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Quality of Life in the Medically Ill

H. Freyberger

Quality of Life in the Medically Ill

A Psychosomatic Approach (Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, Vol 54, No 2-3, 1990)

by H. Freyberger

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Published by S Karger Pub .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Psychotherapy,
  • Psychosomatic Medicine,
  • Science/Mathematics

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsG. A. Fava (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages124
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12930127M
    ISBN 10380555379X
    ISBN 109783805553797

    In general, quality of life (QoL or QOL) is the perceived quality of an individual's daily life, that is, an assessment of their well-being or lack includes all emotional, social and physical aspects of the individual's life. In health care, health-related quality of life (HRQoL) is an assessment of how the individual's well-being may be affected over time by a disease, disability. According to your book, one problem with allocating medical resources based on which patients will enjoy the highest quality of life is that: People with low quality of life are sometimes able to pay more than others for the procedures in question. *It is likely to lead to unfair discrimination.

    quality of life the degree of satisfaction an individual has regarding a particular style of life. Although assessment tools are available to evaluate physical and social dimensions, an individual's general sense of well being or satisfaction with the attributes of life is more difficult to evaluate. quality of life a patient's general well-being. At its core, palliative care is all about improving the quality of life of a person whose life is coming to an end. Palliative care is an approach that can be applied at any point after a patient is diagnosed with a serious illness. Hospices tend to care for patients towards the end of their lives, but, they often apply the same caring : Margaret Manning.

    Coping With a Life-Threatening Illness. associate medical director for Capital Caring, which serves more than 1, clients in the Washington, D.C. area. "Those are the keys to improving Author: Gina Shaw.   Quantity Versus Quality of Life that there is a point where the quality of life that can be provided does not justify additional efforts to extend life. All terminally ill people (or, if they.


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About this book Quality, as exemplified by Quality-of-life (QoL) assessment, is frequently discussed among health care professionals and often invoked as a goal for improvement, but somehow rarely defined, even as it is regularly : Springer-Verlag New York.

Based on the authors' experience of using and developing a particular operational measure, the Lancashire Quality of Life Profile, which has been used successfully in many different studies and countries, it provides managers and practitioners in mental health with valuable normative data, insights and ideas about the role of QOL in service Cited by: Despite its sombre black cover with Golden lettering -- which I personally find very beautiful -- this is not a morbid book about death, as such, but rather the latter moments/years of life and the quality of those years.

Being Mortal's main focus is on how medicine and medical care has maybe skewed our perception on what it means to by: FEATURED BOOKS by Hank Dunn, MDiv: Click the image for more information about Hank's best-selling books on healthcare decision making and meditations for people with a serious illnesses.

Branding is available on quantities of or more of Hard Choices for Loving People. OTHER BOOKS. quality of life in general. Second, it aims at applying this theory to a medical context. In particular, I wish to point out some conclusions which follow from this theory concerning the contents of so-called "quality-of­ life instruments" in the medical setting.

The concept of quality of life to be proposed in this study is a. Since then, QoL has become increasingly important in health-care practice and research. The term “health-related quality of life” (HRQoL) narrows QoL to aspects relevant to health.

However, HRQoL is a comprehensive and complex concept for which no universally accepted definition is available (Fayers & Machin, ). Two aspects of HRQoL are. Quality of life. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines health as not merely the absence of disease or infirmity, but a state of complete psychical, mental and social well being.

1 The definition of Quality of Life (QoL) is more complex. According to WHO, QoL is defined as individuals’ perceptions of their position in life in the context of the culture and value systems in which they Cited by: A person’s quality of life is influenced by a lot of different things.

Once our most basic needs are met such as having enough to eat and drink, then we start to think of the more complicated aspects involved in creating a happy meaningful life.

This is an open access title available under the terms of a CC BY-NC-ND IGO licence. It is free to read at Oxford Scholarship Online and offered as a free PDF download from OUP and selected open access locations.

The idea of the quality of life is central to economic and social assessment and also to public policy, social legislation, and community programs/5(2).

Unfortunately, intensivists who rotate in and out of service on a weekly basis only to be confronted with a critically ill patient on a ventilator and other forms of life support do not have this Author: Jason M.

Breslow. patients who are terminally ill and/or suffering intractable pain. However, pain is not the only determinant of an intolerable existence and the problems become more complex when existential quality of life issues are the focus.

This can lead to difficult decision making for. Quality of Life Publishing Co. is now the publisher of Hank Dunn’s books, Hard Choices for Loving People: CPR, Feeding Tubes, Palliative Care, Comfort Measures, and the Patient with a Serious Illness and Light in the Shadows: Meditations While Living with a Life-Threatening Illness.

Hank Dunn is an ordained healthcare chaplain, bestselling author, and speaker. Quality of life: The patient's ability to enjoy normal life activities. Quality of life is an important consideration in medical care. Some medical treatments can seriously impair quality of life without providing appreciable benefit, whereas others greatly enhance quality of life.

End of life care is an important topic that unfortunately has been overlooked in the past. In the process of striving to achieve better understanding and treatment of medical conditions, modern medicine often fails to recognize the inevitability of disease progression despite aggressive medical by: 1.

(shelved 1 time as quality-of-life) avg rating — 14, ratings — published Want to Read saving. However, for quality of life domains to serve as quality of care indicators, the domains must be able to be improved with optimal care.

4 x 4 Cohen, S.R and Mount, B.M. Quality of life in terminal illness (defining and measuring subjective well-being in the dying). J Palliat Care. ; 8: 40–45Cited by:   Quality of Life. Dec 2, ; Share ; The term Quality of Life is often used at a time when patients, families and health care professionals are trying to understand the impact of a serious illness.

There are two key concepts associated with Quality of Life: It is multi-dimensional and includes physical, social, psychological and spiritual dimensions.

The use of the term "quality of life" to encompass the values and perceptions of patients has created doubt, confusion, and misunderstanding among practitioners, researchers, policymakers, and patients.

The principal reason for this state of affairs is that a clear conceptual basis for Cited by: This e-library for family caregivers is brought to you by HealthSense, LLC, providing holistic, health-centered care management and g New York City, including Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and the Bronx sinceour team of Aging Life Care Professionals are available to help with care coordination, medical advocacy, home care, memory care and cognitive enrichment.

“End-of-life doulas provide non-medical, holistic support and comfort to the dying person and their family, which may include education and guidance as well as emotional, spiritual or practical care, from as early as initial diagnosis through bereavement.” - The National End-of-Life Doula Alliance.

Chapter 1: Disability, Quality Of Life, & Knowledge Utilization () in the book Total Rehabilitation pointed to the differences in traditional rehabilitation terminology and terminology of the American medical profession.

Disability, as used by rehabilitation professionals, refers to a medical condition that causes a handicap.Quality of life, the degree to which an individual is healthy, comfortable, and able to participate in or enjoy life term quality of life is inherently ambiguous, as it can refer both to the experience an individual has of his or her own life and to the living conditions in which individuals findquality of life is highly subjective.The idea of the quality of life is central to economic and social assessment and also to public policy, social legislation, and community programs.

However, the commonly used indicators of economic success such as per capita income are at best crude measures of the quality of life/5.