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From the Generic to the Condition-Specific?: Instrument Order Effects in Quality of Life Assessment

Background. Generic and condition-specific measures of quality of life are often used in parallel. Despite extensive evidence of question ordering effects in the general survey literature, there is no consensus on which type of measure should be administered first and little previous conclusive... Full description

1st Person: McColl, Elaine
Additional Persons: Eccles, Martin Paul; Rousseau, Nicolette Sarah; Steen, Ian Nicholas; Parkin, David William; Grimshaw, Jeremy Michael
Source: in Medical Care Vol. 41, No. 7 (2003), p. 777-790
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 2003
Keywords: Health-related quality of life
Methodology
Outcome assessment
Quality of life
Surveys
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