Kristina K Harris

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OBJECTIVES To present estimates of clinically meaningful or minimal important changes for the Oxford Hip Score (OHS) and the Oxford Knee Score (OKS) after joint replacement surgery. STUDY DESIGN AND SETTING Secondary data analysis of the NHS patient-reported outcome measures data set that included 82,415 patients listed for hip replacement surgery and(More)
OBJECTIVES To assess the validity of the Oxford Knee Score (OKS) for use in patients undergoing non-operative management for their knee osteoarthritis (OA) within the National Health Service (NHS). DESIGN Observational cohort study. SETTING Single orthopaedic centre in England. PARTICIPANTS 134 patients undergoing non-operative management for knee OA.(More)
Objectives i) to present a range of estimates of meaningful or minimal important changes/differences for the Oxford Hip Score (OHS) and the Oxford Knee Score (OKS) based on different approaches, and (ii) to identify the estimates that are most consistent and useful for application in specific contexts. Secondary data analysis of the NHS PROMS dataset which(More)
OBJECTIVES The objective was to examine whether the Oxford Hip Score (OHS) demonstrated a floor or a ceiling effect when used to measure the outcome of hip replacement surgery in a large national cohort. SETTING Secondary database analysis of a national audit conducted in England and Wales on patient undergoing hip and knee arthroplasty in a secondary(More)
OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to explore dimensionality of the Oxford Hip Score (OHS) and examine whether self-reported pain and functioning can be distinguished in the form of subscales. METHODS This was a secondary data analysis of the UK NHS hospital episode statistics/patient-reported outcome measures dataset containing pre-operative OHS(More)
BACKGROUND To explore and compare the factor structure of the 12-item Oxford shoulder score (OSS) and 13-item shoulder pain and disability index (SPADI). METHODS Exploratory factor analysis (EFA) and confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) of data from 660 patients attending 46 hospitals in the UK. Complete OSS and SPADI data were available for 648 (98.2%) and(More)
OBJECTIVES To identify patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) that have been developed and/or used with patients undergoing hip or knee replacement surgery and to provide a shortlist of the most promising generic and condition-specific instruments. METHODS A systematic review of the literature was performed to identify measures used in patients(More)
Aims The aim of this study was to explore dimensionality of the Oxford Hip Score (OHS) and examine if pain and self-reported functioning can be distinguished from the OHS in the form of subscales. Methods Secondary data analysis of the UK National Health Service (NHS) audit dataset containing pre-operative OHS scores on 134, 710 patients who were undergoing(More)
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