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  • Developed by  Mapi Research Institute and managed by Mapi Research Trust  (Lyon, France), ProQolid aims to identify and describe PRO and QOL instruments to help you choose appropriate instruments and facilitate your access to them.

    This level is available to all ProQolid visitors at no charge. For each instrument in the database, you will find 14 categories of basic information (e.g., author, objective, mode of administration, original language, existing translations, pathology, number of items, etc.). Search
    This level presents a greater degree of practical information on each instrument, most notably the author’s details and contact information, conditions of use, psychometric properties, etc., and, when available, a review copy of the original instrument, its translations, and a user manual. Login
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    We're proud to include
    the US FDA, the NIH's National Cancer Institute, the US Veterans Administration, the NIH's National Institute of Nursing Research and the Institut für Qualität und Wirtschaftlichkeit im Gesundheitswesen (IQWIG)
    among our growing list of ProQolid subscribers

    Descriptions of 593 instruments

    423 review copies of original instruments

    Review copies of 706 translations

    Review copies of 154 user manuals

    Descriptions of 80 databases


    90% of the sixth update of the instruments described in the database in collaboration with their developers completed

    New information currently added for each instrument: Ability to detect change (responsiveness)

    75 new instruments to be added in 2007

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