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    • 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 ...
    • 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.
    • The Multiple Affect Adjective Checklist (MAACL) 

      Zuckerman, Marvin; Lubin, Bernard (Educational and Industrial Testing Service (EdITS), 1965)
      This scale measures a positively valence state/trait of low arousal, or calm. Adjectives included are happy, joyful, and pleasant.
    • Near-Infrared Light Technology to Estimate Total Fat 

      Tanita Model BSE Series (1998)
      Use of near-infrared light interactance to determine body composition.
    • Paternal-Fetal Attachment 

      Weaver, Ruth Harding; Cranley, Mecca, S. (Nursing Research, 1983)
      The Paternal-Fetal attachment scale adapted from the modified maternal-fetal attachment scale. It composed from 24-items with five sub-scales; differentiation of self from fetus, interaction with the fetus, attributing ...
    • Patient Centered Assessment Method (PCAM) V1.2 

      Pratt, Rebekah; Maxwell, Margaret; Hibberd, Carina; Baird, Macaran; Peek, C J; Mercer, Stewart; Cameron, Isobel (2013-06)
      The PCAM was developed to measure the physical health, mental health, social support, social needs, health literacy and engagement of patients from the point of view of the clinician. There are 12 items across the categories ...
    • 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.
    • The Person-centred care of Older People with cognitive impairment in Acute Care Scale (POPAC) 

      Edvardsson, David (Journal of Nursing Management, 2012-05-04)
      This is a psychometric tool to measure the properties of person-centered care in acute care treatment of older adults with cognitive impairment from the perspective of the nursing staff. The aim is to increase the ability ...
    • The Positive and Negative Affect Scale 

      Watson, D., Clark, L.A., & Tellegen, A. (1988)
      The Positive and Negative Affect Scales (PANAS) measures the experience of different mood states within particular period of time.
    • Profile of Mood States (POMS) 

      McNair, Douglas; Lorr, Maurice; Droppleman, Leo (1989)
      To assess affective mood state fluctuation.
    • Psychosocial Adjustment To Illness Scale (PAIS) 

      Derogatis, L. R. (1986)
      The PAIS is a multi-dimensional, semi-structured clinical interview designed to assess the psychological and social adjustment of medical patients, or members of their immediate families, to the patient's illness.
    • Quality of Life Index: Cancer Version 

      Ferrans, C.; Powers, M. (1984)
    • Quality of Life Index: Development and Psychometric Properties 

      Ferrans, Carol E.; Powers, Marjorie J. (Advances in Nursing Science, 1985)
      The Quality of Life Index (QLI) was developed to measure quality of life in terms of satisfaction with life. The QLI measures both satisfaction and importance of various aspects of life.
    • 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 ...
    • Revised Edition of the Manual for the POMS 

      EDITS Research and Development (1990)
      POMS or Profile of Mood States measures affective mood states and uses three tests to measure and identify them. POMS Standard, POMS Brief, POMS Bipolar
    • Rhoten Fatigue Scale (RFS) 

      Rhoten, D. (1982)
      Rhoten Fatigue Scale (RFS) is a subjective rating scale established to measure a patient’s fatigue level.