Compendium of Health Related Quality of Life
Pages: 1100 | Date: 2006 | ISBN: 9758571214 | Rared PDF File | Rapidshare&Depositfiles | 93 MB
This compendium is designed to enable and encourage practitioners to incorporate impact and effectiveness measures into their everyday work patterns. It is also designed to encourage more experienced practitioners to revisit the basics of evaluation. We recognise that time and money can restrict evaluations – this compendium serves as a reminder that measuring impact can be both simple and efficient. Practitioners who may find it useful include:
•Health planners and legislators
•Health policy makers
•Health improvement staff
•Project staff in healthy living centres
•Community development staff in statutory and voluntary sector organisations
•Researchers studying both health and social care
•Private sector businesses
The success of HRQOL studies highly depends on the choice of an appropriate instrument. Instruments must be selected according to the domains they measure and the populations and pathologies for which they are designed. Practical issues such as the availability of different translations, copyright issues, and access to instruments are also major factors affecting instrument choice. This compendium has been compiled based on these observations. This goal of this compendium is to provide all those involved in health care evaluation with a comprehensive and unique source of information on the available generic questionnaires.
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