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 What And Why

 
Neuro-QoL is a set of self-report measures that assesses the health-related quality of life (HRQOL) of adults and children with neurological disorders.

Neuro-QoL is comprised of item banks and scales that evaluate symptoms, concerns, and issues that are relevant across disorders - along with measures that assess areas most relevant for specific patient populations. 

Register and endorse the Terms & Conditions.  A link to the Neuro-QoL instruments PDFs will be sent to your email 

 

 News

 
 The inaugural user workshop for HealthMeasures systems (PROMIS®, Neuro-QoL,NIH Toolbox® & ASCQ-Me) is planned for June 1 & 2 More details & registration information here>>
 
 

 Training and Events

 
Learn more about Neuro-QoL by watching our video series here.
 
Topics include:  
Overview of clinical neurological outcomes
Introduction to Neuro-QoL
Introduction to item response theory
Instruction on how to access Neuro-QoL instruments   
     

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    The inaugural user workshop for HealthMeasures systems (PROMIS®, Neuro-QoL, NIH Toolbox® & ASCQ-Me) is planned for June 1 & 2 More details & registration information here>>
     

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     Featured Publications

     

    Amtmann D, Bamer AM, Johnson KL, et al. A Comparison of Multiple Patient Reported Outcome Measures in Identifying Major Depressive Disorder in People with Multiple Sclerosis. J. Psychosom. Res. 2015;Epub ahead of print.


    Miller DM, Bethoux F, Victorson D, et al. Validating Neuro-Qol Short Forms and Targeted Scales with People Who Have Multiple Sclerosis. Mult. Scler. 2015;Epub ahead of print


    Kozlowski AJ, Singh R, Victorson D, et al. Agreement between Responses from Community-Dwelling Persons with Stroke and Their Proxies on the NIH Neurological Quality of Life (Neuro-Qol) Short Forms. Arch. Phys. Med. Rehabil. 2015;Epub ahead of print. 


    Lai J-S, Nowinski CJ, Zelko F, et al. Validation of the Neuro-Qol Measurement System in Children with Epilepsy. Epilepsy Behav. 2015;Epub ahead of print.  


    See the full list of Neuro-QoL publications here>> 

     

     

     Contact Us

     
    Send an email to: ​  Neuro-QOL-Info@northwestern.edu