Measuring Functioning and Well-Being: Medical Outcomes Study Approach
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Beschreibung"Measuring Functioning and Well-Being" is a comprehensive account a broad range of self-reported functioning and well-being measures developed for the Medical Outcomes Study, a large-sale study of how patients fare with health care in the United States. This book provides a set of ready-to-use generic measures that are applicable to all adults, including those well and chronically ill, as well as a methodological guide to collecting health data and constructing health measures. As demand increases for more practical methods to monitor the outcomes of health care, this volume offers a timely and valuable contribution to the field.The contributors address conceptual and methodological issues involved in measuring such important health status concepts as: physical, social, and role functioning; psychological distress and well-being; general health perceptions; energy and fatigue; sleep; and pain. The authors present psychometric results and explain how to administer, score, and interpret the measures.Comprising the work of a number of highly respected scholars in the field of health assessment, " Measuring Functioning and Well-Being" will be of great interest and value to the growing number of researchers, policymakers, and clinicians concerned with the management and evaluation of health care.
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: DUKE UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Juli 1991
Seitenanzahl: 449 Seiten