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Satisfaction des soins ambulatoires et qualité de vie des personnes dépendantes aux substances psychoactives

Abstract : Context: Of chronic diseases, substance use disorders are a public health priority. Patient-reported outcome indicators (PRO) offer additional insights into the classical indicators used to measure the patient’s health status and appreciation of their quality of care. Objectives: to study the psychometric properties of quality of life instruments and to study the determinants of early outpatient satisfaction with ambulatory care in alcohol- or opiate-dependent patients. Method: Patient and physician characteristics were collected in the SUBUSQOL cohort. Early satisfaction with care was measured fifteen days after the first consultation. The determinants of satisfaction were tested using multivariate linear models of regression. Prior data on the self-reported health status of a sample of alcohol- or opiate-dependent outpatients were used to investigate the psychometric properties of a specific questionnaire, the Q-LES-Q-SF. Results: Our results establish that the French version of the Q-LES-Q-SF is a unidimensional, valid and reliable instrument of self-reported health status assessment for use in care or medical research and that few items of the SF-12 and the Q-LES-Q-SF displayed differential functioning according to age, sex, educational level and type of substance use disorder. Our results show that few variables are associated with the level of patient satisfaction. Alcohol dependence was strongly associated with higher satisfaction with appointment making, and patients with no history of previous care for substance use disorders had a higher level of satisfaction with the doctor consultation. Conclusion: The use of the SF-12 and the Q-LES-Q-SF is recommended for outpatients suffering from substance use disorders
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Stéphanie Bourion-Bedes. Satisfaction des soins ambulatoires et qualité de vie des personnes dépendantes aux substances psychoactives. Médecine humaine et pathologie. Université de Lorraine, 2015. Français. ⟨NNT : 2015LORR0221⟩. ⟨tel-01754486⟩



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