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Testing the responsiveness of and defining MID (minimal important difference) values for the CARe Burn Scales: Patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) to assess quality of life for children and young people affected by burn injuries, and their parents/caregivers (2021)
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Griffiths, C., Tollow, P., Cox, D., White, P., Pickles, T., & Harcourt, D. (2021). Testing the responsiveness of and defining MID (minimal important difference) values for the CARe Burn Scales: Patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) to assess quality of life for children and young people affected by burn injuries, and their parents/caregivers. European Burn Journal, 2(4), 249-280

Background: The CARe Burn Scales are a portfolio of burn-specific PROMs for people affected by burns, including a Child Form (for children < 8 years (Parent-proxy)), a Young Person Form (for young people aged 8 -17 years), an Adult Form, and a Parent... Read More about Testing the responsiveness of and defining MID (minimal important difference) values for the CARe Burn Scales: Patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) to assess quality of life for children and young people affected by burn injuries, and their parents/caregivers.