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  • Functional Assessment of Cancer Therapy - Lung (FACT-L) 

    Cella, David F. (Dr .David Cella. Dr. Cella has granted FACIT.org 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 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 FACIT.org 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.
  • General Sleep Disturbance Scale (GSDS) 

    Lee, K. A. (1992)
    General Sleep Disturbance Scale (GSDS) is a subjective measure of sleep disturbance. The GSDS contains 21 items rating the frequency of specific sleep problems during the past week from 0 (not at all) to 7 (every day). Lee ...
  • Good Death Inventory: A Measure for Evaluating Good Death from the Bereaved Family Member's Perspective 

    Miyashita, M.; Morita, T.; Sato, K.; Hirai, K.; Shima, Y.; Uchitomi, Y. (Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 2008)
    Good Death Inventory (GDI) is a measure for evaluating good death from the bereaved family member's perspective. The GDI is a valid scale to measure end-of-life care comprehensive outcomes from the bereaved family member's ...
  • The Health-Promoting Lifestyle Profile II 

    Walker, S., Sechrist, K., & Pender, N. (Permission to use this scale may be obtained from: Susan Noble Walker, College of Nursing, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE 68198-5330, 1995)
    The revised version of Health-Promoting Lifestyle Profile (HPLP II) intended to assess behaviors that linked with health-promoting lifestyle, and how much frequent the individual practice these behaviors.
  • The Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS) 

    Zigmond, A. S.; Snaith, R. P. (Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 1983)
    A self-assessment scale has been developed to detect states of depression and anxiety in the setting of an hospital medical outpatient clinic. The anxiety and depressive subscales are also valid measures of severity of the ...
  • Karnofsky Performance Status Scale 

    Schag, C.C., Heinrich, R.L., Ganz, P.A.; (1984)
    The Karnofsky Performance Status Scale (KPS) measures the level of patient activity and could provide an insight about patient readiness for some medical treatments or interventions.
  • Lee's Fatigue Scale (LFS) 

    Lee, K.; Hicks, G.; Nino-Murcia, G. (1991)
    A visual analogue scale to evaluate fatigue severity (LFS) was developed by Lee et al (1991). Original Lee's fatigue scale was modified from a 100 mm visual analogue scale format to 0-10 numeric rating scale (NRS) to assess ...
  • Locus of Control Scale 

    Rotter, Julian B. (1966)
    Locus of Control Scale examines the extent of which people believe having a control (internal/external) over their life situations and their outcomes.
  • Lung Cancer Symptom Scale (LCSS) 

    Hollen, Patricia J.; Gralla, Richard J.; Kris, Mark G.; Eberly, Shirley W.; Cox, Christopher (1995)
    The Lung Cancer Sympton Scale (LCSS) is a disease and site specific quality of life measure to capture the experience of lung cancer. The LCSS is comprised of two components, a nine-item questionnaire for the patient, and ...
  • 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.
  • Lung Cancer Symptom Scale (LCSS): Administration, Scoring, and Procedures Manual 

    Hollen, Patricia J.; Gralla, Richard J.; Kris, Mark G. (1995)
    A rating scale to measure the physical and functional dimensions of quality of life for people with lung cancer. Two components; one for patients, and one for health professionals.
  • Manual for the State-Trait Anxiety Inventory 

    Spielberger, C. D.; Gorsuch, R. L.; Lushene, R.E. (Palo Alto, CA: Consulting Psychologists Press, 1970)
    The State-Trait Anxiety Inventory contains separate self-report scales to measure two distinct anxiety concepts: state anxiety (A-State) and trait anxiety (A-Trait). The STAI A-Trait scale had 20 statements to ask how they ...
  • Manual for the State-Trait Anxiety Inventory STAI (Form Y) ("Self-Evaluation Questionnaire") 

    Spielberger, Charles D. (Consulting Psychologists Press, Inc., 1983)
    Contents include: Acknowledgments, Introduction, Administration, Scoring and Norms, Develoment, Reliability, and Validity, Research with STAI, References and Appendices
  • 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.
  • The measurement of uncertainty in illness 

    Mishel MH. (Journal of Nursing Research, 1981)
    Mishel Uncertainty in Illness Scale (MUIS) was developed to assess what events that hospitalized patients exposed to during their disease journey are perceived as ambiguous and uncertain.
  • Menopause Symptom Assessment (MSA) - 1994 

    Headley, Judith A (1994)
    The Menopause Symptom Assessment (MSA) was developed by researcher Judith A. Headley as a 32 item, 16-symptom Likert scale which measures the frequency of the symptom separately from the severity, or distress caused by the ...
  • The MOS 36-Item Short-Form Health Survey (SF-36) 

    Ware, J. E.; Sherbourne, C. D. (MEDICAL CARE, 1992-06)
    SF-36 was constucted to survey health status in the Medical Outcomes Study. The SF-36 was designed for use in clinical practice and research, health policy evaluations, and general population surveys.
  • The MOS Social Support Survey 

    Sherbourne, Cathy Donald; Stewart, Anita L. (1991)
    This is a brief, multidimensional and self-administered social support survey which was developed for patients in the Medical Outcomes Study (MOS). It is a 19-item survey of functional social support that represent multiple ...
  • MOS Social Support Survey [1991] 

    Sherbourne, Cathy Donald; Stewart, Anita L. (1991)
    A 19-item, multidimensional, self-administered social support survey. Includes four functional support scales: emotional/informational; tangible; affectionate; and positive social interaction. Developed for patients in ...