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McGill Quality of Life Questionnaire

Instrument Name:
McGill Quality of Life Questionnaire

Category:
Clinical Care Tool - Quality of Life

Author:
S. Robin Cohen, PhD

Author Contact Information:
S. Robin Cohen, Ph.D. (Psychology)
Research Director and Asst. Professor
Division of Palliative Care, Depts. Oncology and edicine
McGill University
Project Director
Lady Davis Institute
S.M.B.D. Jewish General Hospital

Address:
SMBD Jewish General Hospital, "Convent" site
3755 Côte Ste Catherine
Montreal, QC
Canada H3T 1E2
Phone: 514-735-1650
Fax: 514-735-1074
[email protected]

References:
Cohen SR, Mount BM, Bruera E, Rowe J & Tong K, Validity of the McGill Quality of Life Questionnaire in the palliative care setting. A multi-center Canadian study demonstrating the importance of the existential domain. Palliative Medicine. 11 (1997) 3-20.

Cohen SR, Mount BM, Strobel MG & Bui F, 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, Palliative Medicine, 9 (1995) 207-219.

Keywords:
emotional well-being, spiritual well-being, transcendence, spiritual assessment, quality of life, psychosocial assessment, symptom assessment

To use this tool:
Contact the author at [email protected] to obtain a copy of this tool. You will be asked to sign a user form. There is no charge if it is not being used for profit.

To view this tool:
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