SF-6D Portuguese population norms

  title={SF-6D Portuguese population norms},
  author={Pedro Lopes Ferreira and Lara N Ferreira and Luis Nobre Pereira},
  journal={The European Journal of Health Economics},
Population-based norms are important because they provide benchmarks that allow the interpretation of subgroups of population health, comparisons between studies, information on health inequalities and support for health-care interventions. The SF-6D is a preference-based measure of health, the use of which has been increasing throughout the world. Other countries have provided population norms for the SF-6D. To date, SF-6D population norms for Portugal do not exist. This study therefore aimed… CONTINUE READING

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