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    Paediatric Asthma Caregiver's Quality of Life Questionnaire (PACQLQ)

    Author(s)
    Juniper Elizabeth, MCSP, Msc
    Purpose
      Pathology:
    Respiratory/lung diseases

      Disease:
    Asthma

      Objective:
    To measure the problems that the parents of children with asthma experience as a result of their child's asthma

      Population:
    Caregivers
    Characteristics
      Type of instrument:
    Quality of life

      Mode of administration:
    Self-administered

    [ Telephone and electronic-based adaptations must be developed only in collaboration with the author ]

      Number of items:
    13

      Existence of database:
    No

      Time recall:
    The last two weeks
     
    Language(s)
      Original language:
    English for North America

      List of existing translations:
    (the translations may not have undergone a full linguistic validation process. Please check status of translations with Mapi Research Trust / the developers / copyright holders / distributors)

    Afrikaans
    Finnish
    Portuguese
    Spanish for Guatemala
    Arabic
    French
    Portuguese for Brazil
    Spanish for Mexico
    Bulgarian
    French for Belgium
    Russian
    Spanish for North America
    Cantonese for Hong Kong
    French for Canada
    Serbian
    Spanish for Peru
    Danish
    German
    Spanish
    Spanish for Venezuela
    Dutch
    Hebrew
    Spanish for Argentina
    Swedish
    English for Australia
    Hungarian
    Spanish for Chile
     
    English for South Africa
    Norwegian
    Spanish for Colombia
     
    English for the UK
    Polish
    Spanish for Costa Rica
     


    For the most current list of languages available, please check www.qoltech.co.uk/

     


    Last update: October 2006
    Last update in collaboration with the author: May 2005


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