Validation of the Korean version of the European Community Respiratory Health Survey screening questionnaire for use in epidemiologic studies for adult asthma

@article{Song2015ValidationOT,
  title={Validation of the Korean version of the European Community Respiratory Health Survey screening questionnaire for use in epidemiologic studies for adult asthma},
  author={W. Song and So-hee Lee and Min-Gyu Kang and Ju-Young Kim and Mi-Young Kim and E. Jo and S. Lee and Seung-Eun Lee and Min-Hye Kim and Min-Suk Yang and Sae-Hoon Kim and Hye-Ryun Kang and Hye-Kyung Park and Heung-Woo Park and Yoon-Seok Chang and Sun-Sin Kim and Jong-Myung Lee and K. Min and Sang-Heon Cho},
  journal={Asia Pacific Allergy},
  year={2015},
  volume={5},
  pages={25 - 31}
}
Background Standardized questionnaire is one of key instruments for general population surveys. Objective The present study aimed to develop and validate the Korean version of the European Community Respiratory Health Survey (ECRHS) screening questionnaire for adult asthma surveys. Methods The ECRHS screening questionnaire was translated into Korean language according to the international criteria. Study participants were prospectively recruited from six referral hospitals and one health check… Expand
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