alexa Using the RAND-36 in Community-dwelling Older Adults Leads to an Underestimation of Health-related Quality of Life

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Using the RAND-36 in Community-dwelling Older Adults Leads to an Underestimation of Health-related Quality of Life

The overall health status of the population is often measured by the RAND-36 item Health Survey. In 2012, Fontys University and partners started a longitudinal field study in the Netherlands. This study is aimed at identifying factors that influence the use of technology by elderly individuals in order to increase independent living. A total of 50 participants aged 70 years or older, are interviewed every eight months, for a total of four years.

 
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