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Missing Data and Methods for Imputing Missing Depression Scores - Experience in a Study of Hip Fracture Patients
Institute of Health Economics Working Paper WP 05-03.
Missing data is a common problem in studies that collect data on patient-reported outcomes data. This paper reports the methods, results, and an evaluation of one method for imputing missince Centre for Epidemiological Studies-Depression (CES-D) data in a study of health-related quality of life (HRQL) in a cohort of patients recovering from hip fracture.
NOTE: In 2006 the Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research HTA unit moved to IHE. Documents produced in and prior to 2006 have different formats; the format was determined by the agency for which the document was produced.
Publication Type: Methodology Papers
Year of Publication: 2005
Topics: Health Measurement Tools, Quality of Life
Authors: Ken Eng, Allyson Jones, David Feeny
ISBN (online): 978-1-926929-57-6