Which source should we use to measure quality of life in children with asthma: The children themselves or their parents?

@article{Coq2000WhichSS,
  title={Which source should we use to measure quality of life in children with asthma: The children themselves or their parents?},
  author={E. M. le Coq and A J P Joan Boeke and Pieter D. Bezemer and Vivian T. Colland and Jacques Th. M. van Eijk},
  journal={Quality of Life Research},
  year={2000},
  volume={9},
  pages={625-636}
}
This study compares the reproducibility, construct validity and responsiveness of self-report and parent-report quality of life questionnaires How Are You (HAY) for 8–12-year-old children with asthma. A total of 228 Dutch children with asthma and their parents completed the HAY and daily recorded the child's asthma symptoms in a diary. Additionally 296 age- and -gender matched healthy children and their parents completed the generic part of the HAY. Reproducibility and responsiveness were… CONTINUE READING

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