Health-related quality of life and symptom reporting: similarities and differences between children and their parents

@article{Eiser2013HealthrelatedQO,
  title={Health-related quality of life and symptom reporting: similarities and differences between children and their parents},
  author={Christine Eiser and James W Varni},
  journal={European Journal of Pediatrics},
  year={2013},
  volume={172},
  pages={1299-1304}
}
Health-related quality of life (HRQOL) is increasingly seen as important to reflect the impact of an illness and its treatment on a patient from the patient’s perspective. However, there may be times when it is difficult to obtain this information directly from pediatric patients, and parents are therefore used as substitutes. Nevertheless, an informant discrepancy between children and their parents increase the need to identify variables which contribute to the observed differences between… CONTINUE READING

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