The St. Mary's Hospital sleep questionnaire: a study of reliability.

@article{Ellis1981TheSM,
  title={The St. Mary's Hospital sleep questionnaire: a study of reliability.},
  author={Brian W Ellis and Matthew Johns and Rachel Lancaster and P. Raptopoulos and Nicos Angelopoulos and R. G. Priest},
  journal={Sleep},
  year={1981},
  volume={4 1},
  pages={93-7}
}
A systematic sleep questionnaire has been devised for assessing the previous night's sleep of a subject. It has been designed for repeated use. It is completed by the subject and is framed with the needs of the hospital patient in mind. In the present study it was given to 93 subjects in four different groups: 16 surgical inpatients, 21 medical inpatients, 32 psychiatric inpatients (in a general hospital unit), and 24 normal volunteers. Test retest reliability correlations have been derived… CONTINUE READING
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