An examination of self- and telephone-administered modes of administration for the Australian SF-36.


The impact of administration mode on health-related quality of life measurement instruments has received little attention, especially for the SF-36. General community members were randomly selected to complete the Australian version of the SF-36 Health Survey using either telephone or mail modes. Modes were compared across a number of indices: data… (More)


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