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Ankylosing Spondylitis Quality of Life Questionnaire (ASQoL)

Author(s)

Galen Research

Galen Research

Purpose

  • Pathology:

Immune system diseases

Musculoskeletal diseases

Skin and connective tissue diseases

  • Disease:

Arthritis, Rheumatoid

[ Ankylosing spondylitis ]

  • Objective:

To assess quality of life in patients with Ankylosing Spondylitis

  • Population for intended use:

Adult

 

Characteristics

  • Type of instrument:

Health-Related Quality of Life - HRQL (incl. health status)

  • Administration mode:

Self-administered

  • Data collection mode:

Paper and pen

  • Number of items:

18

  • Recall/Observation period:

At the moment

 

Language(s)

  • Original language:

English for the UK

  • List of existing translations:

The translations listed below may not have undergone a full linguistic validation process and may require further work to be suitable for use in a study.
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ASQoL

Dutch for the Netherlands Estonian for Estonia German for Germany Spanish for Spain
English for Canada French for Canada Hungarian Swedish for Sweden
English for the USA French for France Italian for Italy Turkish for Turkey

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Last update: September 2009

Last update in collaboration with the author: October 2007

  

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