Measuring and monitoring quality-of-life in population surveys: Still a challenge for public health research

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Monitoring the health status o f the population is one o f the main activities in public health research. In the past years a paradigm shift has occurred in monitoring and evaluating population health: not only the changes in morbidity or extension of the life span but also the way in which individuals experience their health has gained importance as an… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01326397

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@article{RavensSieberer2002MeasuringAM, title={Measuring and monitoring quality-of-life in population surveys: Still a challenge for public health research}, author={Dr. Ulrike Ravens-Sieberer}, journal={Sozial- und Pr{\"a}ventivmedizin}, year={2002}, volume={47}, pages={203-204} }