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    • 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.
    • Scoring Piper Fatigue Scale (PFS) 

      Piper BF; Dibble SL; Dodd MJ; Weiss MC; Slaughter RE; Paul SM (1998)
      Measure fatigue levels
    • Self-Evaluation Questionnaire: STAI Form X-1 

      Spielberger, C.D.; Gorsuch, R.L.; Lushene, R. (1968)
      State-Trait Anxiety Inventory Self-Evaluation Questionnaire has statement which people have used to describe themselves. Used to measure how one feels at a particular moment.
    • 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 SF-36 Health Survey 

      Ware, John E.; Kosinski, Mark; Keller, Susan D. (1990)
      The SF-36 is an instrument which contains 36 items to measure health status and outcomes from the patient's point of view. SF-36 was constructed for use in the Medical Outcomes Study (MOS). This survey is designed for use ...
    • Shorter symptom assessment instruments: the Condensed Memorial Symptom Assessment Scale (CMSAS). 

      Chang, V., Hwang, S., Kasimis, B., & Thaler, H. (Cancer Investigation, 2004)
      A condensed version of the Memorial Symptom Assessment Scale was developed to assess the quality of life among patients who suffer cancer-related symptoms with focusing on 14 items (symptoms) instead of the short form that ...
    • 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.
    • The Symptom Checklist-90-R (SCL-90-R) 

      Derogatis, Leonard R (Clinical Psychometrics Research, 1975)
      The Symptom Checklist-90-R (SCL-90-R) used as a method for screening and detecting clinical symptoms or indicators of psychological distress.
    • Symptom Distress Scale 

      McCorkle R (Contact the author for reprinting and using the scale, 1987)
      The symptom distress scale was developed to assess the level of distress perceived by cancer patients for 11 symptoms (nausea, appetite, insomnia, pain, fatigue, bowel pattern,concentration, appearance, outlook,breathing, ...
    • Two EITS Manual for the Profile of Mood States (1971 & 1992) 

      McNair, Douglas; Lorr, Maurice; Droppleman, Leo (1971 and 1)
      EITS Manual for the Profile of Mood States