In Reply We thank Quah Qin Xian and colleagues for their comments regarding our study concerning sleep in hospitalized patients.1 In their letter, the authors raise concerns about the subjective nature of the study and highlight the chance of overestimation of a poor sleep experience in hospitalized patients owing to the possibility of confirmation bias.
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van den Ende ES, Bosch FH, Nanayakkara PWB. Poor Sleep in Hospitalized Patients: Are Hospital-Related Factors at Fault?—Reply. JAMA Intern Med. 2018;178(12):1728–1729. doi:10.1001/jamainternmed.2018.6159
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