Trajectories of health-related quality of life differ by age among adults: Results from an eight-year longitudinal study
AbstractTo date, only a few studies have assessed determinants of health trajectories using longitudinal health survey data.
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Volume (Year): 31 (2012)
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Longitudinal survey; Health-related quality of life; Health Utilities Index; Trajectory; Determinants of health;
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