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DescriptionDeveloped to identify opportunities for improving medical care and examine the impact of interventions or demonstration programs.
AuthorJoan Teno
Items 
FormatMixed
PublisherCenter for Gerontology and Health Care Research
CopyrightBrown University - permissive use
ReferenceTeno JM, Claridge B, Casey V, Edgman-Levitan S, Fowler J.: Validation of Toolkit After-Death Bereaved Family Member Interview. J Pain Symptom Manage 2001 Sep;22(3):752-8
Linkhttp://www.chcr.brown.edu/pcoc/linkstoinstrumhtm.htm
 
DescriptionExplores whether early-stage breast cancer patients perceived to have had a choice with regard to adjuvant chemotherapy and their reasons for having perceived no choice.
AuthorSylvia Jansen
Items11
Format5-point Likert scale
PublisherSpringer
Copyright2006 Springer Netherlands Breast Cancer Research and Treatment
ReferenceJansen, SJT, Otten, W & Stiggelbout, AM (2006). Factors affecting patients' perceptions of choice for adjuvant chemotherapy. Breast cancer research and treatment, 2006(99), 35-45.
LinkThe items of the instrument may be found in the key reference document - p.44.
BART
DescriptionA computerized, laboratory-based measure that involves actual risky behavior for which, similar to real-world situations, riskiness is rewarded up until a point at which further riskiness results in poorer outcomes.
AuthorC. W. Lejuez
Items 
Format 
PublisherElsevier
Copyright2003 The Association for Professionals in Services for Adolescents
ReferenceLejuez et al. (2002). C.W. Lejuez, J.P. Read, C.W. Kahler, J.B. Richards, S.E. Ramsey, G.L. Stuart, D.R. Strong and R.A. Brown, Evaluation of a behavioral measure of risk-taking: The Balloon Analogue Risk Task (BART). Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 6 (2002), pp. 75?84.
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BAI®
DescriptionDiscriminates anxious diagnostic groups (panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, etc.) from nonanxious diagnostic groups (major depression, dysthymic disorder, etc).
AuthorAaron T. Beck
Items21
Format4-point frequency Likert scale
PublisherPearson Education, Inc.
CopyrightAaron T. Beck
ReferenceBeck AT, Epstein N, Brown G, Steer RD. An inventory for measuring clinical anxiety: Psychometric properties. J of Consul & Clin Psych 1988; 56: 893-897.
Linkhttp://psychcorp.pearsonassessments.com/HAIWEB/Cultures/en-us/Productdetail.htm?Pid=015-8018-400&Mode=summary
BDI®
DescriptionAssesses the severity of depression in clinical and normal patients.
AuthorAaron T. Beck
Items20
Format4-point , ordered multiple choice items
PublisherPearson Education, Inc.
Copyright1978 Aaron Beck The Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy and Research
ReferenceBeck AT, Ward CH, Mendelson M, Mock J. An inventory for measuring depression. Archives of General Psychiatry 1961; 4: 561-71.
Linkhttp://psychcorp.pearsonassessments.com/HAIWEB/Cultures/en-us/Productdetail.htm?Pid=015-8019-415&Mode=summary
BDI-II®
DescriptionAssesses the severity of depression in clinical and normal patients.
AuthorAaron T. Beck
Items21
FormatRank-ordered 4-point multiple choice
PublisherPearson Education, Inc.
CopyrightAaron T. Beck
ReferenceBeck AT, Beck RW. Screening depressed patients in family practice: A rapid technic. PostGraduate Med 1972; December, 81-85.
Linkhttp://www.pearsonassessments.com/HAIWEB/Cultures/en-us/Productdetail.htm?Pid=015-8018-370&Mode=summary
BHS®
DescriptionMeasures three major aspects of hopelessness: feelings about the future, loss of motivation, and expectations.
AuthorAaron T. Beck
Items20
Formatself-report
PublisherPearson Education, Inc.
CopyrightAaron T. Beck
ReferenceBeck AT, Weissman A, Lester D, Trexler L. The measurement of pessimism: The Hopelessness Scale. Journal of consulting and clinical psychology, 1974;42:861-865.
Linkhttp://www.pearsonassessments.com/HAIWEB/Cultures/en-us/Productdetail.htm?Pid=015-8133-609&Mode=summary
 
DescriptionEvaluates positive and negative perceptions of well-being to discern the relative contribution of environmental factors to psychological well-being.
AuthorNorman Bradburn
Items10
FormatYes/No
PublisherNORC
CopyrightNo restrictions with citation
ReferenceBradburn NM. The structure of pyschological well-being. Chicago, Aldine Publishing, 1969.
Linkhttp://cloud9.norc.uchicago.edu/dlib/spwb/summary.htm#abs
BCM-20
DescriptionA brief symptoms list for use in combination with QLQ-30.
AuthorDavid Osoba
Items 
Format4-point frequency Likert scales
PublisherSpringer
Copyright 
ReferenceOsoba D, Aaronson NK, Sneeuw K, et al. The development and psychometric validation of a brain cancer quality-of life questionnaire for use in combination with general cancer-specific questionnaires. Qual of Life Res 1996; 5: 139-150.
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BCQ
DescriptionAssesses focus on loss of attractiveness, fatigue, physical symptoms, inconvenience, emotional distress, and feelings of hope and support from others in breast cancer patients.
AuthorMark Levine
Items30
Format 
PublisherAuthor
CopyrightWithout Copyright
ReferenceLevine, MN, Guyatt, GH, Quality of life in stage II breast cancer: an instrument for clinical trials, Journal of Clinical Oncology, Vol 6, 1798-1810.
LinkThe items of the instrument may be found in the key reference document - p. 1806.
BGKQ
DescriptionAssesses knowledge of information typically included in genetic counseling for breast cancer.
AuthorJ Erblich
Items27
FormatTrue/False/DK; Multiple choice
PublisherElsevier
Copyright2004 Elsevier Ireland Ltd.
ReferenceErblich J, Brown K, Youngmee K, Livingston BE et al. Development and validation of a breast cancer genetic counseling knowledge questionnaire. Patient Education & Counseling 2005; 56: 182-91.
LinkThe items of the instrument may be found in the key reference document.
BCKT
DescriptionAssesses screening and detection knowledge among women regarding breast cancer.
AuthorKL McCance
Items18
FormatMultiple Choice
PublisherElsevier
Copyright 
ReferenceMcCance KL, Mooney KH, Smith KR, Fields R. Validity and reliability of a new Breast Cancer Knowledge Test. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 1990; 6: 93-98.
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BCPT
DescriptionAssesses the presence and severity of symptoms related to tamoxifen as part of the BCPT
AuthorLauren Terhorst
Items42
Format5 pt Likert scale
PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Copyright2010 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
ReferenceTerhorst, L., Blair-Belansky, H., Moore, P. J. and Bender, C. (2011), Evaluation of the psychometric properties of the BCPT Symptom Checklist with a sample of breast cancer patients before and after adjuvant therapy. Psycho-Oncology, 20: 961–968. doi: 10.1002/pon.1806
LinkThe items of the instrument may be found in the key reference document.
BCD
DescriptionA 4-question interviewer-administered instrument for the recognition of depression.
AuthorD.M. Clarke
Items4
Format 
Publisher 
Copyright 
ReferenceClarke DM, McKenzie DP, Marshall RJ, Smith GC. The construction of a brief case-finding instrument for depression in the physically ill. Integr Psychiatry. 1994;10:117–123.
Linkhttp://www.med.monash.edu.au/spppm/research/pabm/download/bcd.pdf
 
DescriptionDesigned to identify individuals with a high or low fat intake. Intended as a rapid screening tool to identify those who may benefit from counseling.
AuthorG Block
Items13
Format9-point frequency Likert scale
Publisher 
CopyrightGladys Block, Executive Plaza North, Rm 313, National Cancer Institute NIH, 9000 Rockville Pike, Bethesda MD 20892
ReferenceBlock G, Clifford C, Naughton DM, Henderson M, McAdama M. A brief dietary screen for high fat intake. J Nutr Edu 1989; 21: 199-207.
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BEDS
DescriptionA brief and sensitive method of screening for depression in advanced cancer patients.
AuthorM Lloyd-Williams
Items6
Format 
Publisher 
Copyright 
ReferenceLloyd-Williams M, Shiels C, Dowrick C., The development of the Brief Edinburgh Depression Scale (BEDS) to screen for depression in patients with advanced cancer., J Affect Disord. 2007 Apr;99(1-3):259-64. Epub 2006 Oct 20.
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BEPSI
DescriptionDesigned to identify spectrum of stress. Developed for use in primary care clinical and research settings.
AuthorSH Frank
Items6
Format7-point ordered scales
PublisherDowden Health Media
Copyright 
ReferenceFrank SH, Zyzanski SJ. Stress in the clinical setting: A brief encounter psychological stress interview. J Fam Pract 1988; 26: 533-39.
LinkThe items of the instrument may be found in the key reference document.
BFI
DescriptionAssesses the severity and the impact of fatigue on daily functioning.
AuthorCharles Cleeland
Items9
Format 
Publisher 
Copyright1997 The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center
ReferenceMendoza TR, Wang XS, Cleeland CS, Morrissey M, Johnson BA, Wendt JK, Huber SL. The rapid assessment of fatigue severity in cancer patients. Cancer, 1999; 85: 1186-1196.
Linkhttp://www.mdanderson.org/education-and-research/departments-programs-and-labs/departments-and-divisions/symptom-research/symptom-assessment-tools/brief-fatigue-inventory-bfi.html
BHI
DescriptionAssesses patients' symptoms, satisfaction with care, and quality of life.
AuthorHong Guo
Items17
Format 
PublisherElsevier
Copyright2001 U.S. Cancer Pain Relief
ReferenceHong Guo, Perry Fine, et al., A Preliminary Study of the Utility of the Brief Hospice Inventory, Journal of Pain and Symptom Management Volume 22, Issue 2, August 2001, 637-648.
LinkThe items of the instrument may be found in the key reference document.
Brief IPQ
DescriptionProvides a rapid assessment of illness perceptions which could be particularly helpful in ill populations, large-scale studies, and repeated measures research designs.
AuthorElizabeth Broadbent
Items9
Format 
PublisherElsevier
Copyright2006 Elsevier Inc.
ReferenceElizabeth Broadbent, Keith J. Petrie, et al., The Brief Illness Perception Questionnaire, Journal of Psychosomatic Research, Volume 60, Issue 6, June 2006, 631-637.
LinkThe items of the instrument may be found in the key reference document.
BPI
DescriptionAssesses severity of pain, impact of pain on daily function, location of pain, pain medications, and amount of pain relief in the past 24 hours or the past week.
AuthorCharles Cleeland
Items32
Format10-item scale
PublisherPain Research Group
Copyright1991 Charles Cleeland - permission to use is routinely granted at no cost by providing a short description of intended use
ReferenceDaut RL, Cleeland CS, Flanery RC (1983). Development of the Wisconsin Brief Pain Questionnaire to assess pain in cancer and other diseases. Pain; 17: 197-210.
Linkhttp://www3.mdanderson.org/depts/prg/bpicopy.htm
BPI - SF
DescriptionAssesses severity of pain, impact of pain on daily function, location of pain, pain medications, and amount of pain relief in the past 24 hours or the past week.
AuthorCharles Cleeland
Items9
Format10-item scale
PublisherPain Research Group
CopyrightCharles Cleeland, permission to use is routinely granted at no cost by providing a short description of intended use.
ReferenceDaut RL, Cleeland CS, Flanery RC (1983). Development of the Wisconsin Brief Pain Questionnaire to assess pain in cancer and other diseases. Pain; 17: 197-210.
Linkhttp://www3.mdanderson.org/depts/prg/bpicopy.htm
BSI®
DescriptionAssesses psychological symptoms and psychological distress.
AuthorLeonard R. Derogatis
Items53
Format5-point rating scale
PublisherCambridge University Press
CopyrightLeonard R. Derogatis
ReferenceLeonard R. Derogatis and Nick Melisaratos, The Brief Symptom Inventory: an introductory report, Psychological Medicine (1983), 13:595-605.
Linkhttp://psychcorp.pearsonassessments.com/HAIWEB/Cultures/en-us/Productdetail.htm?Pid=PAbsi
CAM
DescriptionMeasures cancer awareness in the general public.
AuthorS Stubbings
Items55
Formatmixed
PublisherNature Publishing Group
Copyright2009 Cancer Research UK
ReferenceS Stubbings, K Robb, J Waller, et al, Development of a measurement tool to assess public awareness of cancer, British Journal of Cancer (2009) 101, S13–S17. doi:10.1038/sj.bjc.6605385
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CBI-B
DescriptionMeasures self-efficacy for coping with cancer. It was derived from the longer 33-item version subjected to psychometric analysis.
AuthorCaroline A Heitzmann
Items12
Format 
PublisherWiley-Blackwell
Copyright2010 John Wiley
ReferenceHeitzmann, C. A., Merluzzi, T. V., Jean-Pierre, P., Roscoe, J. A., Kirsh, K. L. and Passik, S. D. (2011), Assessing self-efficacy for coping with cancer: development and psychometric analysis of the brief version of the Cancer Behavior Inventory (CBI-B). Psycho-Oncology, 20: 302?312. doi: 10.1002/pon.1735.
LinkThe items of the instrument may be found in the key reference document.
CBI
DescriptionMeasures self-efficacy for coping with cancer.
AuthorThomas V. Merluzzi
Items33
Format9-point scales
Publisher 
Copyright 
ReferenceMerluzzi TV, Nairn RC, Hedge K, Sanchez MAM, Dunn L. Self-efficacy for coping with cancer: Revision of the Cancer Behavior Inventory (Version 2.0). Psycho-Oncology 2001; 10: 206-17.
LinkThe items of the instrument may be found in the key reference document.
CCAT-PF
DescriptionAssesses congruence in patient family caregiver communication for both research and clinical purposes.
AuthorLaura Siminoff
Items18
Format6-point scale
PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons, Inc.
CopyrightLaura A. Siminoff & Steven Zyzanski
ReferenceLaura A. Siminoff, Stephen J. Zyzanski, Julia Hannum Rose and Amy Y. Zhang. The Cancer Communication Assessment Tool for Patients and Families (CCAT-PF): a new measure. Psycho-Oncology 17: 1216-1224 (2008).
Linkhttp://www.behavioralhealth.vcu.edu/research/measurement.html
CCQ
DescriptionMeasures coping strategies in adjuvant therapy.
AuthorStirling Moorey
Items21
Format4-point scale
Publisher 
Copyright 
ReferenceMoorey S, Frampton M, Greer S. The Cancer Coping Questionnaire: A self-rating scale for measuring the impact of adjuvant psychological therapy on coping behaviour. Psycho-Oncology 2003; 12: 331-44.
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CFS
DescriptionAssesses fatigue in cancer patients.
AuthorToru Okuyama
Items15
Format 
PublisherElsevier
Copyright 2000 U.S. Cancer Pain Relief Committee
ReferenceToru Okuyama, Tatsuo Akechi, et. al., Development and Validation of the Cancer Fatigue Scale: A Brief, Three-Dimensional, Self-Rating Scale for Assessment of Fatigue in Cancer Patients, Journal of Pain and Symptom Management Volume 19, Issue 1, January 2000, 5-14.
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DescriptionMeasures cancer fears and perceptions of cancer treatment options.
AuthorMary E. Burman
Items16
Format4-point scales
Publisher 
Copyright 
ReferenceBurman ME, Weinert C. Rural dwellers' cancer fears and perceptions of cancer treatment. Public Health Nursing 1997; 14: 272-79.
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CaNDI
DescriptionA self-report, needs-based measure of cancer-related distress.
AuthorAmy Lowery
Items39
Format 
PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Copyright2011 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
ReferenceLowery, A. E., Greenberg, M. A., Foster, S. L., Clark, K., Casden, D. R., Loscalzo, M. and Bardwell, W. A. (2011), Validation of a needs-based biopsychosocial distress instrument for cancer patients. Psycho-Oncology. doi: 10.1002/pon.2008
LinkThe items of the instrument may be found in the key reference document.
CPNS
DescriptionMeasures needs of patients with cancer.
AuthorRebecca Lackey
Items69
Format2 7-point Likert scales
PublisherVirginia Henderson International Nursing Library
Copyright 
Reference 
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CARES-SF
DescriptionGathers specific information about the day-to-day problems and rehabilitation needs of cancer patients, for use in research or clinical purposes.
AuthorCyndie Coscarelli Schag
Items59
Format5-point frequency scale
PublisherCARES Consultants
Copyright 
ReferenceSchag CAC, Heinrich RL (1990) Development of a Comprehensive Quality of Life Measurement Tool CARES, Oncology 4 135-138.
LinkApply to Dr PA Ganz
CTSQ©
DescriptionFocuses on the issues oncology patients consider when evaluating chemotherapy in terms of expectations and satisfaction.
AuthorLinda Abetz
Items21
Format 
PublisherMapi Research Trust (MRT)
Copyright2007 Pfizer Inc.
ReferenceAbetz, Linda, Coombs, John, et al., Development of the Cancer Therapy Satisfaction Questionnaire: Item Generation and Content Validity Testing, Value in Health Volume 8 Issue s1, Pages S41 - S53.
Linkhttp://www.mapi-trust.org/services/questionnairelicensing/cataloguequestionnaires/42-CTSQ
CaTS
DescriptionAssesses sensory/psychological concerns and procedural concerns relating to cancer treatment.
AuthorPenelope Schofield
Items25
Format5 pt scale
PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Copyright2010 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
ReferenceSchofield, P., Gough, K., Ugalde, A., Carey, M., Aranda, S. and Sanson-Fisher, R. (2012), Cancer Treatment Survey (CaTS): development and validation of a new instrument to measure patients' preparation for chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Psycho-Oncology, 21: 307–315. doi: 10.1002/pon.1896
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CWI
DescriptionMeasures a patient's concerns about cancer.
AuthorGina M. D'Errico
Items24
Format5-point scale
PublisherThe Haworth Press Inc.
Copyright1999 The Haworth Press, Inc.
ReferenceD'Errico GM, Galassi JP, Schanberg R, Ware WB. Development and validation of the Cancer Worries Inventory: A measure of illness-related cognitions. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology 1999; 17: 119-37.
LinkThe items of the instrument may be found in the key reference document.
CRCP
DescriptionAssesses whether patients and their partners have difficulty talking about cancer with each other.
AuthorAlice B. Kornblith
Items15
Format3-point scale
PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons, Inc.
CopyrightJohn Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
ReferenceKornblith AB, Regan MM, Kim Y, Greer G, et al. Cancer-related communication between female patients and male partners scale: A pilot study. Psycho-Oncology, 2006; 15: 780-794.
LinkThe items of the instrument may be found in the key reference document.
CRFDS
DescriptionMeasures distress due to cancer related fatigue.
AuthorSandra Holley
Items23
FormatNRS
Publisher 
Copyright 
ReferenceHolley, SK, Evaluating patient distress from cancer-related fatigue: an instrument development study, Oncology Nursing Forum, 2000 Oct;27(9):1425-31.
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CTM
DescriptionMeasures quality of preparation for care transitions from hospital to community care.
AuthorEric A. Coleman
Items15
Format4-point scale
PublisherUtrecht Publishing & Archiving Services
CopyrightUltrecht
ReferenceE.A. Coleman, J.D. Smith, J.C. Frank, T.B. Eilertsen, J.N. Thiare and A.M. Kramer, Development and testing of a measure designed to assess the quality of care transitions, Int J Integr Care 2 (2002), p. e02.
LinkThe items of the instrument may be found in the key reference document.
CQOLC
DescriptionMeasures quality of life of the family caregiver of patients with cancer.
AuthorMichael A. Weitzner
Items35
Format5-point Likert scale
Publisher 
Copyright 
ReferenceWeitzner, M.A., Jacobsen, P.B., et al., The Caregiver Quality of Life Index?Cancer (CQOLC) scale: development and validation of an instrument to measure quality of life of the family caregiver of patients with cancer, Quality of Life Research, Volume 8, Numbers 1-2 / March, 1999, 55-63.
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CES-D
DescriptionMeasures depressive symptomatology in the general population.
AuthorLenore Radloff
Items20
Format4-point Frequency Likert scale
Publisher 
CopyrightCenter for Epidemiologic Studies, National Institute of Mental Health
ReferenceRadloff LS. The CES-D Scale: A self-report depression scale for use in the general population. Applied Psychological Measurement 1977; 1: 385-401.
Linkhttp://www.chcr.brown.edu/pcoc/cesdscale.pdf
CES-D-15
DescriptionA promising tool for paediatricians to enhance the recognition rate of juvenile depression
AuthorKathrin Pietsch
Items15
Format4 pt scale
PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Copyright 2012 The Authors
ReferencePietsch, K., Allgaier, A.-K., Frühe, B., Hoyler, A., Rohde, S. and Schulte-Körne, G. (2012), Screening for adolescent depression in paediatric care: validity of a new brief version of the Center for Epidemiological Studies Depression Scale. Child and Adolescent Mental Health. doi: 10.1111/j.1475-3588.2012.00650.x
LinkThe items of the instrument may be found in the key reference document.
COPS
DescriptionMeasures the centrality of pain as a patient-centered concept related to how central pain is to a patient's life.
AuthorChristina Nicolaidis
Items10
Format 
PublisherWiley-Blackwell
Copyright 
ReferenceNicolaidis, C., Chianello, T. and Gerrity, M. , Development and Preliminary Psychometric Testing of the Centrality of Pain Scale. Pain Medicine, no. doi: 10.1111/j.1526-4637.2011.01072.x
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DescriptionMonitors temporal factors such as patient's health status, prescribed treatment, health insurance coverage, and employment status during patient participation at each survey administration.
AuthorRobin Matsuyama
Items 
FormatYes/No/DK and Q&A
Publisher 
Copyright 
Reference 
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CCI
DescriptionPredicts the 1 year mortality for a patient who may have a range of co-morbid conditions such as heart disease, AIDS, or cancer (a total of 22 conditions).
AuthorMary E. Charlson
Items 
FormatYes/No
PublisherElsevier
Copyright1987 Elsevier Journal of Chronic Diseases
ReferenceCharlson ME, Pompei P, Ales K, MacKenzie CR: A new method of classifying prognostic comorbidity in longitudinal studies: development and validation. J Chron Dis 1987, 40:373-383.
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CMSBQ
DescriptionMeasures Chinese American women's beliefs about mammogram screening.
AuthorTY Wu
Items 
Format4-point Likert scale
PublisherLippincott Williams & Wilkins
Copyright2003 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.
ReferenceWu TY, Yu MY. Reliability and validity of the mammography screening beliefs questionnaire among Chinese American women. Cancer Nursing 2003; 26: 131-42.
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CPCI™
DescriptionAssesses the use of coping strategies that are typically targeted for change in multidisciplinary pain treatment programs
AuthorMark P. Jensen
Items 
Format 
PublisherPsychological Assessment Resources, Inc.
Copyright 2010 PAR
ReferenceJensen, M.P., Turner, J.A., The chronic pain coping inventory: development and preliminary validation, Pain, Volume 60, Issue 2, February 1995, Pages 203-216.
Linkhttp://www4.parinc.com/Products/Product.aspx?ProductID=CPCI
CSQ-18
DescriptionMeasures client satisfaction.
AuthorC. Clifford Attkisson
Items18
Format 
PublisherElsevier
Copyright 
ReferenceAttkisson, C. Clifford ; Zwick, Rebecca, The Client Satisfaction Questionnaire: Psychometric properties and correlations with service utilization and psychotherapy outcome, Evaluation and Program Planning, Vol 5(3), 1982, 233-237.
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DescriptionExamines reasons that patients either agree or decline entry into randomized trials of cancer.
AuthorV Jenkins
Items16
Format5-point scale
PublisherAuthor
Copyright2000 Nature Publishing Group
ReferenceJenkins V, Fallowfield L. Reasons for accepting or declining to participate in randomized clinical trials for cancer therapy. British Journal of Cancer 2000; 82: 1783-8.
LinkThe items of the instrument may be found in the key reference document.
CES
DescriptionMeasures colonoscopy-related embarrassment
AuthorKimberly Mitchell
Items13
Format 
PublisherSage
Copyright2012 SAGE Publications
ReferenceMitchell KA, Rawl SM, Champion VL, Jeffries PR, Welch JL., Development and psychometric testing of the colonoscopy embarrassment scale, West J Nurs Res. 2012 Jun;34(4):548-64. Epub 2011 Jun 6.
LinkThe items of the instrument may be found in the key reference document.
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