ICECAP-CPM

ICECAP Close Person Measure (ICECAP-CPM) has been developed as a tool for use in economic evaluation conducted in an end of life setting. 

The measure is for use with those close to the patient and covers:

  1. Good communication with services
  2. Privacy and space to be with the loved one
  3. Emotional support
  4. Practical support
  5. Being able to prepare and cope
  6. Being free from emotional distress related to the condition of the decedent

The selection of the attributes for ICECAP-CPM (Close Person Measure) is described in:

Canaway A, Al-Janabi H, Kinghorn P, Bailey C, Coast J.  Development of a measure to capture the benefits of end of life care to those close to the dying for use in economic evaluationPalliative Medicine.  Online first: doi: 10.1177/0269216316650616

ICECAP-CPM Questionnaire

Here is the ICECAP-CPM questionnaire.

Please remember to register with us before you start, by using the registration form.

Once you have completed the form, please email a copy to Philip Kinghorn

ICECAP-CPM Translations

  • A Swedish translation of ICECAP-CPM has been developed by Maria Schelin and Carl Johan Fürst from Institute for Palliative Care, Lund University, Sweden. The translation was developed as part of the EU-funded Horizon 2020 project iLIVE: Live well, die well. A research program to support living until the end. To obtain a version of the translation, contact Philip Kinghorn.
  • A Norwegian translation of ICECAP-CPM has been developed by Kjersti Solvåg and Grethe Skorpen Iversen from Haukeland University Hospital, Bergen, Norway. The translation was developed as part of the EU-funded Horizon 2020 project iLIVE: Live well, die well. A research program to support living until the end. To obtain a version of the translation, contact Philip Kinghorn
  • A Dutch translation of ICECAP-CPM has been developed by Ida Korfage, Eline Elsten, Berivan Yildiz and Agnes van der Heide from Erasmus University Medical Center, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The translation was developed as part of the EU-funded Horizon 2020 project iLIVE: Live well, die well. A research program to support living until the end. To obtain the translation, please contact Philip Kinghorn.
  • The Icelandic version of ICECAP-CPM has been developed by Svandis Iris Halfdanardottir, Valgerdur Sigurdardottir and Gudlaug Helga Asgeirsdottir from Landspitali the National University Hospital of Iceland. The translation was developed as part of the EU-funded Horizon 2020 project iLIVE: Live well, die well. A research program to support living until the end. To obtain the translation, please contact Philip Kinghorn.
  • A Spanish version of the ICECAP-CPM has been developed by Pilar Barnestein-Fonseca1, Maria Luisa Martín-Rosello1, Vilma Adriana Tripodoro2, Verónica Inés Veloso2and Silvina Montilla3 from 1CUDECA Institute for Training and Research in Palliative Care, CUDECA Foundation, Málaga, Spain, 2Instituto Pallium Latinoamérica, Buenos Aires, Argentina and 3Instituto de Investigaciones Médicas A.Lanari, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.  The translation was undertaken as part of the iLIVE project study/project.  Work was funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 program under grant agreement ID: 825731.  The Spanish translation is available upon request from Philip Kinghorn.