ACNE-Q is designed to provide clinicians and researchers with the ability to tailor their own version of the questionnaire to suit their needs.
ACNE-Q is for adolescents and adults with acne or acne scarring. The ACNE-Q has 7 scales that measure appearance (of facial, back and chest acne, skin and acne scars), acne-related symptoms and appearance-related distress.
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ACNE-Q was field-tested with 256 patients in 2 countries.
Can be used in international clinical trials to test different treatments for acne and acne scars.
Could be used to benchmark outcomes in quality improvement initiatives
Designed using a modern psychometric approach to facilitate use in patient care.
Basic Scale Structure
The ACNE-Q conceptual framework was developed from 21 patient interviews. The analysis led to the identification of 3 top-level domains: Appearance Concerns, Acne Symptoms, and Psychosocial Concerns. The item pool developed from the qualitative dataset was used to design 7 scales.
The ACNE-Q includes 5 appearane scales that measure facial, back and chest acne, acne scars and facial skin.
The ACNE-Q includes a short scale that measures acne-specific symptoms.
The ACNE-Q includes a scale that measures how often someone behaves or feels a certain way about how they look.
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Comparison of the Moorehead-Ardelt quality of life questionnaire and the BODY-Q in Danish patients undergoing weight loss and body contouring surgery. - PubMed - NCBI https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31898419
Latest Q-team publication --> International phase 1 study protocol to develop a health state classification system for a preference-based measure for women with breast cancer: t... - PubMed - NCBI https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31915176
Development of a Patient-Reported Outcome Instrument for Patients With Severe Lower Extremity Trauma (LIMB-Q): Protocol for a Multiphase Mixed Meth... - PubMed - NCBI https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31625944