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    • Quality of life

    • Quality of life (QOL) is the general well-being of individuals and societies, outlining negative and positive features of life. It observes life satisfaction, including everything from physical health, family, education, employment, wealth, religious beliefs, finance and the environment. QOL has a wide range of context ... Read »


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    • Asthma Life Impact Scale

    • The Asthma Life Impact Scale (ALIS) measure is a disease specific patient reported outcome questionnaire which assesses the impact that asthma has on a patient’s quality of life. The questionnaire has 22 items, which goes beyond earlier focus on the symptoms, functioning and environmental triggers of asthma and i ... Read »


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    • Bradburn Affect Balance Scale

    • The Bradburn Affect Balance Scale is a self-report measure of quality of life. The scale consists of ten mood states (for example, item one is "particularly excited or interested in something"), and the subject must report if they have been in that state in the last week. The scale was included in the 1978-1979 Canada ... Read »


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    • Cambridge Pulmonary Hypertension Outcome Review

    • The Cambridge Pulmonary Hypertension Outcome Review (CAMPHOR) is a disease specific patient-reported outcome measure which assesses quality of life of patients with pulmonary hypertension (PH). It was the first pulmonary hypertension specific questionnaire for assessing patient reported symptoms, quality of life and fu ... Read »


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    • List of countries by home ownership rate

    • This is a list of countries by home ownership rate, the ratio of owner-occupied units to total residential units in a specified area. ... Read »


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    • The Economist Intelligence Unit's liveability survey


    • Electronic patient-reported outcome

    • An electronic patient-reported outcome (ePRO) is a patient-reported outcome that is collected by electronic methods. ePRO methods are most commonly used in clinical trials, but they are also used elsewhere in health care. As a function of the regulatory process, a majority of ePRO questionnaires undergo the linguistic ... Read »


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    • Euthenics

    • Euthenics /juːˈθɛnɪks/ is the study of the improvement of human functioning and well-being by improvement of living conditions. Affecting the "improvement" through altering external factors such as education and the controllable environment, including the prevention and removal of contagious disease and ... Read »


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    • Freedom Fund

    • The Freedom Fund is the world’s first private donor fund dedicated to identifying and investing in the most effective front-line efforts to end slavery. In 2014, the Global Slavery Index reported that there were nearly 36 million slaves worldwide across a wide range of industries. The Freedom Fund was founded in ... Read »


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    • Functional Assessment of Cancer Therapy - General (FACT-G)

    • The FACT-G (Version 4) is a patient-reported outcome measure used to assess health-related quality of life in patients undergoing cancer therapy. The FACT-G is the original questionnaire that led to the development of the larger Functional Assessment of Chronic Illness Therapy (FACIT) collection of quality of life inst ... Read »


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    • Genuine progress indicator

    • Genuine progress indicator (GPI) is a metric that has been suggested to replace, or supplement, gross domestic product (GDP) as a measure of economic growth. The genuine progress indicator is designed to take fuller account of the well-being of a nation, only a part of which pertains to the health of the nation's econo ... Read »


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    • Happy life expectancy

    • Happy life expectancy is calculated by multiplying life expectancy by a happiness index. The first uses life expectancy at birth. The happiness index is the average appreciation of life (with a value from 0 to 1) from the world databases of happiness. The HDI measures average achievements based on three dimensions ... Read »


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    • Health Utilities Index

    • The Health Utilities Index (HUI) is a rating scale used to measure general health status and health-related quality of life (HRQoL). HUI questionnaires are designed to map onto two classification systems, HUI-2 and HUI-3, capable of measuring 24,000 and 972,000 unique health states, respectively. HUI classifications me ... Read »


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    • Quality of life (healthcare)

    • In general, quality of life (QoL or QOL) is the perceived of an individual's daily life, that is, an assessment of their or lack thereof. This includes all emotional, social, and physical aspects of the individual's life. In health care, health-related quality of life (HRQoL) is an assessment of how the individual's ... Read »


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    • Leisure

    • Leisure has been defined as a quality of experience or as free time. Free time is time spent away from business, work, job hunting, domestic chores and education. It also excludes time spent on necessary activities such as eating and sleeping. From a research perspective, this approach has the advantages of being quan ... Read »


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    • Life satisfaction

    • Life satisfaction is the way people evaluate their lives and how they feel about their directions and options for the future. It is a measure of well-being and may be assessed in terms of mood, satisfaction with relations with others and with achieved goals, self-concepts, and self-perceived ability to cope with daily ... Read »


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    • List of countries by ecological footprint

    • This page is a list of countries by ecological footprint. This table is based on 2012 data from the Global Footprint Network National Footprint Accounts published in 2016. Data is given in global hectares per capita. The world-average ecological footprint in 2012 was 2.84 global hectares per person (20.1 billion in tot ... Read »


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    • Mercer Quality of Living Survey

    • The Mercer Quality of Living Survey ranks 221 cities from Vienna to Baghdad on quality of life. Countries with cities commonly ranked in the top 50 include Austria, Switzerland, New Zealand, Germany, Canada, Denmark, Netherlands, Australia, Sweden and the United States.Vienna has been ranked first for six consecutive y ... Read »


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    • Migraine Specific Quality of Life

    • The Migraine Specific Quality of Life (MSQoL) is a patient-reported outcome measure (PRO or PROM) which assesses the quality of life of migraineurs. It is a 25-itemquestionnaire which is filled out by the patient and is used to determine how the patient's life has been affected by their migraines. The MSQoL was funded ... Read »


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    • Patient diary

    • A patient diary is a tool used during a clinical trial or a disease treatment to assess the patient's condition (e.g. symptom severity, quality of life) or to measure treatment compliance. An electronic patient diary registers the data in a storage device and allows for automatically monitoring the time the entry was m ... Read »


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    • Patient Reported Outcome Indices for Multiple Sclerosis

    • The Patient Reported Outcome Indices for Multiple Sclerosis (PRIMUS) is a disease specific patient-reported outcome questionnaire which measures the quality of life (QoL) of patients suffering from multiple sclerosis. The measure contains an assessment of quality of life, activity limitations and symptoms. A higher sc ... Read »


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    • Patient-reported outcome

    • A patient-reported outcome (PRO) is a health outcome directly reported by the patient who experienced it. It stands in contrast to an outcome reported by someone else, such as a physician-reported outcome, a nurse-reported outcome, and so on. PRO methods, such as questionnaires, are used in clinical trials or other cli ... Read »


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    • Performance status

    • In medicine (oncology and other fields), performance status is an attempt to quantify cancer patients' general well-being and activities of daily life. This measure is used to determine whether they can receive chemotherapy, whether dose adjustment is necessary, and as a measure for the required intensity of palliative ... Read »


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    • Physical Quality of Life Index

    • The Physical Quality of Life Index (PQLI) is an attempt to measure the quality of life or well-being of a country. The value is the average of three statistics: basic literacy rate, infant mortality, and life expectancy at age one, all equally weighted on a 0 to 100 scale. It was developed for the Overseas Development ... Read »


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    • Psoriatic Arthritis Quality of Life

    • The Psoriatic Arthritis Quality of Life (PsAQoL) measure is a disease specific patient-reported outcome measure which measures the effect that psoriatic arthritis has on a patient’s quality of life. It is a self-administered, 20-item questionnaire that takes about three minutes to complete. The answers are restri ... Read »


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    • Quality of well-being scale

    • The Quality of Well-Being Scale (QWB) is a general health quality of life questionnaire which measures overall status and well-being over the previous three days in four areas: physical activities, social activities, mobility, and symptom/problem complexes. It consists of 71 items and takes 20 minutes to complete. The ... Read »


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    • Reasonable person model

    • The reasonable person model (RPM) is a psychological framework which argues that people are at their best when their informational needs are met. Positing that unreasonableness is not a human trait, but rather the result of environment (context and circumstances), the RPM attempts to define the environments/actions tha ... Read »


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    • Recurrent genital herpes quality of life measure

    • The Recurrent Genital Herpes Quality of Life (RGHQoL) measure is a patient-reported outcome measure which determines the impact that recurrent genital herpes has on a patient’s quality of life. It is a 20 item questionnaire with items such as “Herpes makes it difficult for me to plan ahead” and “I w ... Read »


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    • Retirement migration

    • Retirement is the point where a person stops employment completely. A person may also semi-retire by reducing work hours. An increasing number of individuals are choosing to put off this point of total retirement, by selecting to exist in the emerging state of Pre-tirement. Many people choose to retire when they are ... Read »


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    • The Rheumatoid Arthritis Quality of Life Questionnaire

    • The Rheumatoid Arthritis Quality of Life Questionnaire (RAQoL) is a disease specific patient-reported outcome measure which determines the effect rheumatoid arthritis has on a patient’s quality of life. The RAQoL has 30 items with a yes and no response format and takes about six minutes to complete. Scores on the ... Read »


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    • Rural Support Programmes Network

    • The Rural Support Programmes Network (RSPN) is the largest development network in Pakistan with an outreach to over 34 million rural Pakistanis. It consists of a network of 12 Rural Support Programmes (RSPs). The RSP’s rely on a community driven model of development. Communities are mobilised around their needs an ... Read »


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    • Self-perceived quality-of-life scale

    • The self-perceived quality-of-life scale is a psychological assessment instrument which is based on a comprehensive theory of the self-perceived quality of life (SPQL) and provides a multi-faceted measurement of health-related and non-health-related aspects of well-being. The scale has become an instrument of choice fo ... Read »


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    • SF-36

    • The Short Form (36) Health Survey is a 36-item, patient-reported survey of patient health. The SF-36 is a measure of health status and an abbreviated variant of it, the SF-6D, is commonly used in health economics as a variable in the quality-adjusted life year calculation to determine the cost-effectiveness of a health ... Read »


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    • Social quality

    • Social quality is a way of understanding society which is also relevant for social and public policy. Social quality looks at elements that should constitute good society or a decent society. It contributes to the body of work concerned with understanding social progress going beyond GDP, taking into account the work o ... Read »


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    • Subjective well-being

    • Subjective well-being (SWB) refers to how people experience the quality of their lives and includes both emotional reactions and cognitive judgments. Psychologists have defined happiness as a combination of life satisfaction and the relative frequency of positive and negative affect. SWB therefore encompasses moods and ... Read »


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    • Suboptimal health

    • Suboptimal health status (SHS), or subhealth or sub-health(Chinese: 亚健康), can be defined as a state characterized by some disturbances in psychological behaviors or physical characteristics, or in some indices of medical examination, with no typical pathologic features. It is considered as a therapeutic ... Read »


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    • Teleport (website)

    • Teleport is an online database of location specific life quality information. Teleport (website) is an online database of location information with focus on life quality data, which enables users to find suitable cities for living and working according to their personal preferences. Teleport.org website is operate ... Read »


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    • Time-trade-off

    • Time-Trade-Off (TTO) is a tool used in health economics to help determine the quality of life of a patient or group. The individual will be presented with a set of directions such as: Imagine that you are told that you have 10 years left to live. In connection with this you are also told that you can choose to live th ... Read »


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    • Vitality

    • Vitality is life, life force, health, youth, or ability to live or exist. The word vitality is derived from the Latin word vita [1], which means life. Outside of its own existence or source, life is only recognized through some form of expression or dynamic. A living organism experiences its own life from the inte ... Read »


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    • Well-being

    • Well-being, wellbeing,welfare or wellness is a general term for the condition of an individual or group, for example their social, economic, psychological, spiritual or medical state; a high level of well-being means in some sense the individual or group's condition is positive, while low well-being is associated with ... Read »


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    • Wellbeing at Work conference

    • The International Wellbeing at Work (WAW) series of academic conferences is relatively new in the field of occupational safety and health. In 2014, it was hosted by NRCWE. WAW has been held biannually since 2010 and attracts researchers and practitioners of the field. WAW 2012 was held in Manchester, Great Britain and ... Read »


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    • Wellness (alternative medicine)

    • Wellness is generally used to mean a healthy balance of the mind, body and spirit that results in an overall feeling of well-being. It has been used in the context of alternative medicine since Halbert L. Dunn, M.D., began using the phrase high level wellness in the 1950s, based on a series of lectures at a Unitarian U ... Read »


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    • Wellness in school

    • Wellness in School is offered as a unit in some K-8 elementary schools in the United States. It is defined as the quality or state of being in good health, especially as an actively sought goal. Wellness is taught in 6 or 7 dimensions: physical, social, intellectual, emotional, occupational, spiritual and environmental ... Read »


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    • Quality of working life

    • "Quality of Working Life" (QWL) is a term that had been used to describe the broader job-related experience an individual has. Various authors and researchers have proposed models of quality of working life which include a wide range of factors. Selected models are reviewed below. Hackman and Oldham (1976) drew a ... Read »


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