Application and Results of the Manchester Short Assessment of Quality of Life (Mansa)

@article{Priebe1999ApplicationAR,
  title={Application and Results of the Manchester Short Assessment of Quality of Life (Mansa)},
  author={Stefan Priebe and Peter Huxley and Sarah J Knight and Susan P Evans},
  journal={International Journal of Social Psychiatry},
  year={1999},
  volume={45},
  pages={12 - 7}
}
Background Based on experiences and empirical evidence gained in studies using the Lancashire Quality of Life Profile (LQLP), the Manchester Short Assessment of Quality of Life (MANSA) has been developed as a condensed and slightly modified instrument for assessing quality of life. Its properties have been tested in a sample of community care patients. Method Fifty-five randomly selected patients on the Care Programme Approach were interviewed using the LQLP, the MANSA and the Brief Psychiatric… 
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