Kristian P. Nitsch, Jessica Pedersen, Alexandra Miliotto, Brett Petersen, Samantha Robbins, Ana Garcia, Molly Ansel Hoisington, Kimberly J. The, Jill Smiley, Timothy Janikowski; My Vocational Situation (MVS): Case Example and Psychometric Review. Am J Occup Ther 2017;71(2):7102405010p1-7102405010p4. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2017.025288.
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This case report provides an overview of the psychometric properties and clinical utility of the My Vocational Situation (MVS) instrument. The accompanying hypothetical case description illustrates how clinicians could use the MVS to evaluate vocational preferences and outcomes and how the MVS can be used to inform treatment planning and rehabilitation decision making. The information contained in this report is intended to familiarize clinicians with the administration and scoring of the MVS, the psychometric information necessary to interpret results obtained from the MVS, and how the results could be used to provide comprehensive, patient-centered care. It is important to note that the information provided represents only a sample of the available research literature on the MVS.
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