Detecting relevant changes and responsiveness of Neck Pain and Disability Scale and Neck Disability Index

@inproceedings{Jorritsma2012DetectingRC,
  title={Detecting relevant changes and responsiveness of Neck Pain and Disability Scale and Neck Disability Index},
  author={Wim Jorritsma and Pieter Dijkstra and Grietje E. de Vries and Jan Hb Geertzen and Michiel Felix Reneman},
  booktitle={European Spine Journal},
  year={2012}
}
To investigate relevant change on the Neck Pain and Disability Scale (NPAD) and Neck Disability Index (NDI) and which questionnaire is the most responsive in patients with non-specific chronic neck pain (CNP). Seventy-six patients with non-specific CNP in an outpatient tertiary rehabilitation setting were dichotomized into “improved” and “stable” based on global perceived effect (GPE) scores. To investigate relevant change minimal detectable change (MDC) and minimal important change (MIC) with… CONTINUE READING
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