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Andrew Molodynski, Consultant Psychiatrist, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust,
OCTET â€” Department of Psychiatry
Research Team: Tom Burns, Jorun Rugkåsa (OCTET Manager), Andrew Molodynski, Krysia Canvin, Stephen Puntis, Tanya Smith, Francis Vergunst , Julia Sinclair, Maria Vazquez-Montes
If you want to know more, please contact us: Jorun Rugkåsa (Research Fellow, Trial Manager), University Department of Psychiatry, Warneford Hospital, Oxford, OX3 7JX, firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel 01865 613171 Andrew Molodynski (Consultant Psychiatrist), Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust.
Hogrefe Ltd â€“ Specialist Psychometric Assessment Publishers in Occupational & Clinical Psychology
Newly validated in the UK under the direction of Oxford-based consultant psychiatrist Andrew Molodynski, the Mini-ICF-APP Social Functioning Scale is designed for adults with mental health disorders of all types, and of varying degrees of disability.
"Measurement of the impairment resulting from mental health problems is absolutely crucial in helping to deal with the problem - we need to intervene, and to do it effectively," says Molodynski
Our interview with author Andrew Molodynski
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Interview with Andrew Molodynski
We sat down with Andrew Molodynski
, one of the authors of the newly-translated and validated (UK) Mini-ICF-APP Social Functioning Scale
, and spoke with him about his
involvement in the assessment and the ways in which it can help clinicians dealing with the growing global issue of mental illness.
Andrew Molodynski is the consultant psychiatrist and team leader of a Community Mental Health Team in Oxfordshire and has also been part of the Social Psychiatry Groupat the Oxford University Department of Psychiatry for a number of years.
research interests include the organisation of psychiatric services and the social functioning of those with severe mental health problems.