|CDE Name||World Health Organization Quality of Life (WHOQOL-BREF) – enough money scale|
Scale used to assess financial stability, as part of the World Health Organization Quality of Life (WHQOL-BREF) questionnaire
Not at all;a little;Moderately;mostly;completely;
The following questions ask about how completely you experience or were able to do certain things in the last two weeks.
|Input Restrictions||Single Pre-Defined Value Selected|
|Question Text||Have you enough money to meet your needs?|
|Data Type||Numeric Values|
|Domain||Outcomes and End Points|
|SubDomain||Quality of Life/Patient Reported Outcomes|
|CRF Module||World Health Organization Quality of Life Assessment (WHOQOL-BREF)|
|Alias||Aliases for variable name not defined|
|Previous Title||WHOQOL-BREF Q12|
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