J. Gareth Noble

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INTRODUCTION The MSIS-29 was developed to assess the physical and psychological impact of MS. The aims of this study were to use the responses to the MSIS-29 via the web portal of the UK MS Register to: examine the internal properties of the scale delivered via the internet, profile the cohort, and assess how well the scale measures impact of disability on(More)
INTRODUCTION The EQ-5D is a widely-used, standardised, quality of life measure producing health profiles, indices and states. The aims of this study were to assess the role of various factors in how people with Multiple Sclerosis rate their quality of life, based on responses to the EQ-5D received via the web portal of the UK MS Register. METHODS The 4516(More)
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BACKGROUND Internet-based health registers are increasingly commonly used for health promotion and medical research, yet little is known about what the patient groups who help form the basis of such registers expect from these tools. Mismatches between patient expectations and the register design may limit the long-term utility of such registers. (More)
INTRODUCTION People with Multiple Sclerosis are known to have a relatively high prevalence of both anxiety and depression. Studies of the relationship between physical disability and mental health in people with MS have reported mixed results, showing the need for further work. METHODS Between May 2011 and April 2012, 4516 people completed the MSIS-29(More)
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