Glossary Q

Q-data refers to self-report questionnaire ratings of our characteristics, attitudes, and interests.

QALY is the abbreviations of Quality-adjusted life year which refers to a statistically adjusted estimate of the benefit of

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Qualified workforce refers to the percentage of people in a given geographic area who have the qualifications, like skills, education, training and so forth to perform a certain job.

Qualitative analysis refers to:

(1) The non-numerical examination and interpretation of observations, for the purpose of discovering underlying meanings and patterns of relationsh

Qualitative Research a kind of Research which purpose is to describe, interpret, and understand the phenomenon of interest in the context in which it is experienced.

Quality of care refers to a measure of the degree to which delivered health services meet established professional standards and judgments of value to the consumer.

Quality of life refers to the degree to which a person is able to maximize his or her physical, psychological, vocational, and social functioning; an important Indicator of recovery f

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