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Health and Daily Living Form (HDLF)

Author(s)

Cronkite Ruth C; Finney John W; Moos Rudolf

1984, 1990, Rudolf H. Moos, Center for Health Care Evaluation, Stanford University Medical Center, Palo Alto, CA 94305

Purpose

  • Pathology:

Generic

  • Disease:

All

  • Objective:

To focus on the social resources people use to prevent and adapt to stressful life circumstances

  • Population for intended use:

Adolescent

Adult

[ Adult (Adult Form)
Adolescent (Youth Form) ]

 

Characteristics

  • Concept of interest:

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

  • Administration mode:

Self-administered

  • Data collection mode:

Paper and pen

  • Type of Clinical Outcome Assessment (COA):

Patient-Reported Outcome (PRO)

  • Number of items:

Adult Form: 105; Youth Form: 14

  • Recall/Observation period:

In the last year / In the last month

 

Bibliographic reference(s) of the original instrument

Billings AG, Moos R. The role of coping responses and social resources in attenuating the stress of life events. Journal of Behavioural Medicine. 1981; 4: 139-157

Billings A, Cronkite R,  Moos R. Social-environmental factors in unipolar depression: Comparisons of depressed patients and nondepressed controls. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 1983;92:119-133

Billings A, Moos R. Coping, stress, and social resources among adults with unipolar depression. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 1984;46:877-891
 
Billings A, Moos R. Treatment experiences of adults with unipolar depression: The influence of patient and life context factors. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 1984;52:119-131

Language(s)

  • Original language:

English for the USA

  • List of existing translations:

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Last update: July 2014

  

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