Intensive momentary reporting of pain with an electronic diary: reactivity, compliance, and patient satisfaction.

@article{Stone2003IntensiveMR,
  title={Intensive momentary reporting of pain with an electronic diary: reactivity, compliance, and patient satisfaction.},
  author={Arthur A Stone and Joan E. Broderick and Joseph E. Schwartz and Saul S Shiffman and Leighann Litcher-Kelly and Pamela Calvanese},
  journal={Pain},
  year={2003},
  volume={104 1-2},
  pages={343-51}
}
Patient self-reports are the primary method for capturing the experience of pain, and diaries are often used to collect patient self-reports. This study was designed to determine if momentary monitoring of pain with an electronic diary affected pain levels over time, if it affected weekly recall of pain, and if daily sampling density affected compliance rates and patients' reactions to the study. Ninety-one patients with chronic pain were randomized into four groups with differing levels of… CONTINUE READING
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