Development of the Recovering Quality of Life Measure (2014)
posterposted on 01.03.2020 by Janice Connell, John Brazier, Anju Keetharuth
Poster sessions are particularly prominent at academic conferences. Posters are usually one frame of a powerpoint (or similar) presentation and are represented at full resolution to make them zoomable.
With a view to the development of a new measure,
research began with an examination of whether the EQ‐5D ,
SF‐36 (and derivatives) were suitable measures for the economic
evaluation of mental health care interventions. There were concerns that these generic measures have been primarily designed
for physical health problems and therefore miss important aspects of the impact of mental health problems on the
quality of people’s lives.
EthicsThere is no personal data or any that requires ethical approval
PolicyThe data complies with the institution and funders' policies on access and sharing
Sharing and access restrictionsThe data can be shared openly
- The file formats are open or commonly used
Methodology, headings and units
- Headings and units are explained in the files