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Quality of Life Scales

quality-of-life scales

quality-of-life scales

A simple scale for assessing quality of life in patients with seizure disorders: The Texas quality of life scale

DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING OF THE FAMILY QUALITY OF LIFE IN DEMENTIA SCALE

Measuring quality of life in women with endometriosis: tests of data quality, score reliability, response rate and scaling assumptions of the Endometriosis Health Profile Questionnaire

The development and preliminary validation of a scale measuring the impact of syncope on quality of life

Patient-Reported Quality-of-Life Outcomes of Breast Reduction Evaluated with Generic Questionnaires and the Breast Reduction Assessed Severity Scale

The Short Health Scale: A valid and reliable measure of health related quality of life in English speaking inflammatory bowel disease patients

Examination of the Philadelphia Geriatric Morale Scale as a Subjective Quality-of-Life Measure in Elderly Hong Kong Chinese

Quality of life in multiple sclerosis: development and validation of the «RAYS» Scale and comparison with the SF-36

P162 Quality of life in inflammatory bowel disease: What does the Short Health Scale actually measure?

258 Comparing Post-hospitalization Global Health Scale Assessments in Male and Female Adult Burn Patients for Quality of Life

Brief Report: Assessing the Impact of Rating Scale Type, Types of Items, and Age on the Measurement of School-Age Children’s Self-Reported Quality of Life

Validation of the Functional Assessment of Cancer Therapy-General (FACT-G) Scale for Measuring the Health-related Quality of Life in Korean Women with Breast Cancer

B-48A Longitudinal Comparison of the Traumatic Brain Injury Quality of Life (TBI-QOL) Scale from the Sub-Acute Recovery Period to 1-Year Following Mild-Moderate Traumatic Brain Injury

 

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Several alternative measurement scales or survey instruments have been used to arrive at numerical scores for quality of life. These include the activity status index developed at Duke University (Durham, North Carolina), which assesses physical function; the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine questionnaires for angina and dyspnea; the Medical Outcomes Study short form general health questionnaire; the Quality of Well-being Scale; the sickness impact profile; and several others. Most are variations on the theme of asking specific questions about what people can do and how they feel about it, in relation to the presence or absence of specific symptoms. See also health-related quality of life.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.


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