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Table 2 Characteristics of pediatric quality-of-life instruments.

From: Measuring health-related quality of life for child maltreatment: a systematic literature review

Instrument Domains Number of Items Time to complete (approximate) Ages Intended For Respondent Year Developed
Peds-OL 3 Domains
-Physical Functioning
-Psychological Functioning
-Social Functioning
15 items 5–10 minutes 2–7 years
8–12 years
13–16 years
Parent/proxy
Child
1998
FS II 8 Domains
-Communication
-Mobility
-Mood
-Energy
-Play
-Sleep
-Eating
-Toilet patterns
43 items (long version)
14 items (short version)
30 minutes 0–16 years Parent 1978
CHSQ 5 Domains
-Physical Health
-Mental Health
-Social Relations
-General Health
-Satisfaction with development
34 items 10–15 minutes 2 year + Pediatrician form
Parental form
1994
CHQ 14 Domains
-Physical Functioning
-Social Functioning
-Bodily/Discomfort
-General Behavior
-Mental Health
-General Health Perception
-Self Esteem
-Parental Impact (time & emotional)
-Family Functioning (actives & cohesion)
  20 minutes 5–13 years
10–18 years
Parent/Proxy (CHQ-PF-98; PF-50; PF-28)
Children (CHQ-CF-87)
No parallel versions
1990
1994–1995
CHIP 7 Domains
-20 sub domains
-Satisfaction
-Comfort
-Resilience
-Risk Avoidance
-Achievement
-Disorders
-Home Safety & Health
107 items 46 specific to disease or injury 30 minutes 6–11 years (CE)
11–18 years (AE)
Parent/Proxy Child 1993