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Editors: Awad, A. George, Voruganti, Lakshmi N.P. This book fills a significant research gap in how to integrate quality of life data into relevant clinical care plans, and to broaden its applicability to pharmacoeconomic studies of antipsychotic medications and health policy. “The purpose is to advocate for refining conceptually the idea of quality of life in schizophrenia, bridging the present gaps and going beyond measurements to its significant applications in impacting clinical care and health economics. It is relevant for researchers evaluating treatment efficacy in terms of quality of life. On Jun 15, , Santosh K. Chaturvedi (and others) published the chapter: Beyond Assessment of Quality of Life in Schizophrenia: Cultural, Clinical, and Research Perspectives from India, a Case Study in the book: Beyond Assessment of Quality of Life in Schizophrenia.
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Literature available from January to December was identified in a PubMed search using the key words “quality of life” and “schizophrenia” and in a cross-reference search for articles that . Beyond depression, symptoms of anxiety, especially social anxiety, and anhedonia were significantly associated with QoL. A serious, systematic interest in assessing quality of life experiences of persons with schizophrenia appeared in the professional literature nearly four decades ago. As in other areas of health outcome assessment, there was a stirring sense at that time that simply measuring parameters of illness did not adequately capture. Providing an argument for reformulating health-related quality of life (QOL) in schizophrenia as a bio-psycho-social construct, based on recent neuropsychobiological advances, the reader is updated on critical issues underpinning the QOL concept and its measurement in schizophrenia. QOL is discussed as both an.