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Escala de PozQoL — Calidad de vida de las personas con VIH

This is a professional translation of the English version of the PozQoL Scale.

To the best of our knowledge, this translation has not yet been validated or trialled with Spanish speakers.

If you use the Spanish (Spain) version of PozQoL, we would love to hear from you.

If you are working with Spanish speakers, please note that there is also a Spanish (Latin America) translation available.

PozQoL Tools

Implementation Kit

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 Kit is only available in English. It may be translated into more languages in the future. This will depend on demand. (So, if you would like it in another language, be sure to tell us!)

Simple Calculator

The Simple PozQoL Calculator is a spreadsheet that calculates PozQoL Scores for one person at a time.

You can choose the language of the scale items and responses from a dropdown menu in the spreadsheet. Instructions and headings are in English but can be changed manually.

Pre-Post Calculator

The Pre-Post Group PozQoL Calculator is a spreadsheet that calculates and compares baseline and follow-up group PozQoL Scores.

This tool is only available in English (but text can be changed manually).

Have you used the Spanish (Spain) version of the PozQoL Scale?

We would love to hear from you!

Your feedback and insights can help:

  • Improve the translated 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 any feedback or questions. Or you can share your experiences using PozQoL in our PozQoL Stories.

Are you a researcher working with Spanish-speaking people with HIV?

We would love to hear about your research using PozQoL to look at the quality of life and experiences of Spanish-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.

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