Janet L MacNeil-Vroomen

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BACKGROUND Self-reported data are often used for estimates on healthcare utilization in cost-effectiveness studies. OBJECTIVE To analyze older adults' self-report of healthcare utilization compared to data obtained from the general practitioners' (GP) electronic medical record (EMR) and to study the differences in healthcare utilization between those who(More)
OBJECTIVES We validate a translated version of the De Jong Gierveld Loneliness Scale (DJGLS) for use among older migrants from Turkish and Moroccan descent and validate the original Dutch version of the same scale for Surinamese migrants in the Netherlands. METHOD The data were derived from a population-based cross-sectional study among community-dwelling(More)
Cost and effect data are prone to missing data because economic evaluations are often " piggy-backed " onto clinical studies where cost data are rarely the primary outcome. Multiple imputation is recommended for handling missing data. The objective of this article was to investigate which multiple imputation strategy is most appropriate to use for missing(More)
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