Quality of Life Concepts

Secondary Health Conditions

Subjective Quality of Life (SQOL) Scale

Description: A global measure of subjective perception of quality of life (QoL).

Format: Respondents are asked to take everything in their life into account, and rate it on an ordinal scale from 1 (life is very distressing; it’s hard to imagine how it could get much worse) to 7 (life is great; it’s hard to imagine how it could get much better).

Scoring: Participants make a mark on the scale indicating their subjective and global judgment.

QoL Concept: The SQoL is a measure of Subjective Well-Being, which corresponds to Box E (subjective evaluations and reactions) of Dijker’s Model.

CLICK ON THE LISTED SECONDARY HEALTH CONDITIONS ON THE LEFT TO READ HOW THE SQOL HAS BEEN USED WITH A PARTICULAR CONDITION

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