Developing the Chinese version of the new 5-level EQ-5D descriptive system: the response scaling approach

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Luo, Nan; Li, Minghui; Liu, Gordon G.; Lloyd, Andrew; de Charro, Frank; Herdman, Michael;
(2012)

Purpose To develop a Chinese version of the new, 5-level EQ-5D descriptive system (EQ-5D-5L) from the existing EQ-5D-3L by identifying Chinese label wording suitable for constructing EQ-5D-5L’s 5-point response scales. Methods In face-to-face interviews, perceived sever... View more
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