The Illness Intrusiveness Rating Scale asks people affected by chronic illnesses, “How much does your illness and/or its treatment interfere with your:" followed by thirteen specific life domains: health, diet, paid work, active recreation, passive recreation, financial situation, relationship with your spouse, sex life, family relations, other social relations, self-expression/self-improvement, religious expression, community and civic involvement. The items are rated on a 1 (not so much)-7 (very much) point Likert scale.
Year: 1983 Authors: Devins et al. Disease: T2DM Outcome: Quality of life
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Measure: Quality of life
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Number of RCTs that used this tool (in our study): 1
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Scale: Lower scores are better Reference: Devins, G. M., Binik, Y. M., Hutchinson, T. A., Hollomby, D. J., Barré, P. E., & Guttmann, R. D. (1983). The emotional impact of end-stage renal disease: importance of patients' perception of intrusiveness and control. International journal of psychiatry in medicine, 13(4), 327–343.
Target population: General population Focus Generic Notes Patients with a chronic disease Translations available: Unclear Original version validated: Unclear Original language: Unclear Form of delivery: Self-reported Licence needed: No 10.2190/5dcp-25bv-u1g9-9g7c.