The aim of this study is to compare a multimedia, computerised approach vs. interviewer administration of health-related quality of life (HRQoL) instruments.
There are no drug treatments involved in this study. The administration of health-related quality of life questionnaires is the intervention being studied. Health-related quality of life questionnaires measure the physical, mental and social well-being of an individual, are recognised as important patient-reported outcomes and are increasingly being used in clinical trials and routine clinical practice. By asking study participants to complete a questionnaire assessing their physical, mental and social well-being, we are increasing their awareness of these aspects of their health and may directly or indirectly prompt them to take actions and/ or have thoughts that may improve or worsen their health status. Hence, we have considered this an interventional study. This survey will be conducted in Chinese.
- Health-related quality of life assessment Other
Other Names: Patient-reported outcomes Intervention Desc: Study participants will be asked to complete the following health-related quality of life questionnaires: EQ-5D, Health Utilities Index 3, SF-8 and SF-6D. The Singapore (Chinese) versions of these questionnaires have been previously tested and validated in a pilot cohort of the same study population. ARM 1: Kind: Experimental Label: Computer Description: Health-related quality of life questionnaires will be administered using a computerised multimedia touchscreen system. ARM 2: Kind: Experimental Label: Interviewer Description: Health-related quality of life questionnaire will be administered via face-to-face interviews.
- Allocation: Randomized
- Masking: Open Label
- Purpose: Health Services Research
- Intervention: Parallel Assignment
|Type||Measure||Time Frame||Safety Issue|
|Primary||Health-related quality of life outcomes||Past 4 weeks||No|