nView’s monitoring solutions offer clinicians and researchers the ability to track progress and measure outcomes along the way.
Track what is going on with patients and research subjects throughout treatment or studies with nView monitoring solutions.
Surveys can be created and sent automatically to capture data needed for reporting or for ensuring patients are progressing as planned.
nView monitoring solutions incorporate a wide variety of tracking scales, including the Sheehan Scales, to help you measure and monitor progress.
How nView Sheehan Scales Help Outcomes
By monitoring individuals during treatment or throughout a research study, clinicians and researchers are able to positively impact a person’s progress.
Sheehan Disability Scale
The Sheehan Disability Scale (SDS) is a composite of three self-rated items designed to measure the extent to which three major sectors in the patient’s life are impaired by symptoms. This scale has been used in randomized controlled trials in psychiatry and medicine, and in health economic research.
This anchored discretized visual analog scale uses visual-spatial, numeric, and verbal descriptive anchors simultaneously to assess disability across three domains: work, social life, and family life.
Sheehan Suicidality Tracking Scale
The Sheehan Suicidality Tracking Scale (S-STS) assesses the seriousness of suicidal thoughts, plans, intent, impulses, hallucinations, preparatory behaviors, and suicide attempts.
It can be used as a patient self-report or as a clinician-administered rating scale that tracks treatment-emergent suicidal ideation and behaviors. It may also be a psychometric instrument designed to be sensitive to change and to discriminate drug from placebo in randomized trials.