Assessment of Quality of Life 8D (AQoL-8D)

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Richardson, JR, Iezzi, A, Khan, MA, & Maxwell, A. (2014). Validity and Reliability of the Assessment of Quality of Life (AQoL)-8D Multi-Attribute Utility Instrument. The Patient - Patient Centered Outcomes Research, vol 7, pp 85-96. DOI 10.1007/s40271-013-0036-x
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Purpose   The AQoL 8-D is a quality of life instrument. The measure uses 35 Likert-style questions. The measure examines the following 8 domains: Independent Living, Happiness, Mental Health, Coping, Relationships, Self Worth, Pain, Senses.  The AQoL family of measures were initially designed for use in economic evaluation studies. However their use is broader and need […]
Domain(s) Quality of Life
Target population Adult
Number of items 35
Administration format self-report
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To examine the other versions of the AQoL (not all measures EWB) check here:  Choice of Instrument: Why AQoL?

Availability in other languages Chinese (Hong Kong, Chinese (Mainland), Danish, German, Italian, Spanish
Fee for use
Free
Related information on use of the measure

Register your study here: AQoL registration form – CHE – Monash Business School

 

 

 

 

Non-exhaustive list of psychometric studies

Richardson, J., Iezzi, A. (2011). Psychometric validity and the AQoL 8D Multi attribute utility instrument. Centre for Health Economics, Monash University, Melbourne.


Richardson, J, Elsworth, G, Iezzi, A, Khan, M, Mihalopoulos, C, Schweitzer, I, Herrman, H. (2011). Increasing the sensitivity of the AQoL inventory for the evaluation of interventions affecting mental health. Centre for Health Economics, Monash University, Melbourne.


Richardson, JR, Iezzi, A, Khan, MA, & Maxwell, A. (2014). Validity and Reliability of the Assessment of Quality of Life (AQoL)-8D Multi-Attribute Utility Instrument. The Patient - Patient Centered Outcomes Research, vol 7, pp 85-96. DOI 10.1007/s40271-013-0036-x

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