Compendium of Quality of Life Instruments Volumes 1-5

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The Compendium places an important resource in your department or library. Because every quality of life study is unique, instruments were chosen to reflect varying user requirements. In this way the user is able to target varying populations and patients suffering from differing conditions. Questionnaires cover a broad spectrum of disorders, with sections devoted specifically to caregivers, children, the elderly, women and economic measures.

Each instrument is supplemented by a detailed Data Sheet of supportive information to facilitate access to what is considered to be the most important data on each instrument. To see a list of Contents, please click on the pdf link below.
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Foreword

Preface

Development of the Compendium of Quality of Life Instruments

A Practical Guide to Health-related Quality of Life Measurements

PART 1
General Quality of Life Assessment Instruments

PART 2
Disease Specific Quality of Life Assessment Instruments
Section 2A
Anxiety and Depression (Stress)
Section 2B
Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Diseases (Back Pain; Joint Disease; Osteoarthritis; Rheumatoid Arthritis; Spondylitis)
Section 2C
Cancer (Bone Marrow Transplantation; Breast Cancer; Lung Cancer; Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma; Radiation Therapy)
Section 2D
Cardiovascular Diseases (Hypertension)
Section 2E
Cerebrovascular and Other Vascular Diseases (Stroke; Varicose Veins)
Section 2F
Dementia
Section 2G
Endocrine Diseases (Diabetes)
Section 2H
Gastrointestinal Diseases (Dyspepsia; Inflammatory Bowel Disease; Peptic Diseases)
Section 2I
HIV / AIDS (Anorexia; Cachexia)
Section 2J
Hospice and Palliative Care (Pain; Terminal Care)
Section 2K
Neurological Diseases (Epilepsy; Multiple Sclerosis; Parkinson’s Disease)
Section 2L
Psychosocial and Mental Disorders (Hopelessness; Mood States; Need Assessment; Patient Attitude; Patient Satisfaction; Pleasure; Psychosocial Adjustment; Psychosocial Behaviour and Functioning; Psychiatric Disorders)
Section 2M
Rehabilitation (Activities of Daily Living; Functional Independence)
Section 2N
Renal Diseases (Kidney Disease; End Stage Renal Disease)
Section 2O
Respiratory Diseases (Asthma; Dyspnoea; Obstructive Pulmonary Disease)

PART 3
Specific Groups Quality of Life Assessment Instruments
Section 3A
Caregivers (Informal Caregivers)
Section 3B
Children (Depression; Functional Independence; Psychological Health and Well-being)
Section 3C
Elderly (Activities of Daily Living)
Section 3D
Women (Menopause; Menorrhagia; Pregnancy)

PART 4
Economic Specific Quality of Life Indices
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Edited by Professor Sam Salek, Centre for Socioeconomic Research at the University of Wales, Cardiff.
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