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Table 2 Distribution of HRQOL scores according to the reporter

From: Parent–child agreement on health-related quality of life (HRQOL): a longitudinal study

  Self-reported Parent-Reported Paired T- test (p-values) Mean diff. child – parent (SD) 95% confidence interval-lower agreement limit 95% confidence interval-upper agreement limit
  Mean (SD) Mean (SD)     
Kidscreen-27 Physical well-being (baseline) 52.0 (11.0) 50.7 (9.9) <0.001 1.76 (9.4) −18.66 −15.44 18.96 22.16
Kidscreen-27 Physical well-being (follow- up) 48.5 (10.0) 47.9 (9.0) 0.17 0.69 (9.93) −20.89 −18.05 18.83 22.27
Kidscreen-27 Psychological well-being (baseline) 53.2 (10.9) 53.5 (10.9) 0.53 −0.36 (11.41) −25.14 −21.22 18.6 22.52
Kidscreen-27 Psychological well-being (follow-up) 50.6 (9.4) 51.6 (10.6) 0.06 −1.02 (11.11) −25.12 −21.36 19.32 23.08
Kidscreen-27 Autonomy and relations w/ parents (baseline) 53.1 (9.9) 54.6 (9.6) 0.01 −1.35 (10.54) −24.27 −20.59 17.7 21.38
Kidscreen-27 Autonomy and relations w/ parents (follow-up) 51.4 (8.9) 51.4 (8.2) 0.93 0.03 (9.38) −20.35 −17.07 17.13 20.41
Kidscreen-10 (baseline) 53.6 (11.3) 53.8 (10.6) 0.94 0.04 (11.61) −25.29 −21.15 23.26 25.33
Kidscreen-10 (follow-up) 49.8 (9.06) 50.7 (9.8) 0.11 −0.82 (10.26) −23.12 −19.56 17.92 21.48
  1. Kidscreen follow-up study 2003-2006.