The McGill Quality of Life Questionnaire: a measure of quality of life appropriate for people with advanced disease. A preliminary study of validity and acceptability.

@article{Cohen1995TheMQ,
  title={The McGill Quality of Life Questionnaire: a measure of quality of life appropriate for people with advanced disease. A preliminary study of validity and acceptability.},
  author={Sandra R Cohen and Balfour M Mount and M. Strobel and Franco Bui},
  journal={Palliative medicine},
  year={1995},
  volume={9 3},
  pages={207-19}
}
This is the first report on the McGill Quality of Life Questionnaire (MQOL), a questionnaire relevant to all phases of the disease trajectory for people with a life-threatening illness. This questionnaire differs from most others in three ways: the existential domain is measured; the physical domain is important but not predominant; positive contributions to quality of life are measured. This study was conducted in a palliative care setting. Principal components analysis suggests four subscales… CONTINUE READING
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