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The AHP questionnaire scores for consistency and stability were: intention (test Cronbach alpha=.69, retest Cronbach alpha=.81, ICC=.48), attitude (.85, .87, .83), subjective norm (.47, .82, .62), perceived behavioral control (.55, .62, .60), attitudinal beliefs (.92, .91, .82), normative beliefs (.85, .90, .74), and control beliefs barriers (.58, .55, .66) and facilitators (.72, .94, –.05).
Users are invited to adapt and use it in their own institutions to assess the quality of care provided and to measure the institution�s performance in comparison with national guidelines.
Used extensively by clinical settings for several years, this tool provides descriptive data regarding areas of needed pain education. The Mc Gill Quality of Life Instrument (MQOL) is a 20-item scale specifically developed to measure quality of life at the end of life.
The MQOL was designed to measure quality of life of people at all stages of a life-threatening illness.
We developed questionnaires for emergency physicians (EPs) and allied health professions (AHPs) based on the Theory of Planned Behavior and adapted them to the salient beliefs of each, identified in an earlier study.
Items measured demographics and direct and indirect theoretical constructs.