PozQoL Scale — Quality of life among people with HIV
The English version of PozQoL:
- Was validated on a sample of 465 adult Australians living with HIV (2016-2018)
- Was piloted in 10 Australian organisations that work with people living with HIV (2018-2019)
- Is being used in various settings
If you use the English version of PozQoL, we would love to hear from you.
The Implementation Kit was co-designed by organisations that were part of the PozQoL Usability Trial. It provides information about how to use the PozQoL Scale in practice.
The Pre-Post Group PozQoL Calculator is a spreadsheet that calculates and compares baseline and follow-up group PozQoL Scores.
Have you used the English version of the PozQoL Scale?
We would love to hear from you!
Your feedback and insights can help:
- Improve the PozQoL Scale
- Make it easier to use
- Ensure that it is useful, relevant, and culturally appropriate
- Support others who are thinking about using it
Please feel free to contact us with your feedback or questions.
Are you a researcher working with English-speaking people with HIV?
We would love to hear about your research using PozQoL to look at the quality of life and experiences of English-speaking people with HIV.
If you are in a position to do so, we also encourage you to consider conducting further validation or implementation trials.
Copyright © La Trobe University, through its Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, 2021
Published in Australia by La Trobe University, Melbourne, VIC 3086, Australia
The PozQoL Scale and Tools are copyrighted.
Unless otherwise stated, the work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-Non Derivatives License
If you produce any written works or other media related to your use of PozQoL, you must cite PozQoL using the following reference:
Brown, G, Mikołajczak, G, Lyons, A, Power, J, Drummond, F, Cogle, A, Allan, B, Cooper, C & O’Connor, S 2018, ‘Development and validation of PozQoL: A scale to assess quality of life of PLHIV’, BMC Public Health, vol. 18, p. 527.
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