At King's College London (new in 2023), we are compiling an anonymised PSYCHLOPS database sourcing research data from multiple UK, European and global studies. This database will be a resource for wider quantitative and qualitative analyses.
World Health Organisation: WHO are now using PSYCHLOPS as an outcome measure as part of their ‘Problem Management Plus’ intervention: http://www.who.int/mental_health/emergencies/problem_management_plus/en/ Several international publications have described and evaluated this programme, including the role of PSYCHLOPS in measuring change following the WHIO mental health intervention.
A large clinical trial in Kenya and Pakistan concludes that PSYCHLOPS (July 2019) may help ensure that healthcare systems recognise psychological distress as a condition requiring attention. The full article can be found here.
The Italian Society of Hospital and Territorial Psychology Services (SIPSOT) have been working on Routine Outcomes Monitoring in Italy and have just published a new book containing Italian translations of PSYCHLOPS and CORE-OM:Evaluation of the outcome of psychological treatments. Operational tools for clinical practice, by Guido Rocca: http://www.sipsot.it/Volumi/volume_2018/volume_2018.htm
The Norwich Centre use PSYCHLOPS (May 2019): a study by Rhianna Broadway, Dr Richard Doyle, Nellie Ford and Dr Caroline Kitcatt used PSYCHLOPS to evaluate the effectiveness of counselling in adult clients. See their presentation to the 25th Annual British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy conference here.