executive Committee for Regulating Information Requirements for entry in the NHS Data Dictionary. The scales also form part of the English Minimum Data Set for Mental Health.
The use of HoNOS is recommended by the English National Service Framework for Mental Health and by the working group to the Department of Health on outcome indicators for severe mental illnesses.
HoNOS is the most widely used routine clinical outcome measure used by English mental health services. The CRU conducted a survey of NHS mental health services in England in 2000 and found 34 services had implemented the use of HoNOS in one or more service settings. A further survey by the Department of Health in 2002 found that 61 trusts were using HoNOS in their services with 5 having implemented the use of the scales across the whole service.
More information on training: HoNOS Working Age Adults training (pdf)
This training is available online. Please contact Emma George for details.
The Royal College of Psychiatrists which developed HoNOS, provides the following to support its implementation HoNOS supplies order form (pdf)
- Scoresheet An A4 sheet for recording background patient information and the HoNOS score.
- Glossaries A small, handy folding reference guides for the rating of HoNOS.
- Labels Self-adhesive score sheet labels to affix to case notes or other documents. There are nine labels on each A4 sheet.
Contact: Emma George via email@example.com
There are now a number of different versions of the HoNOS65+. The original HoNOS65+ was published in 1999. This version is mandated for use in Australia and New Zealand but use in England is more variable. Many Trusts use the HIG65+ version, a tabulated version of that originally published by the Royal College of Psychiatrists' College Research Unit. This was refined and clarified between 1997 and 1999 by members of the HoNOS65+ Development Group of the former Lewisham & Guy's Mental Health NHS Trust; the first Trust to fully implement HoNOS65+. In 2018, the RCPsych worked with colleagues in Australia and New Zealand to develop a revised version of the original HoNOS65+, called the HoNOS Older Adults.
- HoNoS Older Adults (2018)
- HoNOS65+ tabulated version 3 (pdf)
- Spanish version of HoNOS65+ glossary (pdf)
- Spanish self-rating version of HoNOS65+ (pdf)
- Dutch version of HoNOS65+ glossary (pdf)
- French version of HoNOS65+ glossary (pdf)
- Greek version of HoNOS65+ glossary (pdf)
- Italian version of HoNOS65+ glossary (pdf)
- HONOS 65+
All of these version consist of the same 12 scales that are used to rate older adult mental health service users. Together, they rate various aspects of mental and social health, each on a scale of 0-4. They are designed to be used by clinicians before and after interventions, so that changes attributable to the interventions (outcomes) can be measured. The scales are as follows:
- Behavioural disturbance
- Non-accidental self injury
- Problem drinking or drug use Cognitive problems
- Problems related to physical illness or disability
- Problems associated with hallucinations and/or delusions or false beliefs
- Problems associated with depressive symptoms
- Other mental and behavioural problems
- Problems with social or supportive relationships
- Problems with activities of daily living
- Overall problems with living conditions
- Problems with work and leisure activities - quality of day time environment
Each scale is rated as follows:
- No problem
- Minor problem that is non-clinical: i.e. would not normally lead to intervention
- Mild problem (that would justify intervention
- Moderate problem
- Severe problem
Contact: Emma George via firstname.lastname@example.org
Health of the Nation Outcome Scales for Children and Adolescents was developed for children and adolescents (under the age of 18) in contact with mental health services. The use of HoNOSCA has been fully supported by the Department of Health and was employed in the Audit Commission survey of child and adolescent mental health services in 1998.
- HoNOSCA glossary (pdf)
Contact: Emma George via email@example.com
HoNOS-secure version 2b is the latest version of what was previously known as HoNOS-MDO*. It is specifically designed for use in health and social care settings such as secure psychiatric, prison health care and related forensic services, including those based in the community. Parts of the original HoNOS can be hard to interpret in secure settings, and this scale meets that need.
In 2002, Dr Philip Sugarman and Lorraine Walker developed the first version of HoNOS-secure within St Andrew’s Group of Hospitals. (St Andrew’s Group of Hospitals is now known as St Andrew’s Healthcare). The ‘MDO scale’ was developed into 7 security scales so that the completed score sheet provided a profile of 19 severity ratings, a total HoNOS score and a separate security score. The title was changed from ‘MDO’ (Mentally Disordered Offenders) to ‘secure’ to include all users of secure services.
HoNOS-secure version 2 was developed in late 2004 by simplifying the original instructions and making some changes to the wording of the security scales (based on detailed feedback from users and a review of rating reliability). The aim was to create a more ‘user friendly’ tool. In version 2b, developed February 2007, the scales are unchanged but the instructions have been simplified based on feedback received at training sessions.
The 7 security rating scales are:
- A = risk of harm to adults or children
- B = risk of self-harm (deliberate or accidental)
- C = need of building security to prevent physical escape
- D = need for a safely staffed living environment
- E = need for escort on leave (beyond the secure perimeter)
- F = risk to individual from others
- G = need for risk management procedures.
Like the previous versions, HoNOS-secure version 2b is not a risk assessment tool. It allows the outcome of clinical risk assessment to be rated in terms of need for care and need for clinical risk management procedures.
*HoNOS-MDO consisted of an amended version of the 12 original HoNOS scales and a single ‘MDO scale’ that set out the overall need for level of secure care. It was piloted by the Kent Forensic Psychiatric Service across Regional Secure Units in the South Thames Region. Results showed a very high inter-rater reliability and also good reliability in using HoNOS and HoNOS-MDO interchangeably in those settings.
HoNOS-Secure glossary and scoresheet
Contact: Sanjith Kamath, Executive Medical Director via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Health of the Nation Outcome Scales for People with Learning Disabilities are designed for use with people with a learning disability with mental health needs irrespective of the degree of their disability. HoNOS-LD has been tested for inter-rater reliability, convergent reliability, validity to change and acceptability in a national pilot study. Results demonstrate a good inter-rater reliability and a level of sensitivity to change that was acceptable to clinicians working in the field.
- HoNOS-LD Training flyer (pdf)
Contact: Emma George on 020 3701 2611 or via email@example.com.
Health of the Nation Outcome Scales for Acquired Brain Injury was derived largely from HoNOS65+ by a group of brain injury psychiatrists interested in developing a version HoNOS more suited for this group of people.
Contact: Emma George firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Wing, J.K., Curtis, R.H. & Beevor, A.S. (1996) HoNOS: Health of the Nation Outcome Scales: Report on Research and Development July 1993-December 1995. London: Royal College of Psychiatrists.
Copyright in the Health of the Nation Outcome Scales (HoNOS, HoNOS 2018, HoNOS 65+, HoNOS OA, HoNOSCA , HoNOS LD and HoNOS ABI) is owned by the Royal College of Psychiatrists. Commercial copying, renting, and adaptation are prohibited.
The following acts may not be performed without the consent of the Royal College of Psychiatrists:
• Copying the work
• Renting or otherwise issuing copies of the work to the public.
This guidance is intended to clarify what extensions to these conditions the Royal College of Psychiatrists (RCPsych) will allow and under what circumstances they expect to be approached to gain explicit permission.
- Health of the Nation Outcome Scales (HoNOS) © Royal College of Psychiatrists 1996
- Health of the Nation Outcome Scales (HoNOS 2018) © Royal College of Psychiatrists 2018
- Health of the Nation Outcome Scales for Elderly People (HoNOS 65+) © Royal College of Psychiatrists 1999
- Health of the Nation Outcome Scales (Older Adults) © Royal College of Psychiatrists 2018
- Health of the Nation Outcome Scales for Children and Adolescents (HoNOSCA) © Royal College of Psychiatrists 1999
- Health of the Nation Outcome Scales for Acquired Brain Injury (HoNOS ABI) © Royal College of Psychiatrists 1999
- Health of the Nation Outcome Scales for People with Learning Disabilities HoNOS-LD (2002)
The HoNOS glossaries and scoresheets
The RCPsych does not permit the reproduction or copying of the HoNOS glossaries and/or scoresheets for profit.
The RCPsych allows without express permission the free use, copy and reproduction of HoNOS glossaries and/or scoresheets for use in NHS-funded care.
The RCPsych allows without express permission NHS organisations and other providers of NHS funded care to include HoNOS glossaries and/or scoresheets in electronic healthcare records and other computerised clinical systems.
Where possible, original fonts and layouts should be used.
Use, copy or reproduction of HoNOS scoresheets and/or glossaries for any other purpose should be with the explicit permission of the RCPsych. The inclusion of HoNOS within commercial ‘for profit’ software systems will require the explicit permission/license of the RCPsych.
Written HoNOS training materials
The RCPsych allows the copying and reproduction of training materials supplied as part of its accredited training only within the organisations who have commissioned that training. All other organisations should seek the explicit permission of the RCPsych to undertake any reproduction, issuing copies to the public or making adaptations in any way.
Other HoNOS publications
The permission of the RCPsych should be sought to undertake any acts associated with copyright law in relation to any other HoNOS publications of the RCPsych.
To request special permission contact: email@example.com
For any technical queries about the outcomes and casemix collections in public mental health services for Australia: Rosemary Dickson, Network Coordinator, Australian Mental Health Outcomes and Classification Network (AMHOCN) on Rosemary.Dickson@health.nsw.gov.au or Tim Coombs, AMHOCN Consultant on firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Mental Health Clustering Tool
The MHCT has been developed in partnership between the Department of Health, the Royal College of Psychiatrists Centre for Advanced Learning and Conferences and the Care Pathways and Packages Project (CPPP) as a means of allocating clients to Care Clusters which in turn supports care planning and enables Mental Health Payment by Results (MH PbR). The MHCT retains the Health of the Nation Outcome Scales (HoNOS) and thus supports providers and commissioners in measuring health and social care outcomes in mental health without the need to collect additional data.
HoNOS was published by the Royal College of Psychiatrists (RCPsych) in 1996 and is now the most widely used outcome measure in specialist mental health services in England and overseas. The RCPsych has over 20 years experience of training clinical staff in the use of the HoNOS, working with staff teams to train them as trainers and with Trusts to develop and support Trust wide training and implementation plans.
To support mental health service providers and commissioners in implementing MH PbR, the following training courses are available:
- Mental Health Clustering Tool – Foundation One Day Training Course. Delivered directly to all staff who will be involved in assessment and clustering
- Mental Health Clustering Tool – Train the Trainers Two Day Course. Designed to help organisations train staff and implement MHCT . For organisations which have no previous experience of using HoNOS
- Mental Health Clustering Tool – Train the Trainers Course One Day Update Course. Designed to help organisations train staff and implement MHCT. For organisations which HAVE previous experience of using HoNOS
- Bespoke courses on request to suit your specific organisational needs (NB. HoNOS only training courses are available on request)
More information on training: Mental Health Clustering Tool (pdf)
Contact: Emma George on email@example.com