Qual Life Res. ;8() The development of an individualized questionnaire measure of perceived impact of diabetes on quality of life: the ADDQoL. The original ADDQoL (item version) was developed in the early s; The of the Audit of Diabetes-Dependent Quality-of-Life (ADDQoL) questionnaire in. Unlike other QoL measures, the ADDQoL is an individualized questionnaire measure of the impact of diabetes and its treatment on QoL. Preliminary evidence of.
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Weighted scoring and NA options were shown to be necessary, thus supporting the usefulness of individualised health-related QOL measures.
Quality of life, health status and clinical acdqol in Type 2 diabetes patients. However, few QOL instruments are culturally suitable for use in Asian countries.
Data were subjected to unforced factor analysis with oblimin rotation and then the condition was set to force a one-factor solution.
Patient perceptions of diabetes and diabetes therapy: Diabetes Metab Res Rev. The development of an individualized questionnaire measure of perceived impact of diabetes on quality of life: All hypotheses were fulfilled except for one that was partially fulfilled; respondents with longer duration of known diabetes did not report worse ADDQoL AWI scores.
Basic description The original ADDQoL item version was developed in the early s; The item version was developed in ; The item version in The original ADDQoL item version was developed in the early s; The item version was developed in ; The item version in Bradley C, Speight J.
Asia will be at the forefront of the current epidemic of diabetes mellitus. The usefulness of the key design features of the ADDQoL were assessed by measuring the number of zero-importance responses, the change in item ranking with and without weighting for importance, and the frequency of utilisation of the ‘not applicable’ NA options.
ADDQoL – Audit of Diabetes Dependent QoL
To measure individuals’ perceptions of the impact of diabetes on their quality of life. There were questionnaire missing data. Already a subscriber Login. Individualised instruments such as the ADDQoL have the potential to be useful and less costly alternatives to computerised adaptive testing CATwhich may not be practical in developing countries.
Quality of life QOL is an important outcome measure in the assessment of diabetes care.