Recovering Quality of Life: An outcome measure for student mental health in higher education
posterposted on 17.03.2020 by Anju Keetharuth
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The Recovering Quality of Life (ReQoL) measures – ReQoL-10 and ReQoL-20 - have recently been developed for use in a population experiencing mental health difficulties aged 16 and over. ReQoL was developed with significant inputs from service users not only as participants but also as research partners. Since its launch in 2016, over 200 licences have been issued and the ReQoL is being used by a third of NHS mental health trusts in England. A number of UK universities are also using the ReQoL. To date, the ReQoL measures have been translated in 12 languages.
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