Assessing the use of health-related quality of life measures in the routine clinical care of lung-transplant patients

@article{Santana2010AssessingTU,
  title={Assessing the use of health-related quality of life measures in the routine clinical care of lung-transplant patients},
  author={Maria-Jose Santana and David Ii Feeny and Jeffrey A. Johnson and Finlay Aleck McAlister and Daniel X. Kim and Justin Weinkauf and Dale C. Lien},
  journal={Quality of Life Research},
  year={2010},
  volume={19},
  pages={371-379}
}
This randomized controlled clinical trial examined the usefulness of including an assessment of health-related quality of life (HRQL) in the routine clinical care of lung-transplant patients. We hypothesized that the inclusion of HRQL in routine clinical care would improve patient–clinician communication, affect clinical management, and improve patients’ HRQL. At the outpatient clinic, University of Alberta Hospital, patients were randomly assigned to intervention (completion of Health… CONTINUE READING

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