Long-Term Conditions Questionnaire now available!

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20th November 2020

The LTCQ was designed and developed to understand the impact of long-term health conditions on people’s lives, and to find out what support those people want or need.

A long-term condition (LTC) is any health issue that has lasted, or will last, for at least 12 months. LTCs include memory problems, depression and other mental health conditions as well as physical health conditions such as diabetes and heart disease. The Long-Term Conditions Questionnaire (LTCQ) is a 20-item patient-reported outcome measure (PROM) for assessing the overall impact of living with long-term health conditions, including multi-morbidity

The LTCQ was designed and developed to understand the impact of long-term health conditions on people’s lives, and to find out what support those people want or need. The LTCQ is validated for use both in health and social care settings. It was developed through an extensive process of qualitative and cognitive interviews and can be used both in research (including clinical studies) and in clinical practice, with the potential to inform person-centered service provision.

The LTCQ is now available to licence.

For all enquiries, please email healthoutcomes@innovation.ox.ac.uk.

Best wishes,

The Clinical Outcomes team

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