BRUM Resource Use Questionnaire

Submit Usage
Document Provider:
Dr Kate Jolly
Developer:
Dr Kate Jolly
Contact Details:
Senior Lecturer in Public Health & Epidemiology
Public health Building
School of Health & Population Sciences
University of Birmingham
Edgbaston
birmingham
B15 2TT
Copyright:
No Copyright Held
Country of Origin:
United Kingdom

Study Completed:
No
Year:
2001

DIRUM ID:
19
DIRUM Listing:
01/06/2011

Disease Categories

Heart & circulation

Populations - Age

Age Range: 34 - 87

Populations - Sex

Administration Methods

In person

Instrument Types

Recall questionnaire

Person(s) Completing Instrument

Patient

Settings of Care

Community
Day hospital

Nature of Intervention

Rehabilitation
Educational/self-management

Items of Resource Being Measured

GP
Inpatient
Community nurse
Practice nurse
Employer
Informal carer
Day hospital
Patient incurred
Other NHS - Rehabilitation sessions

Other Characterisation Details

Frequency Of Economic Data Collection - 6, 12 and 24 months
Maximum Recall Period - 4 to 6 months

Primary References

Jolly K, Taylor R, Lip G Y, et al, Birmingham rehabilitation uptake maximisation study (BRUM). Home-based versus hospital-based cardiac rehabilitation in a multi-ethnic population: cost-effectiveness and patient adherence. , Health Technol Assessment Programme , 2007, 11, 1-98

DOI: 10.3310/hta11350

Validation

Evidence of criterion validity as questionnaires were compared to patient databases: Jolly K, Taylor R, Lip GY, et al. Birmingham rehabilitation uptake maximisation study (BRUM). Home-based versus hospital-based cardiac rehabilitation in a multi-ethnic population: cost-effectiveness and patient adherence. Health Technol Assess 2007;11: 1-98.

Jolly K, Taylor R, Lip G Y, et al, Home-based versus hospital-based cardiac rehabilitation in a multi-ethnic population: cost-effectiveness and patient adherence. , Health Technol Assessment , 2007, 11, 1-98


Instrument Resource


Conditions of Use

  • Free access

The site uses cookies, some may have been set already. Please refer to our privacy policy & cookie usage statement.
If you continue to use the site we'll assume you're happy to accept the cookies.