Measuring Health-Related Quality of Life in Children and Adolescents: Implications for Research and Practice

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Index

A
Ablation replacement model, 45
Abdominal pain, pediatric quality of life indicators, in, 237-249
Abdominal Pain Index (API), 240 Predictors of recovery, 245-247 Recovery, 244-245 Stability in quality of life, 244
Acceptability of health-related quality of life measures, 172-173
Activities of daily living, role of in assessing health-related quality of life, 48
Adolescent health
Health-related quality of life in, 63-84
Outcomes of, 65-66
Profiling health in, 85-104
Public policy for, 25-37, 63-84
Agency for Health Care Policy and Research, 29
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
Assessment of quality of life in, 219-235
Clinical trials of quality of life assessment in, 219-235
Asthma, quality of life measurement in, 173-174
Attitude Toward Growth Scale, 260-262

B
Battery approach to assessment of quality of life, 17-18, 219-235, 240-250
Behavioral adjustment, see Psychological adjustment
Behavioral Problems Index, 225
Biomedical model in health assessment, 27, 63, 65
British Society for Pediatric Endocrinology (BSPE), 315
Burden
Definition of, 73
in cystic fibrosis, 203-204
in insulin dependent diabetes mellitus, 131-133
Measures of in asthma, 176-177

C
Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale (CESD), 241
Child Behavior Check List (CBCL), 207, 258-259, 294, 318-319
Child Depression Inventory (CDI), 241
Child health
Assessment of, 105-123
Cultural factors in assessment of, 122-123
Educational Attainment in Assessment of, 122-123
Influence of sociodemographic status, 107-108
Influences on, 346-347
Parental perceptions of, 121-122
Child Health and Illness Profile (CHIPAE)
Development of, 86-98
Domain and subdomain structure in, 96-97
Internal consistency, 90-91
Profiles of chronically ill youth in, 101-104

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