Outcome Measures Questionnaires
Outcome measures are diagnostic tools and systems to measure a person’s performance, ability, or level of function. They are a valuable tool for healthcare professionals to engage and communicate with third parties regarding either the recovery, rehabilitation or return to usual level of function phases of a treatment program
- The Pain Self Efficacy Questionnaire (PSEQ). The Pain Self-Efficacy Questionnaire is a 10-item questionnaire, developed in the 1980s by Michael Nicholas to assess the confidence people with ongoing pain have in performing activities while in pain.
- The Brief Pain Index (BPI). Short Form (BPI-SF) is a 9 item self-administered questionnaire used to evaluate the severity of a patient’s pain and the impact of this pain on the patient’s daily functioning.
- The Patient-Specific Functional Scale (PSFS) is a self-reported, patient-specific measure, designed to assess functional change, primarily in patients presenting with musculoskeletal disorders.
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