Concurrent validity of the modified Edmonton Symptom Assessment System with the Rotterdam Symptom Checklist and the Brief Pain Inventory

@article{Philip1998ConcurrentVO,
  title={Concurrent validity of the modified Edmonton Symptom Assessment System with the Rotterdam Symptom Checklist and the Brief Pain Inventory},
  author={Jennifer Philip and Wendy B Smith and Paul Craft and Norelle Lickiss},
  journal={Supportive Care in Cancer},
  year={1998},
  volume={6},
  pages={539-541}
}
As part of a longitudinal prospective study we sought a self-completed instrument of symptom assessment suitable for a population of cancer patients who were receiving palliative therapy. The modified Edmonton Symptom Assessment System (ESAS) is such an instrument, but it required validation for this population. This study represents a validation of the modified ESAS with the Rotterdam Symptom Checklist and the Brief Pain Inventory – two instruments widely used in patients receiving palliative… CONTINUE READING

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