Finding ways to promote the quality of life of the patient will consequently diminish her/his problems and in this way nurses are those whom play the most important role.
What does QL stand for?
QL stands for Quality of Life (well-being)
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We have 8 other meanings of QL in our Acronym Attic
- Queen Katherine School Association (UK)
- Qualified Kindergarten Teacher (youth education)
- Quantakinetic Technologies (Los Angeles, CA)
- Quartet Klezmer Trio (music; Krakow, Poland)
- O-Ethyl-2-Diisopropylaminoethyl Methylphosphonite
- Quad Left
- Quadratus Lumborum (muscle)
- Qualification Level (Canadian military)
- Quality Level
- Quality of Life (USAF funding issues)
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This article offers advice on dealing with diverse culture change agendas and suggests strategies that support genuinely lasting improvements in nursing home residents' quality of life.
No correlation was seen between quality of life scores and age, gender, marital status, and current comorbidity.
1) This trend threatens the quality of life in many suburban and rural areas.
Consistent with this approach, over the last two decades rehabilitation researchers have suggested with increasing frequency that concepts from quality of life (QOL) research may provide an appropriate framework in which to understand the adaptation process (Crewe, 1980; Livneh, 2001; Livneh, 1988; Livneh, Martz, & Wilson, 2001; Viney & Westbrook, 1982; Wright, 1983).
By comparing themselves with other kids who understand the "illness experience," it is possible that a child's quality of life will improve.
11) Outcomes tools available by subspecialty for head and neck diseases include general health measures, such as the SF-36, (12) and the European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer Quality of Life Questionnaire (EORTC-QLQ).