Winner of first prize in the Basis of Medicine Category of the BMA Medical Book Competition 2001'
The One Essential Comprehensive Volume on Quality of Life Research. Quality of life studies are now an essential part of the evaluation of any treatment. Written by two authors who are well respected within this field, this book is the first volume to lay down guidelines on assessing, analysing and interpreting quality of life data.
Quality of Life: Assessment, Analysis and Interpretation
Covers development of questionnaires through to analysis of studies
Includes practical examples
Fills a need in a rapidly growing area of interest
Has a clear structure and consistent approach to the material covered
This book is aimed at everyone involved in quality of life and is applicable to medical and non-medical, statistical and non-statistical readers. It is of particular relevance for clinical and biomedical researchers within both the pharmaceutical industry and practitioners in the fields of cancer and other chronic diseases.