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Table 7 Correlations between CHU9D dimension scores and dimension scores in KIDSCREEN-10 and PedsQL, among children (n = 473)

From: Feasibility, reliability and validity of the health-related quality of life instrument Child Health Utility 9D (CHU9D) among school-aged children and adolescents in Sweden

  CHU9D dimensions
Worried Sad Pain Tired Annoyed School-work Sleep Daily routine Able to join in activities
KIDSCEEN-101
 Fit/well  − 0.29  − 0.34  − 0.26  − 0.35  − 0.34  − 0.31  − 0.33  − 0.30  − 0.33
 Full of energy  − 0.28  − 0.29  − 0.21  − 0.44  − 0.30  − 0.40  − 0.26  − 0.27  − 0.26
 Sad 0.31 0.48 0.25 0.26 0.30 0.36 0.31 0.27 0.28
 Lonely 0.22 0.45 0.25 0.20 0.27 0.26 0.27 0.28 0.25
 Enough own time  − 0.16  − 0.14  − 0.15  − 0.13  − 0.073  − 0.25  − 0.20  − 0.23  − 0.17
 Able to do things  − 0.20  − 0.25  − 0.15  − 0.28  − 0.18  − 0.30  − 0.25  − 0.30  − 0.25
 Parents  − 0.10  − 0.16  − 0.10  − 0.11  − 0.11  − 0.16  − 0.19  − 0.19  − 0.20
 Friends  − 0.24  − 0.30  − 0.12  − 0.15  − 0.24  − 0.24  − 0.13  − 0.24  − 0.27
 Got on well in school  − 0.31  − 0.32  − 0.15  − 0.27  − 0.25  − 0.48  − 0.28  − 0.29  − 0.31
 Pay attention (in school)  − 0.26  − 0.27  − 0.16  − 0.32  − 0.30  − 0.43  − 0.25  − 0.21  − 0.25
PedsQL2
 Physical  − 0.21  − 0.28  − 0.33  − 0.29  − 0.24  − 0.37  − 0.31  − 0.31  − 0.36
 Psychosocial  − 0.31  − 0.40  − 0.33  − 0.40  − 0.36  − 0.44  − 0.39  − 0.40  − 0.35
 Emotional  − 0.35  − 0.43  − 0.32  − 0.41  − 0.36  − 0.40  − 0.40  − 0.38  − 0.30
 Social  − 0.14  − 0.21  − 0.24  − 0.20  − 0.22  − 0.17  − 0.16  − 0.24  − 0.30
 School  − 0.24  − 0.33  − 0.28  − 0.35  − 0.27  − 0.48  − 0.37  − 0.36  − 0.30
  1. 1KIDSCEEN-10 was completed by children in grades 2–9, n = 422
  2. 2PedsQL was completed by children in grades 1–9, n = 471
  3. 3Not statistically significant. All remaining Spearman’s correlations were statistically significant (p value < 0.05)
  4. Correlations between conceptually alike dimensions are presented in bold