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Llewellyn, A. and Skevington, S., 2011. Does completing a formal assessment of quality of life improve wellbeing? In: European Health Psychology Conference, 2011-09-21 - 2011-09-24, Crete.
Parmesan, C. and Skevington, S. M., 2010. Biodiversity, Health and Well-Being: Critical Links. Discussion Paper. UNESCO, SCOPE and UNEP.
Parmesan, C., Skevington, S. M., Guegan, J. F., Jutra, P., Kellert, S. R., Mazumder, A., Roue, M. and Sharma, M., 2009. Biodiversity and health: the decision-making process. In: Sala, O., Meyerson, L. A. and Parmesan, C., eds. Biodiversity change and human health: from ecosystem services to spread of disease. Washington DC: Island Press, pp. 61-82.
Skevington, S. M., 2009. Quality of life, biodiversity and health: observations and applications. In: Sala, O., Meyerson, L. A. and Parmesan, C., eds. Biodiversity change and human health: from ecosystem services to spread of disease. Washington DC: Island Press, pp. 129-142.
Trigg, R., Jones, R. W. and Skevington, S. M., 2007. Can people with mild to moderate dementia provide reliable answers about their quality of life? Age and Ageing, 36 (6), pp. 663-669.
Naughton, F., Ashworth, P. and Skevington, S. M., 2007. Does sleep quality predict pain-related disability in chronic pain patients? The mediating roles of depression and pain severity. Pain, 127 (3), pp. 243-252.
Skevington, S. M., 2007. Invited Preface. In: Fleck, M. P. A., ed. Quality of Life Evaluation in Health: developments and applications of the WHOQOL in Brazil. Brazil: Editora da Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul.
Laidlaw, K., Power, M., Schmidt, S., Skevington, S. and , T. W.-O. G., 2007. The Attitudes to Ageing Questionnaire (AAQ): Development and psychometric properties. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 22 (4), pp. 367-379.
O’Connell, K. and Skevington, S., 2007. To measure or not to measure? Reviewing the assessment of spirituality and religion in health-related quality of life. Chronic Illness, 3 (1), pp. 77-87.
Skevington, S. and Gillison, F., 2006. Assessing children’s quality of life in health and social services: Meeting challenges and adding value. Journal of Children's Services, 1 (2), pp. 42-51.
The WHOQOL-SRPB Group, [N. V.] and Skevington, S. M., 2006. A cross-cultural study of spirituality, religion and personal beliefs as components of quality of life. Social Science & Medicine, 62 (6), pp. 1486-1497.
Winkler, I., Matschinger, H., Angermeyer, M. C., Skevington, S. M. and The WHOQOL-Old Group, [N. V.], 2006. Der WHOQOL−OLD: Ein Fragebogen zur interkulturellen Erfassung der Lebensqualität im Alter [The WHOQOL-Old – A questionnaire for the intercultural measuring of quality of life in the elderly]. Psychotherapie Psychosomatik Medizinische Psychologie, 56 (20), pp. 63-69.
Skevington, S. M., Bradshaw, J., Hepplewhite, A., Dawkes, K. and Lovell, C. R., 2006. How does psoriasis affect quality of life? Assessing an Ingram-regimen outpatient programme and validating the WHOQOL-100. British Journal of Dermatology, 154 (4), pp. 680-691.
Lee, S. Y., Song, X. Y., Skevington, S. and Hao, Y. T., 2005. Application of structural equation models to quality of life. Structural Equation Modeling - a Multidisciplinary Journal, 12 (3), pp. 435-453.
Skevington, S. M., Day, R., Chisholm, A. and Trueman, P., 2005. How much do doctors use quality of life information in primary care? Testing the Trans-Theoretical Model of behaviour change. Quality of Life Research, 14 (4), pp. 911-922.
Skevington, S., 2005. Letting them die: Why HIV/AIDS prevention programmes fail. Psychology and Health, 20 (2), pp. 273-274.
O'Connell, K. A. and Skevington, S. M., 2005. The relevance of spirituality, religion and personal beliefs to health-related quality of life: Themes from focus groups in Britain. British Journal of Health Psychology, 10, pp. 379-398.
Skevington, S. M., O'Connell, K. A. and Grp, W., 2004. Can we identify the poorest quality of life? Assessing the importance of quality of life using the WHOQOL-100. Quality of Life Research, 13 (1), pp. 23-34.
Skevington, S. M., Sartorius, N., Amir, M. and Grp, W., 2004. Developing methods for assessing quality of life in different cultural settings - The history of the WHOQOL instruments. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 39 (1), pp. 1-8.
Mason, V. L., Skevington, S. M. and Osborn, M., 2004. Development of a pain and discomfort module for use with the WHOQOL-100. Quality of Life Research, 13 (6), pp. 1139-1152.
Sanders, T. and Skevington, S., 2004. Participation as an expression of patient uncertainty: An exploration of bowel cancer consultations. Psycho-Oncology, 13 (10), pp. 675-688.
Skevington, S. M., Lotfy, M. and O'Connell, K. A., 2004. The World Health Organization's WHOQOL-BREF quality of life assessment: Psychometric properties and results of the international field trial - A report from the WHOQOL group. Quality of Life Research, 13 (2), pp. 299-310.
O'Connell, K. A., Saxena, S., Skevington, S. M. and Grp, W. H., 2004. WHOQOL-HIV for quality of life assessment among people living with HIV and AIDS: results from the field test. Aids Care-Psychological and Socio-Medical Aspects of Aids/Hiv, 16 (7), pp. 882-889.
Skevington, S. M. and Saxena, S., 2003. Preliminary development of the World Health Organisation’s Quality of Life HIV instrument (WHOQOL-HIV): analysis of the pilot version. Social Science & Medicine, 57 (7), pp. 1259-1275.
The WHOQOL-HIV Group, [N. V.] and Skevington, S. M., 2003. Initial steps to developing the World Health Organisation’s Quality of Life Instrument (WHOQOL) module for international assessment of HIV/AIDS. AIDS Care - Psychological and Socio-medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV, 15 (3), pp. 347-357.
Skevington, S. M., Birdthistle, I. and Jones, J. T., 2003. Creating an Environment for Emotional and Social Well-Being: An important responsibility of a Health- Promoting and Child Friendly School. Working Paper. Geneva: World Health Organisation.
Sanders, T. and Skevington, S., 2003. Do bowel cancer patients participate in treatment decision-making? Findings from a qualitative study. European Journal of Cancer Care, 12 (2), pp. 166-175.
Skevington, S. M. and O'Connell, K. A., 2003. Measuring quality of life in HIV and AIDS: A review of the recent literature. Psychology and Health, 18 (3), pp. 331-350.
Stenner, P. H. D., Cooper, D. and Skevington, S. M., 2003. Putting the Q into quality of life; the identification of subjective constructions of health-related quality of life using Q methodology. Social Science & Medicine, 57 (11), pp. 2161-2172.
Skevington, S. M. and Mason, V. L., 2003. Social influences on individual differences in responding to pain. In: Hadjistavropoulos, T. and Craig, K. D., eds. Pain: Psychological Perspectives. Lawrence Erlbaum, pp. 179-207.
Skevington, S. M., 2002. Advancing cross-cultural research on quality of life: Observations drawn from the WHOQOL development. Quality of Life Research, 11 (2), pp. 135-144.
Ecosse, E., Leplege, A., Bonicatto, S., Leung, K. F., Lucas, R., Patrick, D. and Skevington, S., 2002. Methodological issues using Rasch Models to develop a quality of life index. In: Rasch Measurement on the Health Sciences. Illinois: Institute for Objective Measurement Press.
Saxena, S., Carlson, D., Billington, R., Orley, J., Skevington, S. M. and The WHOQOL Group, [N. V.], 2001. The WHO quality of life assessment instrument (WHOQOL-Bref): the importance of its items for cross-cultural research. Quality of Life Research, 10 (8), pp. 711-721.
Skevington, S. M. and Wright, A., 2001. Changes in the quality of life of patients receiving antidepressant medication in primary care: validation of the WHOQOL-100. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 178 (3), pp. 261-267.
Lamboray, J.-L. and Skevington, S., 2001. Defining AIDS Competence: a working model for practical purposes. Journal of International Development, 13 (4), pp. 513-521.
Skevington, S. M., Carse, M. S. and Williams, A. C. D., 2001. Validation of the WHOQOL-100: Pain management improves quality of life for chronic pain patients. The Clinical Journal of Pain, 17 (3), pp. 264-275.