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The problem of quality of life
Is the SF-36 health survey questionnaire suitable as a self-report measure of the health status of older adults with Parkinson's disease?
Hobson, J.P.; Meara, R.J.
Assessing the validity of the SF-36 General Health Survey
Stansfeld, S.A.; Roberts, R.; Foot, S.P.
Randomized trials with quality of life endpoints: Are doctors' ratings of patients' physical symptoms interchangeable with patients' self-ratings?
Stephens, R.J.; Hopwood, P.; Girling, D.J.; Machin, D.
Performance and quality of life outcome in patients completing concomitant chemoradiotherapy protocols for head and neck cancer
List, M.A.; Mumby, P.; Haraf, D.; Siston, A.; Mick, R.; MacCracken, E.; Vokes, E.
'Equivalence' and the translation and adaptation of health-related quality of life questionnaires
Herdman, M.; Fox-Rushby, J.; Badia, X.
Development of a tool to measure the life situation of parents of children with cancer
Enskr, K.; Carlsson, M.; von Essen, L.; Kreuger, A.; Hamrin, E.
Management in general practice significantly reduced psychosocial consequences of female urinary incontinence
Seim, A.; Hermstad, R.; Hunskaar, S.
General life satisfaction and domain-specific quality of life in chronic schizophrenic patients
Kemmler, G.; Holzner, B.; Neudorfer, C.; Meise, U.; Hinterhuber, H.
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