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Health Outcome Measures

Subcategories of "Health Outcome Measures "  

EORTC-8D

Calculating QALYs from the EORTC QLQ-C30

The EORTC-8D provides a means for using the EORTC QLQ-C30 in economic evaluation by estimating a condition-specific preference-based single index measure for health from these data using general population values. The EORTC-8D allows the analyst to obtain quality adjusted life years (QALYs) from the EORTC-QLQ-C30 for use in cost utility analysis.

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SF-6D

Calculating QALYs from the SF-36 and SF-12

The SF-6D provides a means for using the SF-36 and SF-12 in economic evaluation by estimating a preference-based single index measure for health from these data using general population values. The SF-6D allows the analyst to obtain quality adjusted life years (QALYs) from the SF-36 for use in cost utility analysis.

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OIQOL

Calculating quality of life for children with Osteogenesis Imperfecta

The OIQoL is a paediatric disease specific quality of life measure specifically for children with Osteogenesis Imperfecta.  The OIQoL is suitable for 6-18 year olds and is completed by the child. 

The questionnaire has six dimensions; being safe and careful, reduced function, fatigue, pain, fear and life skills, and a total of 33-items.

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CHU-9D

Measuring health and calculating QALYs for children and adolescents.

The CHU9D is a paediatric generic preference-based measure of health-related quality of life suitable for 7 to 17 year olds. It consists of a short questionnaire and a set of preference weights using general population values. The questionnaire has 9 questions with 5 response levels per question and is self-completed by the child. There are the original UK English questionnaire and Chinese, Spanish, Welsh, Dutch, Italian, Japanese and Danish translations available.

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OAB-5D

Preference based health outcome measure for Over active bladder

The OAB-5D provides a means for using the OABq in economic evaluation by estimating a preference-based single index measure for health from these data using general population values. The OAB-5D allows the analyst to obtain quality adjusted life years (QALYs) from the OABq for use in cost utility analysis.

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KHQ Scoring Algorithm

Preference based scoring algorithms for KHQ questionnaire for calculating QALYs

 The algorithm presented here provides a means of converting the King's Health Questionnaire  into a preference-based single index measure of health that can be used to obtain quality adjusted life years (QALYs) from KHQ data for use in cost utility analysis.

 

 

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SPVU-5D

Preference based utility instrument for venous ulcers

The SPVU-5D is a new condition-specific preference-based measure of health related quality of life for use in the assessment of the impact of venous ulceration.  It has five dimensions encompassing physical, psychological and social aspects.  The dimensions have between three and five levels. Preference-weights and a scoring algorithm were produced based on valuations from the UK population

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ReQoL

Recovering Quality of Life

Recovering Quality of Life (ReQoL) has been developed to assess the quality of life of people with different mental health conditions. ReQoL is a brief outcome measure focusing on the process of recovery for users of mental health services and captures the concerns of service users on their quality of life. The ReQoL measures are generic and can be used across all mental health populations including common mental health problems, severe and complex, and psychotic disorders. They are suitable for mental health populations aged 16 and over in primary, secondary, and tertiary care. 

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CAT-QoL

The CAT-QoL is a paediatric disease-specific measure of health related quality of life.

The CAT-QoL is a paediatric disease-specific measure of health related quality of life. This has been developed with children aged between 4- 7 years  with amblyopia. The items (questions) are based on interviews with over 50 children who had (or previously had) amblyopia. 

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