Self-Report Questionnaire for use of health and social service (used in AHEAD Trial)

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Document Provider:
Martin Buxton
Developer:
Martin Buxton
Contact Details:
Professor of Health Economics
Health Economics Research Group
Brunel University
Uxbridge, Middx, UB8 3PH
UK
Copyright:
Martin Buxton,Louise Longworth, HERG and Brunel University.
Country of Origin:
United Kingdom

Study Completed:
Yes
Year:
2005

DIRUM ID:
35
DIRUM Listing:
17/06/2011

Disease Categories

Mental health

Populations - Age

Age Range: 18 - 100

Populations - Sex

Administration Methods

In person

Instrument Types

Recall questionnaire

Person(s) Completing Instrument

Patient
Researcher

Settings of Care

GP practice

Nature of Intervention

Drug

Items of Resource Being Measured

GP
Inpatient
Community nurse
Practice nurse
Outpatient
A&E
Day hospital
Social services
Social services day care
Other non-NHS - Counsellors

Other Characterisation Details

Frequency Of Economic Data Collection - baseline, 3, 6, 9 and 12 month face-to-face interview
Maximum Recall Period - 1 to 3 months

Primary References

Peveler R, Kendrick T, Buxton M, et al, A randomised controlled trial to compare the cost-effectiveness of tricyclic antidepressants, selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors and lofepramine, Health Technology Assessment, 2005, 9,

Validation

Evidence of criterion validity.


Reliability testing

Reliability testing involved researchers re-entering data from questionnaires to main database and did not involve patients filling out the RUQ then repeating the exercise.


Adaptations

No known adaptions on any study



Conditions of Use

  • Free access
  • Other - Free use subject to full acknowledgement of source and reference to HTA 2005, vol 9 no 16. Note: This work was funded by the NIHR Health Technology Assessment programme (project number 96/61/11) and was published in full in Health Technology Assessment 2005; Vol. 9, No. 16. The views and opinions expressed therein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the HTA programme, NIHR, NHS or the Dept. of Health.

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