A novel, psychometrically robust self-report questionnaire for children and young people - the VQoL_CYP - which captures the day to day impact of living with impaired vision from their perspective.
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A novel, psychometrically robust self-report questionnaire for children and young people - the VQoL_CYP - which captures the day to day impact of living with impaired vision from their perspective. The 35-item, 4-point scale has potential as a complementary adjunct to our complementary functional vision instrument (FVQ_CYP 10-15 years) and objective clinical assessments in routine paediatric ophthalmology practice and in research.
This research was supported by The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association (Grant: OR2006-03b) www.guidedogs.org.uk
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Tadi?, Valerija (Title: Dr)
Cooper, Andrew (Title: Dr)
Cumberland, Phillippa (Title: Mrs)
Lewando-Hundt, Gillian (Title: Professor)
Rahi, Jugnoo Sangeeta (Title: Professor)
Title: VQoL_CYP (10-15 years)
Year of publication: 2016
DOI Dataset: The dataset contains 3 individual pdfs:
I. VQoL_CYP (35) Manual FINAL: that is the instruction for use of the
two questionnaires that are gender specific
II. VQoL_CYP (35) 10-15 years form BOY version FINAL: The developed
questionnaire to be used for boys aged 10-15
III. VQoL_CYP (35) 10-15 years form GIRL version FINAL: The developed
questionnaire to be used for girls aged 10-15
- Rahi, Lewando-Hundt, Cumberland, Cooper, Tadic (Feb 2016), Measuring the Quality of Life of Visually Impaired Children: First Stage Psychometric Evaluation of the Novel VQoL_CYP Instrument, PLoS One, 11(2): e0146225
- Vision-related Quality of Life Group, Lewando-Hundt, Keeley, Tadić, Rahi (2011 May), Capturing children and young people"s perspectives to identify the content for a novel vision-related quality of life instrument., Ophthalmology, 118(5), 819-24.
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