Faculty research article featured in BMC Health Services Research Journal

A research article co-authored by Center for Ethics Professor Margaret Holmes-Rovner was recently featured in the BMC Health Services Research journal.

The article, “Do self-report and medical record co-morbidity data predict longitudinal functional capacity and quality of life health outcomes similarly?” was co-authored by Adesuwa B Olomu, William D Corser, Manfred Stommel, Yan Xie and Margaret Holmes-Rovner, and produces the results of their study to evaluate the performance of the Self-Administered Co-morbidity Questionnaire (SCQ) to predict functional capacity, quality of life (QOL) health outcomes compared to CCI medical records data.

Read the article on the BMC website. (Full article available as a provisional PDF.)

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