Health-related quality of life (HRQL) for individuals with self-reported chronic physical and/or mental health conditions: panel survey of an adult sample in the United States
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Martha Bayliss, Regina Rendas-Baum, Michelle K White, Mark Maruish, Jakob Bjorner, Sandra L Tunis
In the US, approximately 53% of adults have at least one chronic condition. Comorbid physical and mental health conditions often have an incremental negative impact on health-related quality of life (HRQL). Primary study objectives were to quantify the impact on HRQL of a) ≥ 1 physical condition , b) ≥ 1 comorbid mental health conditions added to a physical one, c) ≥ 1 mental health condition, and d) ≥ 1 comorbid physical conditions added to at least one related to mental health. Decrements were based on a "Healthy" reference group reporting no chronic conditions.
|Journal||Health and Quality of Life Outcomes|
|Publication status||Published - 2012|
- Adult, Chronic Disease, Comorbidity, Female, Health Status, Health Surveys, Humans, Male, Mental Disorders, Middle Aged, Quality of Life, Self Report, United States