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Table 4 Correlations among the MQOL-RBr total scores and their dominions, the single-item related to quality of life, functional status, and severity of pain (n = 146)

From: The McGill Quality of Life Questionnaire-Revised (MQOL-R). Psychometric properties and validation of a Brazilian version on palliative care patients: a cross-sectional study

  (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)
MQOL-RBr physical dominion (1) 1        
MQOL-RBr psychological dominion (2) .57** 1       
MQOL-RBr existential dominion (3) .43** .47** 1      
MQOL-RBr social dominion (4) .28** .30** .43** 1     
MQOL-RBr total score (5) .74** .84** .79** .60** 1    
Single-item scale measuring overall quality of life (6) .26** .22** .29** .25** .33** 1   
Karnowski Performance Scale (7) .47** .35** .34** .24** .46** .16* 1  
Score on NPT (0–10) after use pain medication (8) − .37** − .40** − .20* − .12 − .37** − .27** − .17* 1
Score NPS (0–10), most of the time in the last 24 h (9) − .47** − .37** − .22** − .20* − .42** − .27** − .31** − 0.18*
  1. ** Correlation is significant at the 0.01 level (2-tailed)
  2. * Correlation is significant at the 0.05 level (2-tailed)