Schedule of Recent Events

Schedule of Recent Events (SRE),

(sked'yūl rē'sent ē-vents'),
Based on work by Holmes and Rahe, significant recent life events are assigned a numeric value of life change units as a measurement of life stress; the higher score indicates a greater impact on the affected patient.
See also: Rahe-Holmes social readjustment rating scale, Recent Life Changes Questionnaire, stress, stressors.
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At the time of enrollment, parents completed FACES II, [24-26] Schedule of Recent Events, [27] Family APGAR, [28] and family demographic information.
The Schedule of Recent Events (SRE) of Holmes and Rahell is a self-report questionnaire that measures the number of recent events-such as a death in the family, divorce, financial changes, change in employment status-that have happened over a set period.
Neither the Family APGAR nor the Holmes and Rahe Schedule of Recent Events showed any significant correlation with the development of influenza B infection.

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