Recovering Quality of Life (ReQoL) Patient Reported Outcome Measure (PROM) Implementation Programme

Recovering Quality of Life (ReQoL) is a PROM that was specifically designed to measure mental health service users’ perspectives of recovery and quality of life. A PROM is a questionnaire that service users complete. The questionnaire is important as it is used to decide what support or services people receive and to measure and improve the quality of care that service users receive.

Our work is now focused on supporting a Community of Practice (CoP) to share their learning and knowledge about implementing ReQoL, and the use of ReQoL in their clinical practice. Our health economics team are working in partnership with the Mental and Physical Multimorbidity theme on this project.

More information and further contact

Find out about our ReQoL Community of Practice and how to access and use the ReQoL 10 Visualisation Tool which is now available online here:

For more information on this project, contact Lizzie Taylor-Buck (e.taylor-buck@sheffield.ac.uk) or Amanda Lane (a.j.lane@sheffield.ac.uk).