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    • The Bristol-Myers Anorexia/Cachexia Recovery Instrument (BACRI) 

      Cella DF, VonRoenn J, Lloyd S, Browder HP. (Bristol-Myers Pharmacutical Group, USA, 1995)
      Bristol-Myers Anorexia/Cachexia Recovery Instrument (BACRI) questionnaire used to measure the benefit of weight gain treatment provided to anorexic patients on health related quality of life aspects.
    • Functional Assessment of Cancer Therapy - Lung (FACT-L) 

      Cella, David F. (Dr .David Cella. Dr. Cella has granted the right to license usage of the FACIT System to other parties., 1995)
      The FACT-L questionnaire asks about symptoms reported among lung cancer patients that may affect their quality of life.
    • The multidimensional fatigue inventory (MFI-20) 

      Smets EM, Garssen Bj, Bonke B, De Haes JC. (Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 1995)
      The Multidimensional Fatigue Inventory (MFI-20) developed basically to assess 5 main kinds of fatigue: General Fatigue, Physical Fatigue, Mental Fatigue, Reduced Motivation and Reduced Activity.
    • Assessing Quality of Life in Patients with Lung Cancer: A Guide for Clinicians 

      Moinpour, Carol M.; Gralla, Richard J. (Burroughs Wellcome Co., 1995-05)
      Booklet is a compendium of 7 Quality of Life Instruments: Measuring Quality of Life in Patients with Lung Cancer (Gralla & Moinpour): Introduction; The Cancer Rehabilitation Evaluation System [CARES] (Ganz); The EORTC ...
    • Symptom Assessment Scale 

      Western Australia Hospice Palliative care Association (INC) (1996)
      This tool has been developed combined the Symptom Distress Scale (McCorkle & Young, 1983) and the Quality of Life Scale (Graham & Longman, 1987). The Users Guide is available.
    • SF-12® Health Survey (Version 1.0) 

      Ware JE, Jr.,Kosinski M, Keller SD. (Those who are interested in using the survey are required to contact the QualityMetric Incorporated and Primary author., 1996)
      The SF-12 Health Survey is a reduced form of the SF-36 Health Survey (Version 1)that was developed to be administered easily to the patients
    • The Functional Assessment of Cancer Therapy-Head & Neck Scale (FACT H&N, 4th version). 

      List, Marcy A.; D'Antonio, Linda L.; Cella, David F.; Siston, Amy; Mumpy, Patricia; Haraf, Daniel; Vokes, Everett (Dr, David Cella who has "granted the right to license usage of the FACIT System to other parties"., 1996)
      The Functional Assessment of Cancer Therapy Core Instrument (FACT-G) added head and neck related symptoms sub-scales to create the FACT H&N questionnaire.
    • Fatigue Toxicity Rating Scale (PF-Tox) 

      Piper, Barbara (1996)
      Individuals may experience excessive tiredness when they are ill, receive treatment, or recover from their illness/treatment. This uncommon sense of exhaustion is not typically dismissed by either a good night’s sleep or ...
    • European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer Quality of Life Core Questionnaire (EORTC QLQ-C30) 

      EORTC Quality of Life Group (1997)
      Questionnaire developed to assess the quality of life of cancer patients.
    • The Ethical Reasoning Tools (ERT) 

      McAlpine, H; Kristjanson, L; Porock, D (Journal of Advanced Nursing V 25, 1997)
      The ERT was developed to assess unprompted cognitive reasoning of nurses in response to an ethical case study and to broadly categorize the hypothesized components of that reasoning into three response levels; traditional, ...
    • A Collection of Physical Activity Questionnaires for Health-Related Research 

      Pereira, Mark A.; FitzGerald, Shannon J.; Gregg, Edward W.; Joswiak, Monica L.; Ryan, William J.; Suminski, Richard R.; Utter, Alan C.; Zmuda, Joseph M. (Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 1997-06)
      This is a special edition from Journal of the American College of Sports Medicine which contains a collection of assessment tools in measuring physical activity in population studies.
    • The Patient-Generated-Subjective Global Assessment (PG-SGA) 

      Ottery FD (Please contact Dr. F. D. Ottery, 1998)
      The Patient-Generated-Subjective Global Assessment (PG-SGA) helps evaluate a patient’s nutritional status and possible management of nutritional problems.
    • Near-Infrared Light Technology to Estimate Total Fat 

      Tanita Model BSE Series (1998)
      Use of near-infrared light interactance to determine body composition.
    • Scoring Piper Fatigue Scale (PFS) 

      Piper BF; Dibble SL; Dodd MJ; Weiss MC; Slaughter RE; Paul SM (1998)
      Measure fatigue levels
    • Block 98 Revision of the Health Habits and History Questionnaire 

      Nutritionquest (1998)
      To assess diet intake and frequency.
    • Readiness Interprofessional Learning Scale (RILS) 

      Parsell, Glennys; Bligh, John (Blackwell Science Ltd, 1999)
      The Readiness Interprofessional Learning Scale (RILS) is designed to measure the attitudes of health professionals towards inter-professional learning. The original scale has three factors with 19 items that range on a ...
    • Brief Fatigue Inventory 

      Mendoza T, Wang XS, Cleeland CS, Morrissey M, Johnson BA, Wendt JK, Huber SL. (Anderson Cance Center, 1999)
      The Brief Fatigue Inventory (BFI) was developed to assess the severity of fatigue and the impact of fatigue on the cancer patients' daily activity level.
    • Attitudes Toward Health Care Teams- Heinemann 

      Heinemann, Gloria D; Schmitt, Madeline H; Farrell, Michael P; Brallier, Sara A (Sage Publications Inc, 1999-03)
      The Attitudes Toward Health Care Teams Scale has two subscales: Quality of Care/Process (14 items) and Physician Centrality (6 items). It can be used to measure team members perceptions of the quality of care delivered and ...
    • Meaning of Illness Instrument 

      Degner, Lesley F.; Hack, Thomas; O’Neil, John; Kristjanson, Linda J. (2003)
      This instrument has been used to evaluate positive and negative perceptions of illness in women with cancer.
    • Lung Cancer Symptom Scale (LCSS) 

      Hollen, Patricia J.; Gralla, Richard J.; Kris, Mark G. (2004)
      The LCSS is designed as a site-specific measure of quality of life (QL), particularly for use in clinical trials.