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Assessing Bias in Studies of Prognostic Factors
Previous work has identified 6 important areas to consider when evaluating validity and bias in studies of prognostic factors: participation, attrition, prognostic factor measurement, confoundingExpand
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The Saskatchewan Health and Back Pain Survey: The Prevalence of Neck Pain and Related Disability in Saskatchewan Adults
Study Design. Population‐based, cross‐sectional mailed survey. Objective. To determine the lifetime, period, and point prevalence of neck pain and its related disability among Saskatchewan adults andExpand
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The burden and determinants of neck pain in workers: results of the Bone and Joint Decade 2000-2010 Task Force on Neck Pain and Its Associated Disorders.
STUDY DESIGN Systematic review and best evidence synthesis. OBJECTIVES To describe the prevalence and incidence of neck pain and disability in workers; to identify risk factors for neck pain inExpand
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Effect of eliminating compensation for pain and suffering on the outcome of insurance claims for whiplash injury.
BACKGROUND AND METHODS The incidence and prognosis of whiplash injury from motor vehicle collisions may be related to eligibility for compensation for pain and suffering. On January 1, 1995, theExpand
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The Saskatchewan Health and Back Pain Survey: The Prevalence of Low Back Pain and Related Disability in Saskatchewan Adults
Study Design. Population‐based, cross‐sectional, mailed survey. Objectives. To determine the lifetime, 6‐month period, and point prevalence of low back pain and its related disability amongExpand
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A Systematic Review of the Prognosis of Acute Whiplash and a New Conceptual Framework to Synthesize the Literature
Study Design. Systematic review of prognostic studies of acute whiplash. Objectives. To update the systematic review on the prognosis of acute whiplash published by the Quebec Task Force onExpand
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The burden and determinants of neck pain in the general population: results of the Bone and Joint Decade 2000-2010 Task Force on Neck Pain and Its Associated Disorders.
STUDY DESIGN Best evidence synthesis. OBJECTIVE To undertake a best evidence synthesis of the published evidence on the burden and determinants of neck pain and its associated disorders in theExpand
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The annual incidence and course of neck pain in the general population: a population-based cohort study
&NA; Although neck pain is a common source of disability, little is known about its incidence and course. We conducted a population‐based cohort study of 1100 randomly selected Saskatchewan adults toExpand
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The factors associated with neck pain and its related disability in the Saskatchewan population.
STUDY DESIGN Population-based, cross-sectional mailed survey. OBJECTIVE To identify factors associated with neck pain and its related disability in Saskatchewan adults. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUNDExpand
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Course and Prognostic Factors for Neck Pain in the General Population: Results of the Bone and Joint Decade 2000–2010 Task Force on Neck Pain and Its Associated Disorders
Study Design. Best evidence synthesis. Objective. To undertake a best evidence synthesis on course and prognosis of neck pain and its associated disorders in the general population. Summary ofExpand
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