Validity of the Sickness Impact Profile Roland scale as a measure of dysfunction in chronic pain patients

@article{Jensen1992ValidityOT,
  title={Validity of the Sickness Impact Profile Roland scale as a measure of dysfunction in chronic pain patients},
  author={Mark P Jensen and Susan E. Strom and Judith Axler Turner and Joan M. Romano},
  journal={Pain},
  year={1992},
  volume={50},
  pages={157-162}
}
This study examined the reliability and validity of the Roland scale (taken from the Sickness Impact Profile: SIP) as a measure of dysfunction among chronic pain patients. One hundred forty-four subjects completed the SIP when they were screened for admission to an inpatient pain management program. One hundred sixteen subjects were subsequently re-administered the SIP at admission to inpatient treatment. A 3-month post-treatment administration of the SIP was performed for 52 of these subjects… CONTINUE READING
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