health-related quality of life measure

health-related quality of life measure

Functional status measure, health status measure, quality of life measure Social medicine A patient outcome measure that extends beyond traditional measures of M&M, including dimensions such as physiology, function, social activity, cognition, emotion, sleep/rest, energy/vitality, health perception, general life satisfaction; some are also known as health status, functional status, or quality of life measures. See Quality of life.
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There is also a "Generic Instruments" browse option available for instruments that are not disease-specific, such as the fifteendimensional health-related quality of life measure (15D) and the Burden of Treatment Questionnaire (TBQ).
Evaluating bucal health-related quality of life measure for children and preadolescents with temporomandibular disorder.
Performance of a generic health-related quality of life measure in a clinic population with rheumatic disease.
Indeed, the more severely impaired patients were the ones whose outcomes appear most clinically relevant by showing a significant improvement on the Mental Health Component of the Medical Outcomes Study Short Form 36 health-related quality of life measure.
Oral health-related quality of life measures are being used in research on both children and adults.
Separate models were estimated based on distributions of health-related quality of life measures with normally distributed HRQOL values, polytomous ordinal responses of perceived general health status, and non-normal distributed unhealthy and healthy days scores.
Validity of two oral health-related quality of life measures.
Furthermore, health-related quality of life measures have tended to limit the quality of life components to the social, emotional and physical wellbeing of a patient following treatment and to the impact of disease and treatment.
Others examine the validity of theory-linked psychometric measures and empirical support for assessment tools including health-related quality of life measures, practical intelligence (not assessed in traditional IQ tests), and non-English versions of standard tests (e.
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