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posted on 29.01.2019 by Alison Hammond, Yeliz Prior, Alan Tennant, Sarah Tyson, Ulla Nordenskiold
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The Evaluation of Daily Activity Questionnaire is a detailed self-report measure of activity limitations. It has two parts, 10 scales of symptom severity and 14 daily activity domains, including 138 activities. It has good psychometric properties in

rheumatoid arthritis. The aim was next to establish its content validity and acceptability in seven musculoskeletal conditions: ankylosing spondylitis; osteoarthritis; systemic lupus erythematosus; systemic sclerosis; chronic pain; chronic hand/upper limb

musculoskeletal disorders; and primary Sjorgren’s syndrome.


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This paper demonstrated that the "Evaluation of Daily Activity Questionnaire" has good content validity and acceptability in these seven conditions.


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