Working closely together, we have developed PCMIS HE to meet the specific needs of student support and wellbeing services within the HE sector. The University of York is a registered charity and PCMIS HE is not for profit.
Our vision is to provide a flexible case management system, that is fit for purpose, aimed to improve the quality of life and wellbeing of individuals using proven evidence based research.
Evidence Based Research
A unique aspect of PCMIS HE is that the integrated clinical support tools are constantly evolving. PCMIS HE continually
develops and changes in line with the latest technology and research. PCMIS HE evolves
through a 4-step cycle involving collaboration with research teams at the University to develop new clinical support tools, empirical testing of new features and the involvement of practitioners and
researchers in testing the utility of these new features.
Development of New Science
In addition to established case management features, PCMIS HE is designed to support cutting-edge
research activity, and has been used to gather data as part of randomised
controlled trials, observational cohort studies and large-scale data mining projects. The
systemís ability to gather granular item-level data as well as aggregated population
data makes it a flexible and powerful tool for the investigation of psychotherapy
delivered in routine practice.
PCMIS HE benefits
Over the course of a 12 month period, the Open Door Team at the University of York experienced:
Improved tracking and management of students
Reduced admin time and paperwork
Efficient team management
A demonstrable value in the use of the service
To find out how PCMIS HE can help your team, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or drop us a line on 01904 321322
(select Option 2 on the automated menu).
The PCMIS Story
PCMIS was pioneered by the University of York's Mental Health Research Group that models, develops, measures and tests new ways of organising treatment for people with mental health problems.
Our service desk provides dedicated support by phone: 01904 321322 and email. We provide flexible system training and documentation to end-users. We frequently upgrade and improve PCMIS in line with your service requirements.