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    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Cancer Attitudes Questionnaire 

      Lebovits AH, Croen LG, Goetzel RZ. (1984)
      The Cancer Atiitude Questionnaire was developed to identify how the individuals look at the cancer and cancer patient and what are their attitudes.
    • Cancer Rehabilitation Evaluation System (CARES) Scale 

      Schag, C.A., Heinrich, R.L. (1990)
      CARES is a comprehensive scale for determine cancer patient's quality of life.
    • Caregiver Pain Medicine Questionnaire (CPMQ). 

      Marijo Letizia, Steve Creech, Ellen Norton, Marie Shanahan,Lori Hedges. (Journal of Pain Symptom Management, 2004)
      The caregiver pain medicine questionnaire developed to address barriers in dealing and managing pain among patients' caregivers.
    • The Center for Epidemiological Studies-Depression (CES-D) Scale 

      Radloff, Lenore Sawyer (1977)
      The CES-D is an instrument to assess major symptoms of clinical depression which has well-estabilished concurrent and construct validity.
    • The CES-D Questionnaire, A Self Report Depression Scale 

      Centers for Disease Control (Centers for Disease Control, 1977)
      The CES-D Scale: A Self Report Depression Scale for Research for General Population
    • 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 communication anxiety inventory 

      Booth-Butterfield, S.; Gould, M (Please contact the authors, 1986)
      The communication anxiety inventory (State Form), was developed to assess individual's level of fear or anxiety in various speaking situations.
    • ePrognosis 

      Lee, S; Smith, A; Widera, E; Yourman, L; Schonberg, M; Ahalt, C (, 2011)
      ePrognosis is a six assessment scales with “moderate” to “very good” abilities to determine the likelihood of death within six months to five years in various older populations. The authors have designed interactive tools ...
    • 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, ...
    • 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.
    • Fatigue Severity Scale (FSS) 

      Krupp LB, LaRocca NG, Muir-Nash J, & Steinberg AD (1989)
      Fatigue Severity Scale (FSS) was developed to assess how fatigue affects physical functioning, motivation, exercise, and if the fatigue had interfered with patient’s work, family, or social life.
    • 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 ...
    • Four Factor Index of Social Status [1975] 

      Hollingshead, A.B. (1975-01)
      Revision of the Two Factor Index of Social Position. Index includes these four factors: education, occupation, sex, and marital status. Includes description, coding and scoring information.
    • Frommelt Attitudes Toward Care of the Dying Scale (FATCOD) 

      Frommelt, K. H. M. (1991)
      The Frommelt Attitudes Toward Care of the Dying (FATCOD) Scale is a 30-item scale designed to measure participants’ attitudes toward providing care to dying patients. While two-thirds of the statements address nurses’ ...
    • 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 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.
    • 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 ...