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Ravens-Sieberer, U. (author), Auquier, P. (author), Erhart, M. (author), Gosch, A. (author), Rajmil, L. (author), Bruil, J. (author), Power, M. (author), Duer, W. (author), Cloetta, B. (author), Czemy, L. (author), Mazur, J. (author), Czimbalmos, A. (author), Tountas, Y. (author), Hagquist, C. (author), Kilroe, J. (author), Fuerth, K. (author), Czerny, L. (author), Simeoni, M.C. (author), Robitail, S. (author), Nickel, J. (author), Kurth, B.-M. (author), von Rüden, U. (author), Dimitrakakis, C. (author), Aszman, A. (author), Flannery, E. (author), Detmar, S. (author), Veripps, E. (author), Mierzejeswka, E. (author), Berra, S. (author), Tebé, C. (author), Herdman, M. (author), Alonso, J. (author), Abel, T. (author), Bisegger, C. (author), Farley, C. (author), Atherton, C. (author), Phillips, K. (author), TNO Kwaliteit van Leven (author)
Objective: To assess the construct and criterion validity of the KIDSCREEN-27 health-related quality of life (HRQoL) questionnaire, a shorter version of the KIDSCREEN-52. Methods: The five-dimensional KIDSCREEN-27 was tested in a sample of 22,827. For criterion validity the correlation with and the percentage explained variance of the scores of...
article 2007
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Ravens-Sieberer, U. (author), Gosch, A. (author), Rajmil, L. (author), Erhart, M. (author), Bruil, J. (author), Duer, W. (author), Auquier, P. (author), Power, M. (author), Abel, T. (author), Czemy, L. (author), Mazur, J. (author), Czimbalmos, A. (author), Tountas, Y. (author), Hagquist, C. (author), Kilroe, J. (author), Fuerth, K. (author), Auquier, P. (author), Robitail, S. (author), Simeoni, M.C. (author), Orbicini, D. (author), von Rueden, U. (author), Dimitrakaki, C. (author), Detmar, S. (author), Verips, E. (author), Mierzejewska, E. (author), Berra, S. (author), Tebé, C. (author), Bisegger, C. (author), Cloetta, B. (author), Atherton, C. (author), TNO Preventie en Gezondheid (author)
This study describes the development and reports the first psychometric results of the European KIDSCREEN-52 generic health-related quality-of-life questionnaire for children and adolescents. The KIDSCREEN-52, including ten dimensions, was applied in a European survey involving 12 countries (i.e., Austria, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Germany,...
article 2005