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Ankylosing Spondylitis Quality of Life

The Ankylosing Spondylitis Quality of Life questionnaire is a patient-reported outcome measure which assesses the quality of life of patients with ankylosing spondylitis. The ASQoL is based on the needs-based quality of life model. It is a self-administered questionnaire which contains 18 items and takes up to four minutes to complete. Developed by Galen Research and published in 2003, the ASQoL has been used in clinical studies worldwide. The content for the measure was drawn from qualitative interviews that were conducted with ankylosing spondylitis AS patients. The draft version of the ...

Bailey-Boushay House

Bailey-Boushay House, founded June 24, 1992, is an inpatient long-term care facility and outpatient day health program for people with HIV/AIDS in Seattle, Washington, USA. It is an affiliate of Virginia Mason Medical Center.

Medidata Solutions

Medidata Solutions is an American technology company that develops and markets software as a service for clinical trials. These include protocol development, clinical site collaboration and management; randomization and trial supply management; capturing patient data through web forms, mobile health devices, laboratory reports, and imaging systems; quality monitor management; safety event capture; and monitoring and business analytics. Headquartered in New York City, Medidata has locations in China, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Medidatas custome ...

Oxford Hip Score

The Oxford Hip Score is a standard patient-reported outcome measure, or PROM, developed to assess function and pain in patients undergoing total hip replacement surgery, particularly in the context of clinical trials. The OHS has also been used for the assessment of patient outcomes, including physical therapy, and use of joint supplements

Oxford knee score

The Oxford Knee Score is a Patient Reported Outcome questionnaire that was developed to specifically assess the patients perspective of outcome following Total Knee Arthroplasty. The OKS has subsequently been validated for use in assessing other non-surgical therapies applied to those suffering from issues with the knee. The OKS consists of twelve questions covering function and pain associated with the knee. It was designed and developed by researchers within the department of Public Health and Primary Health Care at the University of Oxford in association with surgical colleagues at the ...

Quality of Life in Depression Scale

The Quality of Life In Depression Scale is a disease specific patient-reported outcome which assesses the impact that depression has on a patients quality of life. It is a 34 item self rated questionnaire which consists of dichotomous response questions, with the response being either True/Not True or Yes/No. It is scored binomially 0-1 and high scores on the QLDS indicated a lower quality of life.

Self-report inventory

A self-report inventory is a type of psychological test in which a person fills out a survey or questionnaire with or without the help of an investigator. Self-report inventories often ask direct questions about personal interests, values, symptoms, behaviors, and traits or personality types. Inventories are different from tests in that there is no objectively correct answer; responses are based on opinions and subjective perceptions. Most self-report inventories are brief and can be taken or administered within five to 15 minutes, although some, such as the Minnesota Multiphasic Personali ...

                                     

ⓘ Patient reported outcome measures

  • patient - reported outcome PRO is a health outcome directly reported by the patient who experienced it. It stands in contrast to an outcome reported by
  • The Patient Reported Outcome Indices for Multiple Sclerosis PRIMUS is a disease specific patient - reported outcome questionnaire which measures the quality
  • An electronic patient - reported outcome ePRO is a patient - reported outcome that is collected by electronic methods. ePRO methods are most commonly used
  • experience measures PREMs are, akin to patient - reported outcome measures PROMs questionnaires completed by the patient to assess their experience. These
  • Score OHS is a standard patient - reported outcome PRO measure or PROM, developed to assess function and pain in patients undergoing total hip replacement
  • Children - 2 PSYCHLOPS State - Trait Anxiety Inventory Self - report study Affect measures Patient - reported outcome Aiken, L. R. 2002 Psychological Testing and Assessment
  • Hypertension Outcome Review CAMPHOR is a disease specific patient - reported outcome measure which assesses quality of life of patients with pulmonary
  • These surveys are patient - reported outcome measures may be questionnaires or surveys, and may be used to evaluate patient satisfaction, symptoms, disease
  • Scale ALIS measure is a disease specific patient reported outcome questionnaire which assesses the impact that asthma has on a patient s quality of
  • conceptual equivalence, and content validity of translations of patient - reported outcome PRO measures Most usually, linguistic validation refers to a process
  • change in a treatment outcome that an individual patient would identify as important and which would indicate a change in the patient s management. Over