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Battery for Health Improvement 2

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Product Description

The BHI 2 is designed to present a concise, co-ordinated assessment of the biopsychosocial issues and can help caregivers shape an appropriate treatment plan, reduce treatment time and improve a patient's quality of life. Requiring only 30-45 minutes to administer, the BHI 2 test helps measure numerous outcomes, including reduction of pain, improvement in function and satisfaction with care.

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Pay-per-use reporting

Customers wishing to administer and score this assessment onscreen, can now pay per-report, giving you the flexibility to pay as the assessment is used.

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Q-global BHI 2 Profile Report
£16.80 inc VAT
Q-global BHI 2 Interpretive Report
£30.60 inc VAT
Q-global BHI 2 Enhanced Interpretive Report
£36.00 inc VAT

Key Information


Assessment of validity, physical symptoms, psychological, character, environment, and social factors that can impact medical treatment.


Daniel Bruns

John Mark Disorbio

Publication Year


Age Range

18 years to 65 years old


Individual - 30 to 45 minutes

Qualification Code


£14.00 (Reports from)
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