Source: Quality of Life Research, 2013, 22 (5) p. 969-977
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Date of publication: June 2013
Publication type: Journal article
In a nutshell: This research explored two preference-based outcome measures, to investigate whether they were complementary or if one would work better than the other. The measures were tested on over 200 seniors in a falls prevention clinic in Vancouver, and few discrepancies were details between them. The study concluded that the measures can be used conjunction with each other, as they provide complementary information.
Length of publication: 8 pages
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