Feasibility and validity of the EQ-5D-3L in the elderly Europeans: a secondary data analysis using SHARE(d) data

Buchholz I, Marten O, Janssen MF (2022)
Quality of Life Research.

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Buchholz, Ines; Marten, OleUniBi ; Janssen, Mathieu F.
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Purpose: To determine feasibility and validity of the EQ-5D-3L in the elderly European population. Methods: Secondary data analysis based on the study of health, ageing, and retirement in Europe (SHARE) to determine the percentage of missing items for EQ-5D dimensions and EQ VAS, and to demonstrate convergent/divergent validity with measures included in the SHARE survey. Known-groups validity was tested using literature-based hypotheses. Correlation coefficients and Cohen's f are reported. Results: Missing values were below 3% across all EQ-5D dimensions and gender strata, slightly increasing with age. Individuals' responses to each EQ-5D dimension were related to their ratings of other measures in expected directions. The EQ VAS and all EQ-5D dimensions (except anxiety/depression) moderately to strongly correlated with physical [e.g. number of limitations in activities of daily living (ADL): r = 0.313-0.658] and generic measures [CASP (control, autonomy, self-realization, pleasure)-19 scale, self-perceived health, number of symptoms: r = 0.318-0.622], while anxiety/depression strongly correlated with the EURO-D scale (r = 0.527). Both EQ-5D dimensions and EQ VAS discriminated well between two [or more] groups known to differ [e.g. anxiety/depression discriminated well between persons classified as depressed/not depressed using the EURO-D scale, f = 0.51; self-care differentiated best between individuals without and with 1 + ADL limitations, f = 0.69]. Sociodemographic variables like gender, education, and partner in household were hardly associated with EQ VAS scores (f < 0.25). Conclusion: With item non-response of less than 3%, good discriminatory, and construct properties, the EQ-5D-3L showed to be a feasible and valid measure in the elderly Europeans.
Erscheinungsjahr
2022
Zeitschriftentitel
Quality of Life Research
ISSN
0962-9343
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1573-2649
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2963490

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Buchholz I, Marten O, Janssen MF. Feasibility and validity of the EQ-5D-3L in the elderly Europeans: a secondary data analysis using SHARE(d) data. Quality of Life Research. 2022.
Buchholz, I., Marten, O., & Janssen, M. F. (2022). Feasibility and validity of the EQ-5D-3L in the elderly Europeans: a secondary data analysis using SHARE(d) data. Quality of Life Research. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11136-022-03158-3
Buchholz, I., Marten, O., and Janssen, M. F. (2022). Feasibility and validity of the EQ-5D-3L in the elderly Europeans: a secondary data analysis using SHARE(d) data. Quality of Life Research.
Buchholz, I., Marten, O., & Janssen, M.F., 2022. Feasibility and validity of the EQ-5D-3L in the elderly Europeans: a secondary data analysis using SHARE(d) data. Quality of Life Research.
I. Buchholz, O. Marten, and M.F. Janssen, “Feasibility and validity of the EQ-5D-3L in the elderly Europeans: a secondary data analysis using SHARE(d) data”, Quality of Life Research, 2022.
Buchholz, I., Marten, O., Janssen, M.F.: Feasibility and validity of the EQ-5D-3L in the elderly Europeans: a secondary data analysis using SHARE(d) data. Quality of Life Research. (2022).
Buchholz, Ines, Marten, Ole, and Janssen, Mathieu F. “Feasibility and validity of the EQ-5D-3L in the elderly Europeans: a secondary data analysis using SHARE(d) data”. Quality of Life Research (2022).
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