Validity, reliability and responsiveness of patient-reported outcome questionnaires when assessing hip and groin disability: a systematic review.

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BACKGROUND Novel treatment interventions are advancing rapidly in the management of hip and groin disability in the physically active young to middle-aged population. OBJECTIVE To recommend the most suitable patient-reported outcome (PRO) questionnaires for the assessment of hip and groin disability based on a systematic review of evidence of validity… (More)
DOI: 10.1136/bjsm.2009.060889

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@article{Thorborg2010ValidityRA, title={Validity, reliability and responsiveness of patient-reported outcome questionnaires when assessing hip and groin disability: a systematic review.}, author={Kristian Thorborg and E. M. Roos and Else Marie Bartels and J. Petersen and Per H{\"o}lmich}, journal={British journal of sports medicine}, year={2010}, volume={44 16}, pages={1186-96} }