C'è qualche esperto cultore dell'argomento?
C'è qualche esperto cultore dell'argomento?
Io non sono esperta, ma se ti serve un test per misurare la qualità della vita ti consiglio il SAT-P
Ho questi articoli, al riguardo:
Development and validation of an instrument to measure the effects of a mistletoe preparation on quality of life of cancer patients: The Life Quality Lectin-53 (LQL-53) Questionnaire. By: Kirchberger, Inge; Wetzel, Dieter; Finger, Thomas. Quality of Life Research, Mar2004, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p463-479, 17p Abstract: Mistletoe preparations standardised to the content of mistletoe lectin are supposed to improve quality of life (QoL) in patients with cancer. To obtain a validated and sensitive research instrument, the Life Quality Lectin-53 (LQL-53) Questionnaire was developed in three phases: item generation via interviews with 42 patients, item selection by means of a study with 109 cancer patients, and psychometric testing. The LQL-53 includes 46 items assigned to the subscales ‘General well-being’, ‘Emotional well-being’, ‘Vitality’ ‘Hope’, ‘Locus of control’, Social relationships', and ‘Physical complaints’, plus seven items dealing with possible adverse effects of mistletoe treatment. Psychometric testing was carried out in a study with 112 patients with solid tumours who were treated with a mistletoe preparation standardised to mistletoe lectins for 12 weeks. Internal consistency (Cronbach's α ) was between 0.72 and 0.94. Test–retest reliability was ≥r of 0.72. Subscales correlated highly with external criteria. Construct validity, as determined by Multitrait Scaling Analysis, resulted in an optimal assignment of items to subscales (scaling success) for four of the subscales. During the course of the therapy, significant improvement in QoL was found in all subscales. In two of the subscales, effect size was high (>0.80), and in five other subscales it varied between 0.53 and 0.78. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] (AN 12456160)
Evaluation of Social Functioning and Life Quality Level Among Narcological Patients. By: Solov'ev, A.G.; Sidorov, P.I.; Kirpich, I.A.; Brilina, N.A.. International Journal of Mental Health, Summer2002, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p37, 6p; Abstract: Evaluates social functioning and life-quality issues (LQ) affecting patients suffering from chronic alcoholism. Development of a test method of LQ estimation; Composition of the questionnaire; Description of the mechanics for the point system of the questionnaire; Relationship between the LQ levels and the satisfaction rate of chronic alcoholics. (AN 8494529)
Quality of life and parkinson‘s disease: Translation and validation of the US Parkinson‘s Disease Questionnaire (PDQ-39). By: Bushnell, Donald M.; Martin, Mona L.. Quality of Life Research, Jun1999, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p345-350, 6p Abstract: Parkinson‘s disease is a common progressive neurodegenerative disorder affecting an estimated 4 million people worldwide. A number of general health status measures exist but few fully capture the subjective evaluation of life quality associated with Parkinson‘s disease. We report here the results of: (1) translating the British PDQ-39 into a US version, (2) validity and reliability of the new US PDQ-39 questionnaire, and (3) parallel validation analyses following the method published in the development of the British version of the PDQ-39. Data were collected by postal survey on 150 patients recruited from neurology clinics in the Seattle area. A short, generic health status measure (SF-36) was used to test convergent validity, and a three-day test–retest assessed the reliability of the PDQ-39. The US version of the PDQ-39 demonstrated acceptable internal consistency (α = 0.51 to 0.96) and proved to be reproducible (0.86 to 0.96). Subscales of the PDQ-39 showed convergence with like scales of the SF-36 and was able to discriminate between levels of symptom severity. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] (AN 11501196)
Self-help and life quality in persons with HIV disease. By: Grimes, D. E.; Cole, F. L.. AIDS Care, Dec96, Vol. 8 Issue 6, p691-700, 10p, 6 charts, 1 diagram Abstract: Abstract This study examined factors contributing to life quality in persons with HIV disease. Selected concepts and statements in a model designed to explain self-help and life quality in persons with chronic conditions were tested. Eighty-three persons with a diagnosis of HIV disease 58 with AIDS completed a demographic profile and four instruments to measure dependence for help with daily living, enabling skills, self-help and life quality. The instruments had been used by researchers testing the Self-Help Model on persons with other chronic diseases. Direction and magnitude of the relationships, revealed through causal modelling procedures, were consistent with previous tests of the model. Diagnosis of AIDS explained 29 of the variance in dependency, but had no explanatory value for enabling skill. Enabling skill b 5 0.32 and dependency b 5 2 0.49 explained 33 of the variance in self-help. Self-help b 5 0.59 explained 34 of the variance in life quality. Results suggest that self-help is influenced negatively by dependency and positively by enabling skill. Enabling skill appears to mediate the negative effect of dependency on self-help and can be a target of interventions to improve quality of life in persons with HIV disease. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] DOI: 10.1080/09540129650125407 (AN 9701271056)
Community Satisfaction: Theory and Measurement. By: Ladewig, Howard; McCann, Glenn C.. Rural Sociology, Spring80, Vol. 45 Issue 1, p110-131, 22p Abstract: The general objective of this study was to formulate and empirically test a conceptual framework of community satisfaction that takes into consideration some of the conceptual issues raised by previous researchers. Guided by the theory of interaction outcomes as formulated by Thibaut and Kelley (1959), a path model was constructed to examine the basic contention of Marans and Rodgers (1975) that objective measures of environmental attributes are inadequate in themselves as indicators of life quality. Only as their relationship to subjective indicators is understood do objective measures begin to take on human meaning and provide reliable guidance for public policy. Data for the study were collected from over 1,800 rural residents in eight southern states. Multivariate measurement and causal analysis techniques were utilized to establish the level of statistical significance of the proposed relationships presented in the casual model and to determine the magnitude of the direct and indirect effects of selected objective conditions and subjective experiences on one's satisfaction with one's residential environment. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] (AN 11721558)
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Dott. Guglielmo Rottigni
Ordine Psicologi Lombardia n° 10126
Grazie a tutti e due prima di tutto! Mi serviva qualcosa per misurare la qualità della vita dopo un lutto, c'è qualcosa di specifico?
SF-36, AEP, EORTC QLQ-C30, ma non so come funzionino però.
Sat-p come ti dicevo
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Eurosalus - I Test Psicodiagnostici eseguiti presso lo studio S.M.A.
Ultima modifica di lauramir : 09-04-2008 alle ore 10.24.27
Io ho usato il Questionario QDV MIOS è il questionario per la valutazione dello stato generale di benessere psicologico
ciao ragazzi c è qualcuno che puo aiutarmi? sono disperata... Mi servirebbe un test ( con la relativa interpretazione) che misuri la qualità di vita... c è qualcuni che può inviarmi un po di materiale?
questo è il mio indirizzo email... grazie tante a chi risponderà... email@example.com