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Quality of Life Scale (QOLS)

Burckhardt CS

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Basic description

Authors

Burckhardt CS

Copyright
QOLS © Mapi Research Trust, 2016. All Rights Reserved
Objective
To assess quality of life for chronic illness populations. It is also valid for healthy populations
Therapeutic area
  • Generic
Therapeutic indication

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Type of Clinical Outcome Assessment (COA)
  • pro PRO
Original language(s)
  • English for the USA
Bibliographic reference(s) of the original questionnaire

Burckhardt CS and Anderson KL. the Quality of Life Scale (QOLS): Reliability, Validity and Utilisation. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes. 2003 Oct;1:60
(Full text article)

Burckhardt CS, Anderson KL, Archenholtz B, Hagg O. The Flanagan Quality of Life Scale: Evidence of Construct Validity. Health Qual Life Outcomes. 2003 Oct 23;1(1):59(Full text article)

Burckhardt CS et al. Quality of life of adults with chronic illness: a psychometric study. Res Nurs Health 1989;12:347-354 (PubMed Abstract)

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Authors

Burckhardt CS

Carol S. Burckhardt, Ph.D., R.N.

Contact information

Mapi Research Trust
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France
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Languages

Original language(s)

  • English for the USA

Translations

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QOLS

Chinese for Taiwan
Danish for Denmark
German for Germany
Hebrew for Israel
Icelandic for Iceland
Kannada for India
Norwegian for Norway
Persian for Iran
Polish for Poland
Portuguese for Portugal
Spanish for Cuba
Spanish for Mexico
Spanish for Peru
Swedish for Sweden
Thai for Thailand
Urdu for Pakistan

BiblioPRO: you can find information about the Spanish version here - puede encontrar información sobre la versión española aqui

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More information on translations

For information on the Hebrew translation, please contact:

Lily Neumann
Epidemiology and Health Services Evaluation Department
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
Fax: 972-7-640-3534
E-mail: lily@bgumail.bgu.ac.il

Bibliographic reference of the Hebrew translation:

Neumann, L. & Buskila, D. Measuring the Quality of Life of Women with Fibromyalgia: A Hebrew Version of the Quality of Life scale (QOLS). Journal of Musculoskeletal Pain, 5: 5-17, 1997

For information on the Norwegian version, please contact:

Astrid Klopstad Wahl
University of Bergen
Post box 7800,
N- 5020 Bergen
Norway
E-mail: astrid.klopstad.wahm@hibu.no

Bibliographic reference of the Norwegian translation:

Wahl A, Burckhardt C, Wiklund I, Hanestad BR. The Norwegian version of the Quality of Life Scale (QOLS-N). A validation and reliability study in patients suffering from psoriasis. Scand J Caring Sci. 1998;12(4):215-22

For information on the Swedish version, please contact:

Birgitha Archenholtz
Dept. of Rheumatology
Univ. of Göteborg
Sweden
E-mail: Birgitha.archenholtz@vgregion.se

Bibliographic reference of the Swedish translation:

Burckhardt CS, Archenholtz B, Bjelle A. Measuring the quality of life of women with rheumatoid arthritis or systemic lupus erythematosus: a Swedish version of the Quality of Life Scale (QOLS). Scand J Rheumatol. 1992;21(4):190-5

For information on the German translation, please contact:

A permission is required,  please contact Springer at http://www.link.springer.com

Bibliographic reference of the German translation:

Offenbächer M, Sauer S, Kohls N, Waltz M, Schoeps P. Quality of life in patients with fibromyalgia: validation and psychometric properties of the German Quality of Life Scale (QOLS-G). Rheumatol Int. 2012 Oct;32(10):3243-52

Bibliographic reference of the Mandarin Chinese translation:

Han S-H. Quality of life of persons with sprinal cord injury living in Taipei: A psychometric study. School of Nursing Portland: Oregon Health Sciences University; 1995

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