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The translation of the CORE-OM into Lithuanian has been completed as has initial psychometric exploration both led by Dr. Rima Viliūnienė from the University of Vilnius. The translation couldn’t have happened without support from Audronė Nemanienė, Laima Puteikytė, Ramunė Žilinskienė, Ieva Gaškaitė, Jan Hilbig and Lina Jurėnienė. PDFs of the CORE-OM translation are available (below) and those for the short forms should be available if I can ever find time to do the work involved. A paper on the highly reassuring psychometric properties has been published: Viliūnienė, R., Evans, C., Hilbig, J., Pakalniškienė, V., Danilevičiūtė, V., Laurinaitis, E., & Navickas, A. (2012). Translating the Clinical Outcomes in Routine Evaluation Outcome Measure (CORE-OM) into Lithuanian. Nordic Journal of Psychiatry, 67(5), 305–311. doi:10.3109/08039488.2012.745599.
- Download all the Lithuanian CORE-OM PDFs as a single zip file
- CORE-OM female gender
- CORE-OM male gender
- CORE-OM male gendered text but boxes for male or female
Contact and YP-CORE translation
Contact me if you want one of the short forms in Lithuanian and I will try to finish what you need quickly. Do also contact me if you might want to co-lead translation of the YP-CORE into Lithuanian. You might want to read Yassin, S., & Evans, C. (2021). A journey to improve Arabic‐speaking young peoples’ access to psychological assessment tools: It’s not just Google translate! Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, capr.12431. https://doi.org/10.1002/capr.12431 to learn more about the translation process, again, contact me if you can’t get that (it’s behind a paywall as, as we never charge for CORE instruments, we have no money for open access publication fees!)
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