Evaluation of the late life disability instrument in the lifestyle interventions and independence for elders pilot (LIFE-P) study.

Hsu, Fang-Chi.
Rejeski, W Jack.
Ip, Edward H.
Katula, Jeff A.
Fielding, Roger.
Jette, Alan M.
Studenski, Stephanie A.
Blair, Steven N.
Miller, Michael E.
2010

Background: The late life disability instrument (LLDI) was developed to assess limitations in instrumental and management roles using a small and restricted sample. In this paper we examine the measurement properties of the LLDI using data from the Lifestyle Interventions and Independence for Elders Pilot (LIFE-P) study.

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Hsu, Fang-Chi, W. Jack Rejeski, Edward H. Ip, Jeff A. Katula, Roger Fielding, Alan M. Jette, Stephanie A. Studenski, Steven N. Blair, and Michael E. Miller. "Evaluation of the late life disability instrument in the lifestyle interventions and independence for elders pilot (LIFE-P) study." Health and Quality of Life Outcomes 8, no. 1 (12, 2010): 1-10.
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