Psychosocial Risk Assessment in Pediatrics
The Psychosocial Risk Assessment in Pediatrics (PRAP) is a validated screening tool, developed by a team at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, designed to assess pediatric patients' risk for experiencing distress during health care encounters.
It includes a database that stores, organizes, and analyzes psychosocial data, and also features benchmarking capability, enabling comparison of PRAP data with other facilities.
Purchasing a PRAP license gives a program access to PRAP materials, as well as a site-specific data repository for historic PRAP scores that can be used to track patient vulnerability trends.
Benefits of the PRAP Tool
A few of the top benefits of the PRAP tool include:
Established interview questions help predict which patients are more likely to experience psychological distress from a health care encounter and provide insight that can target specific patient issues and guide selection of the most appropriate interventions.
The PRAP can assist clinicians with identifying patients more at risk for long-term negative effects from health care.
The PRAP can also serve as an efficient and cost-effective approach to determine how psychosocial resources and staffing might be allocated to meet the greatest need.
Steps to Licensing the PRAP
The following steps outline how to purchase a license of the PRAP tool.
Questions? Email PRAP@cchmc.org
The following outlines the pricing to license the PRAP tool.Purchase a License