Assessing the Stroke-Specific Quality of Life for Outcome Measurement in Stroke Rehabilitation: Minimal Detectable Change and Clinically Important Difference

@inproceedings{Lin2011AssessingTS,
  title={Assessing the Stroke-Specific Quality of Life for Outcome Measurement in Stroke Rehabilitation: Minimal Detectable Change and Clinically Important Difference},
  author={Keh-chung Lin and Tiffany Szu-Ting Fu and Ching-yi Wu and Ching-ju Hsieh},
  booktitle={Health and quality of life outcomes},
  year={2011}
}
BACKGROUND This study was conducted to establish the minimal detectable change (MDC) and clinically important differences (CIDs) of the physical category of the Stroke-Specific Quality of Life Scale in patients with stroke. METHODS MDC and CIDs scores were calculated from the data of 74 participants enrolled in randomized controlled trials investigating the effects of two rehabilitation programs in patients with stroke. These participants received treatments for 3 weeks and underwent clinical… CONTINUE READING
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