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Field Value
CDE ID C50437
CDE Name Child and Adolescent Scale of Environment (CASE) – Inadequate lack of transportation indicator
Variable Name CASEInadLackTrsptInd

The indicator relating to there being an inadequate amount or lack of transportation for the child, as part of the Child Adolescent Scale of Environment (CASE)


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Input Restrictions Single Pre-Defined Value Selected
Permissible Values
Question Text Inadequate or lack of transportation
Data Type Alphanumeric
Population Adult, Pediatric
Measurement Type
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Domain Outcomes and End Points
SubDomain Family and Environment
CRF Module Child and Adolescent Scale of Environment (CASE)
Alias Aliases for variable name not defined
Classification Supplemental
Previous Title

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