ReQol - Recovering Quality of Life (Quality in Mental Health Conference 23 March 2015)
posterposted on 2020-02-27, 00:05 authored by Devianee KeetharuthDevianee Keetharuth, Janice ConnellJanice Connell, Milad Karimi, Michael BarkhamMichael Barkham, Thomas Ricketts, John Brazier
Recovering Quality of Life (ReQol) is a new generic Patient Reported Outcome Measure to assess Quality of Life in people with mental health conditions. It is a short service user outcome measure for use in routine practice, developed from service users’ perspectives with inputs from clinicians, national and international experts, and commissioned and funded by the Department of Health.
The domains of the questionnaire were identified through a systematic review of the quality of life literature and 19 qualitative interviews with service users.
- There is no personal data or any that requires ethical approval
- The data complies with the institution and funders' policies on access and sharing
Sharing and access restrictions
- The 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