The SF-36 Quality-of-Life Instrument: Updates and Strategies for Critical Care Research

Jordan-Marsh, Maryalice
December 2002
Critical Care Nurse;Dec2002, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p35
Academic Journal
Provides information on SF-36 Health Survey (SF-36), a tool used in studying critical care patients. Reasons for the popularity of SF-36 among researchers; Health-related concerns covered by the physical and mental component summary of SF-36; Determination of the data analysis methods of SF-36.


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