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Special public: Medical Patients

HEALTH Medical Patients
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disease, ill
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List of Studies on this Public

Reference Title of publication Public Abe & Moritsuka (1986): study JP 1981 A Case-Control Study of Climacteric Symptoms and Complaints of Japanese Women by Symptomatic Type for Psychological Variables. Women in menopause patient and controls, Miyagi, North-east Japan, 1981-82. Schwarz & Strian (1972): study XZ Germany West 1967 /1 Psychometrische Untersuchungen zur Befindlichkeit psychiatrischer und intern-medizinischer Patienten. (Psychometric investigations on well-being in psychiatric and medical patients). Medical patients, West Germany, 197? Garrity (1973): study US NorthDakota 1970 Social Involvement and Activeness as Predictors of Morale Six Months after First Myocardial Infarction. White males, heart-attack survivors, Durham, North-Carolina, USA, 1970 Henley & Davis (1967): study US 1959 Satisfaction and Dissatisfaction: A Study of the Chronically-Ill Aged Patient. 60+ aged chronically-ill, followed three years, USA, 1959-62 DeHaes et al. (1987): study NL 1981 The Distinction between Cognition and Affect. Early breast cancer patient, followed 11 and 18 month after treatment, The Netherlands, 1981-1987 Levy et al. (1988): study US 1979 Survival Hazard Analysis in First Recurrent Breast Cancer Patients: Seven-Year Follow-Up. Breast cancer patients, first recurrence cases, Eastern USA, 1979 Schulz & Decker (1985): study US 1985 Longterm Adjustment to Physical Disability: The Role of Social Support, Perceived Control and Self-Blame. 40+ aged, spinal-cord-injured, non-institutionalised, Portland Oregon, USA, 198? Yeo et al. (1987): study US 1979 Effects of Geriatric Clinic on Functional Health and Well-Being of Elders. 65+ aged, patients, ambulatory medical center, followed 18 mth, California, USA, 198? Yates et al. (1980): study US 1978 Evaluation of patients with advanced cancer using the Karnovsky Performance Status. Cancer patients, estimated surv. 3 - 12 months, Vermont, USA, 1978 Simmons et al. (1977): study US 1970 Gift of Life: The Social and Psychological Impact of Organ Transplantation. Adult renal patients, followed before and after transplant, USA, 1970-73 Simmons et al. (1977): study US 1972 /1 Gift of Life: The Social and Psychological Impact of Organ Transplantation. 8-20 aged renal (ex-)patients and controls, USA, 1972-1973 Lough et al. (1985): study US 1980 Life Satisfaction Following Heart Transplantation. Heart transplantation recipients, 7 month to 14 years after transplant, USA, 198? Bach et al. (1991): study US 1989 Life Satisfaction of Individuals with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Using Long-Term Mechanical Ventilatory Support. Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy patients and controls, USA, 1985 Brooks & McKinlay (1983): study GB 1980 Personality and Behavioral Change after Severe Blunt Head Injury - A Relative`s View. Severely head injured patients, Glasgow UK, 1980-82 Covinsky et al. (1999): study US 1994 Health Status versus Quality of Life in Older Patients: Does the Distinction Matter? 80+ aged patients 2 months after hospitalization, USA, 1994 Ringdal (1996): study NO 1991 Religiosity, Quality of Life and Survival in Cancer Patients. Cancer patients, Norway, 1991 Barge-Schaapveld et al. (1997): study NL 1992 Assessing Daily Quality of Life with the Experience Sampling Method. Patients, Maastricht, The Netherlands, 199? Kellerman et al. (1977): study US 1972 Disease-Related Communication and Depression in Pediatric Cancer Patients. Children hospitalized with cancer, US, 197? Fang et al. (2002): study TW 1999 Validation of the World Health Organizaton Quality of Life Instrument in Patients with HIV Infection. HIV-infected patients, Taipei, Taiwan, 1999-2000 Evans et al. (1990): study US 1986 The Quality of Life of Hemodialysis Recipients Treated with Recombinant Human Erythropoietin. Patients with end-stage renal disease , USA, followed 11 month, 1986 Evans et al. (1985a): study US 1980 The Quality of Life of Patients with End-Stage Renal Disease. Patients with end-stage renal disease, 11 dialysis and transplantation centers, USA., 198? Edwards & O'Connell (2003): study AU 1999 Internal Consistency and Validity of the Stroke Impact Scale 2.0 (SIS 2.0) AND sis-16 IN AN Australian Sample. Stroke survivors, Australia, 199?. Reitz et al. (2004): study CH 1999 Impact of Spinal Cord Injury on Sexual Health and Quality of Life. Spinal cord injured, Switzerland, 199? Riley et al. (2003): study US 1996 Reliability and Validity of the SF-36 in HIV-infected Homeless and Marginal Housed Individuals. HIV-infected homeless and marginally housed San Fransisco, USA, 2000. Korfage et al. (2005): study NL 1996 Five-Year Follow-Up of Health Related Quality of Life after Primary Treatment of Localized Prostate Cancer. Prostate cancer patient, The Netherlands, followed five years after treatment Korfage et al. (2006): study NL 2003 Prostate Cancer Diagnosis: The Impact on Patients' Mental Health. Prostate cancer patients, followed 8 month , The Netherlands, 2003-2004 Ostir et al. (2006): study US 2001 Does Change in Functional Performance Affect Quality of Life in Persons with Orthopaedic Impairment. 40+ orthopedic patients, 3 month after discharge, USA, 2002 Bernheim et al. (2006): study DE 1990 The Potential of Anamnestic Comparative Self Assessment (ACSA) to Reduce Bias in the Measurement of Subjective Well-Being. Patients university hospital, Berlin, Germany 1990-2003 Spijkerboer et al. (2006): study NL 2006 Health-Related Quality of Life in Children and Adolescents after Invasive Treatment for Congenital Hearth Disease. Children treated for heart disease 8 years ago, Netherlands, 2006 Arnold et al. (2006): study NL 2001 Changes in Personal Control as a Predictor of Quality of Life after Pulmonary Rehabilitation. COPD patients, before and after 20 week rehabilitation programme, Netherlands, 2001-2002 Hicks et al. (2004): study US 1997 Differences in Health-Related Quality of Life and Treatment Preferences among Black and white Patients with End-Stage Final Disease. 18-54 aged, dialysed patients, USA,1997 Kantor et al. (1978): study US 1976 Comparative Psychologic Effects of Estrogen Administration on Institutional and Noninstitutional Elderly Women. Eldery women in oestrogen therapy, followed 1 year, USA,1976 DeHaes et al. (1992): study NL 1987 The Distinction between Affect and Cognition in the Quality of Life of Cancer Patients - Sensitivity and Stability. Breast-cancer patients, The Netherlands, 198? Estwing-Ferrans & Rolling-Ferrell (1990): study US 1985 Development of a Quality of Life Index for Patients with Cancer. Female breast-cancer patients, USA, 198? Kobayashi et al. (2005): study JP 2001 Validation of the Care Notebook for Measuring Physical Mental and Life Well-Being of Patients with Cancer. Cancer out-patients, followed 4 weeks, Japan, 2001 Mellor et al. (2003): study AU 2003 The Management of Subjective Quality of Life by Short-stay Hospital Patients: An Exploratory Study. Short-stay in-ward surgery patients, shortly before and after treatment, Australia 2003 Brown et al. (2000): study AU 1991 Psychosocial Predictors of Outcome: Time to Relapse and Survival in Patients with Early Stage Melanoma. Cancer patients, Sydney Australia, followed 6 years, 1991-1997 Fromm et al. (1996): study US 1991 Positive and Negative Psychosocial Sequelae of Bone Marrow Transplantation: Implications for Quality of Life Assessment. Adult bone marrow transplantation survivors, USA. 1991 Estwing-Ferrans & Powers (1992): study US 1987 Psychometric Assessment of the Quality of Life Index. Renal patients, USA 199? Chiu et al. (2006): study TW 2005 Use of the WHOQOL-BREF for Evaluating Persons with Traumatic Brain Injury. Brain injury patients, Taiwan, 2005 Segrin et al. (2005): study US 2000 Dyadic Interdependence on Affect and Quality-of-Life Trajectories among Women with Breast Cancer and Their Partners. Breast cancer patients and partners, USA, 2000. Simmons et al. (1988): study US 1980 Quality of Life after Kidney Transplantation. Renal patients, 1-year post transplant, USA 1980-84 Morris & Jones (1989): study AT 1984 Life Satisfaction across Treatment Methods for Patients with End-Stage Renal Failure. Endstage renal patients, U.K. 198? Hinton (1979): study GB 1978 Comparison of Places and Policies for Terminal Care. End stage cancer patients, UK,1978 Erdman (1981): study NL 1978 Welbevinden bij Hartpatienten. (Well-Being of Heart Patients). Heart patients, The Netherlands 1978-1979 Grigg et al. (2006): study CA 2001 Comparing Self-Rated Health, Satisfaction and Quality of Life Scores between Diabetics and Others living in the Bella Coola Valley Diabetes patients and healthy controls, Canada, 2009 Al-Windi (2005): study SE 2003 The Relations between Symptoms, Somatic and Psychiatric Conditions, Life Satisfaction and Perceived Health. A Primary Care based Study. 16+ aged visitors health care centre, Sweden, 2003 Erdman (1981): study NL 1976 Welbevinden bij Hartpatienten. (Well-Being of Heart Patients). Heart patients and healthy controls, The Netherlands, 197? Derogatis et al. (1979): study US 1976 Psychological Coping Mechanisms and Survival Time in Metastatic Breast Cancer. Cancer patients, followed 1 year, USA, 1976-1978 Greaves-Otte et al. (1991): study NL 1990 Problems at Social Re-Integration of Long-Term Cancer Survivors. Ex-cancer patients, the Netherlands, 1987 Reynolds & Nelson (1981): study US 1975 Personality, Life Satisfaction and Life Expectancy. Institutionalized elderly chronically ill males, Los Angeles, USA, 1975-1978 Kleiboer (2006): study NL 2001 Couples Dealing with Multiple Sclerosis. A Diary Study Examining the Effects of Spousal Interactions and Well-Being. MS patients and their spouse, The Netherlands, 200? Mansson et al. (1995): study SE 1990 On Life Satisfaction and Activity Preferences in Long-Term Survivors after Stroke. Stroke patients and controls, Sweden 199? Middleton & Byrd (1996): study US 1995 Psychosocial Factors and Hospital Readmission Status of Older Persons with Cardiovascular Disease. Heart patients, USA, followed 90 days, 1995 Perquin (2002): study NL 1976 Chronic Pain in Children and Adolescents: Observational Studies. 12-18 aged, in chronic pain. Rotterdam, Netherlands, followed 2 years, 1996-99 Petersen-Ewert et al. (2005): study ZZ Europe 2003 Development and Pilot-Testing of a Health Related Quality of Life Chronic Generic Module for Children and Adolescents with Chronic Health Conditions: A European Perspective. 8-16 aged chronic patients, 7 EU countries, 2003 Zautra et al. (2005): study US 1999 Positive Affect as a Source of Resilience for Women in Chronic Pain. Female chronic pain patients, Arizona, USA, followed 10 weeks, 200? Snekkevik et al. (2003): study SE 1993 Is Sense of Coherence Stable after Multiple Trauma. Rehabilitation patients, followed 2 years after trauma, Sweden 1993-1999 Riis et al. (2005): study US 2003 Ignorance of Hedonic Adaptation to Hemodialysis: A Study Using Ecological Momentary Assessment. Hemodialysis patients and controls, USA, 2003 Wändell et al. (1997): study SE 1995 Quality of Life among Patients with Glaucoma in Sweden. Glaucoma patients,Sweden, 1995 Langeveld (1998): study NL 1990 /1 Quality of Life in Adolescents with Migraine and Other Headaches. 12-18 aged chronic headache patients, Netherlands 199? Langeveld (1998): study NL 1992 /1 Quality of Life in Adolescents with Migraine and Other Headaches. 12-18 aged, chronic headache patients, The Netherlands, 199? James & Hughes (1982): study GB 1977 Psychological Well-Being as an Outcome Variable in the Treatment of Infertility by Clomiphine. Female fertility patients, Great Britain, 1977-80 DeRuiter et al. (1993): study NL 1990 Cancer Patients and their Network: the Meaning of the Social Network and Social Interactions for Quality of Life. Cancer patients and ex-patients. The Netherlands,199? Langeveld et al. (1999): study NL 1997 Do Experienced Stress and Trait Negative Affectivity Moderate the Relationship between Headache and Quality Adolescents? 12-18 aged headache patients, The Netherlands, 1997 Filipp & Klauer (1991): study XZ Germany West 1988 Subjective Well-Being in the Face of Critical Life Events: The Case of the Successful Copers. Cancer patients, followed 6 months after onset, Trier, 198? Naess et al. (2007): study NO 2005 Psychological Well-Being of People with Epilepsy in Norway. 16+ aged epilepsia patients, Norway, 2005-09 Währborg (1999): study ZZ Western Europe 1988 Quality of Life after Coronary Angioplasty or Bypass Surgery. Revascularization patients, Europe, followed 1 year 1988-1989 Lopez-Torres Hidalgo et al. (2007): study ES Albacete, La Mancha, Castilla 2001 Functional Status in the Elderly Insomniac 65+aged with Insomnia, Spain, 2001 Craig et al. (1974): study US Maryland 1968 The Quality of Survival in Breast Cancer: A Case-Control Comparison. Breast cancer patients and controls, Maryland, USA, 1968 DenDraak (2010): study NL 2008 Oudere Tehuisbewoners Landelijk Overzicht van de Leefsituatie van Ouderen in Instellingen 2008/2009. ( Institutional Living of Older People National Survey of the Living Situation of Older People in Homes 2008/2009.) 50+ aged, living in institution, Netherlands, 2008-2009 Abbey et al. (1992): study US 1987 Infertility and Subjective Well-Being: The Mediating Roles of Self-Esteem, Internal Control, and Interpersonal Conflict. Infertile couples, United States, 1987 Hall et al. (1999): study US 1996 Follow-Up Study of Individuals With High Tetraplegia (C1-C4) 14 to 24 Years Postinjury. Tetraplegia patients 14-24 years after injury, United States, 1996 Hardy et al. (1999): study GB London 1997 The Use of the Rotterdam Symptom Checklist in Palliative Care. Cancer patients in a palliative care unit, followed 4 weeks, UK, 1997 Ahlstrand & Bränholm (1998): study SE 1993 Activity Performance, Life Satisfaction and Locus of Control in Young Women on Sick Leave. 30- aged women on sick leave, Sweden, 199? Hsieh (2012a): study US 2007 Importance is Not Unimportant: The Role of Importance Weighting in QOL Measures Frail older adults in the USA,, 200? Hsieh (2008): study US 2005 The Relative Importance of Health Frail older adults,Chicago area, USA, 2005 Janz et al. (2001): study US Michigan 1996 Factors Influencing Quality of Life in Older Women With Heart Disease. Medical Patients, Michigan, United States, followed 1 year, 199? Roberts et al. (1983): study US 1983 Relationship of Service Satisfaction to Life Satisfaction and Perceived Wellbeing. Patients health centers, United States, 1983 Anthony et al. (2009): study CA 2008 Child and Parental Perspectives of Multidimensional Quality of Life Outcomes after Kidney Transplantation. Kidney transplants , 3 years after transplant, Toronto, Canada, 2008 DeCastro et al. (2007): study ES Madrid 2004 Psychological Well-Being in Adults Transplanted in Childhood. 18-22 aged transplant patients, Spain, 2004 Yerxa & Baum (1970): study US 1986 Engagement In Daily Occupations And Life Satisfaction Among People With Spinal Cord Injuries. Spinal cord injured and controls, USA, 1986 Roberts et al. (1983): study US 1983 /1 Relationship of Service Satisfaction to Life Satisfaction and Perceived Wellbeing. 13+ aged, patients of urban public health center, USA, 1983 Averina, M. et al. (2005): study RU Archangelsk 1999 Social and lifestyle determinants of depression, anxiety, sleeping disorders and self-evaluated quality of life in Russia 15+ aged general public, Arkhangelsk, Russia, 2000 Pollock-BarZiv et al. (2003): study CA 2002 Quality of Life and Function Following Cardiac Transplantation In Adolescents 10-18 aged, cardiac patients, Canada, 200? Schnettler et al. (2017): study CL 2015 Measurement Invariance in the Satisfaction with Life Scale in Chilean and Ecuadorian Older Adults 60+ aged visitors of gerontology center, Chile, 2017 Schnettler et al. (2017): study EC 2015 Measurement Invariance in the Satisfaction with Life Scale in Chilean and Ecuadorian Older Adults 60+ aged visitors of gerontology center, Ecuador, 2015 Headey & Wooden (2004a): study BR 2006 The Importance of Wealth for Subjective Well-Being. 60+ aged visitors of a university geriatric polyclinic, Campinas state,Brazil 2006-2007 Savelieva et al. (2001): study GB 2001 Quality of Life in Patients with Silent Atrial Fibrillation Atrial fibrilation patients and controls,,U.K,2001 Broadbent et al. (2018): study AU 2013 /3 Domain Compensation in Quality of Life of Individuals with Vasovagal Syncope: a Test of Homeostasis Theory. Vasovagal synscope patients, Australia, 2013 Broadbent et al. (2018): study AU 2013 /2 Domain Compensation in Quality of Life of Individuals with Vasovagal Syncope: a Test of Homeostasis Theory. Cardiac patients, Australia, 2013 Broadbent et al. (2018): study AU 2013 /1 Domain Compensation in Quality of Life of Individuals with Vasovagal Syncope: a Test of Homeostasis Theory. Medical patients and Non-Patients, Australia, 2013 Emmons & McCullough (2003): study US 1998 /2 Counting Blessings versus Burdens: an Experimental Investigation of Gratitude and Subjective Well-Being in Daily Life. Medical patients in Gratitude exercise, USA 1998 Fernros et al. (2008): study SE 2000 Improving Quality of Life using Compound Mind-Body Therapies: Evaluation of a Course Intervention with Body Movement and Breath Therapy, Guided Imagery, Chakra Experiencing and Mindfulness Meditation. Poor health participants in a course of mind-body therapies, Sweden, 2000-2001 Morel et al. (1991): study US 1990 Long-Term Quality of Life after Kidney Transplantation in Childhood. Patients, U.S.A, 1990 Drozd et al. (2014): study NO 2010 A Web-Based Intervention Trial for Depressive Symptoms and Subjective Well-Being in Patients with Chronic HIV Infection Patients with chronic HIV infection, Norway, 2010 Mohammadi et al. (2018): study IR 2016 A Randomized Trial of an Optimism Training Intervention in Patients with Heart Disease Patients with heart disease, Iran, 2016-2017 Moskowitz et al. (2017): study US 2014 Randomized Controlled Trial of a Positive Affect Intervention for People Newly Diagnosed With HIV HIV diagnosed patients, USA, 2014 Peters et al. (2017): study ZZ 2012 Happy Despite Pain. A Randomized Controlled Trial of an 8-Week Internet-delivered Positive Psychology Intervention for Enhancing Well-being in Patients With Chronic Pain Patients with chronic pain, Netherlands and Belgium, 2012-2013 Sanjuan et al. (2016): study ES 2014 A Randomised Trial of a Positive Intervention to Promote Well-Being in Cardiac Patients Cardiac patients, Spain, 2014 Cerezo et al. (2014): study ES 2007 Positive Psychology Group Intervention for Breast Cancer Patients: A Randomised Trial Breast cancer patients, Spain, 2007-2011 Cheung et al. (2017a): study US 2011 A Randomized Pilot Trial of a Positive Affect Skill Intervention (Lessons in Linking Affect and Coping) for Women with Metastatic Breast Cancer Women with metastatic breast cancer, USA, 2011-2014 Cohn et al. (2014): study US 2010 An Online Positive Affect Skills Intervention Reduces Depression in Adults with Type 2 Diabetes Adults with type 2 diabetes, USA, 2010 Wnuk et al. (2012): study PL 2008 The Relationship of Purpose in Life and Hope in Shaping Happiness Among Patients with Poland. Cancer out-patients, Warsaw, Poland, 2008