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Factor Analyses identified one dominant global factor in a new scale for Recovering Quality of Life (ReQoL) for use with mental health service users

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posted on 2020-03-20, 13:39 authored by J.B. Bjorner, Anju Keetharuth, T. Croudace, J. Browne, John Brazier
A new PROM was needed in mental health to reflect domains that really matter to service users
EQ-5D has been shown to be unable to adequately capture health benefits inthe area of mental health necessitating a new PROM with preference weights
ReQoL is a new self-reported measure of quality of life that developed for use with people experiencing mental health difficulties aged 16 and over.
The themes were identified from a review of qualitative reviews and



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