Shortening the questionnaire for identifying children with chronic conditions: what is the consequence?

@article{Stein2001ShorteningTQ,
  title={Shortening the questionnaire for identifying children with chronic conditions: what is the consequence?},
  author={Ruth E. K. Stein and Ellen Johnson Silver and Laurie J Bauman},
  journal={Pediatrics},
  year={2001},
  volume={107 4},
  pages={
          E61
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To determine whether a reduced item set can identify children who have chronic conditions with a level of at least 90% accuracy compared with the complete Questionnaire for Identifying Children With Chronic Conditions (QuICCC). BACKGROUND The QuICCC was developed to operationalize a conceptually based, noncategorical definition of chronic conditions developed by Stein et al. It contains 39 item sequences administered to a parent that assess 3 types of consequences: functional… CONTINUE READING

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