Phillipe Laramee

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PMH50 THe PaTienT exPerience of alcoHol use DisorDer Whalley D.1, Luquiens A.2, Crawford S.R.1, Laramée P.3, Doward L.1, Price M.4, Hawken N.A.5, Dorey J.6, Owens L.7, Llorca P.M.8, Falissard B.2, Aubin H.J.2 1RTI Health Solutions, Manchester, UK, 2Hôpital Paul Brousse, INSERM 669, Université Paris-Sud, Villejuif, France, 3Lundbeck S.A.S.,(More)
The Alcohol Quality of Life Scale (AQoLS) is a new patient-reported outcome 34-item questionnaire measuring health-related quality of life (HRQOL), specific to patients with an alcohol use disorder, developed from the patients’ perspective. This is the first report establishing evidence in support of measurement reliability and validity of the AQoLS. A(More)
The development of patient-centred approaches and of reduction in consumption strategies in alcohol use disorder requires giving a larger place to qualitative assessments that are closer to patients’ concerns and more clinically relevant than drinking outcomes and generic health-related quality of life instrument. Our purpose was to develop from patients(More)
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