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No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2019 Responsiveness and Minimal Important Change of the IKDC of Middle-Aged and Older Patients With a Meniscal Tear. IKDC
2019 Validation of the Chinese version of the Pelvic Floor Distress Inventory-20 (PFDI-20) according to the COSMIN checklist. COSMIN, ICC, PFDI-20, SDC
2019 Work ability and work functioning: measuring change in individuals recently returned to work. RTW, SDC
2018 Clinically important change in tinnitus sensation after stapedotomy. ROC
2018 Comparing outcome scales for unruptured intracranial aneurysms: A prospective cohort study. DS, mRS, SF-36, UIA
2018 Cross-cultural Adaptation and Validation of the Nepali Translation of the Patient-Specific Functional Scale. CI, PSFS, PSFS-NP
2018 How should minimally important change scores for the Patient-Oriented Eczema Measure be interpreted? A validation using varied methods. POEM
2018 Interpreting Meaningful Change in the Distance Walked in the 10-Metre ISWT in Cardiac Rehabilitation. ISWT, SDC
2018 Meaningful Change Scores in the Knee Injury and Osteoarthritis Outcome Score in Patients Undergoing Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction. ACL, KOOS, ROC
10  2018 Measurement properties for the revised patient-reported OsteoArthritis Quality Indicator questionnaire. OA-QI
11  2018 Measurement Properties of the Barthel Index in Geriatric Rehabilitation. BI, CI
12  2018 Measuring change in gait performance of children with motor disorders: assessing the Functional Mobility Scale and the Gillette Functional Assessment Questionnaire walking scale. FAQ, FMS, GRS
13  2018 Minimal important change values for the Oxford Knee Score and the Forgotten Joint Score at 1 year after total knee replacement. FJS, OKS, TKR
14  2018 Responsiveness and meaningful improvement of mobility measures following MS rehabilitation. AUC, PwMS, SRC
15  2018 Responsiveness and minimal important change for the quick-DASH in patients with shoulder disorders. PGIC, ROC
16  2018 Responsiveness, Reliability, and Minimally Important and Minimal Detectable Changes of 3 Electronic Patient-Reported Outcome Measures for Low Back Pain: Validation Study. AUCs, ICC, MDC95, NRS, RMDQ, ROC, VAS
17  2018 Simplified Chinese Version of the Japanese Orthopaedic Association Back Pain Evaluation Questionnaire: Agreement, Responsiveness, and Minimal Important Change for Patients With Chronic Low Back Pain. JOABPEQ, LBP
18  2018 Surgery for Herniated Lumbar Disc in Daily Tobacco Smokers: A Multicenter Observational Study. CI, EQ-5D, NRS, ODI
19  2018 The interpretation of change score of the pain disability index after vocational rehabilitation is baseline dependent. AUC, CMP, PDI
20  2018 The Quality of Working Life Questionnaire for Cancer Survivors: Sufficient responsiveness for use as a patient-reported outcome measurement. AUC, PROM, QWLQ-CS, ROC, SDC_group
21  2018 The ShortMAC: Minimum Important Change of a Reduced Version of the Western Ontario and McMaster Universities Osteoarthritis Index. WOMAC
22  2018 What is the Minimum Clinically Important Difference for the WOMAC Index After TKA? MCID, MDC95
23  2017 Complications and short-term patient outcomes of periacetabular osteotomy for symptomatic mild hip dysplasia. ADL, HOS, iHOT-33, LCEA, mHHS, PAO
24  2017 Health-related quality of life in double-blind Phase III studies of brivaracetam as adjunctive therapy of focal seizures: A pooled, post-hoc analysis. HRQoL
25  2017 Instruments assessing attitudes toward or capability regarding self-management of osteoarthritis: a systematic review of measurement properties. COSMIN, ENAT, MHLC, MID, OA, PAM, PBC, SCQOA
26  2017 Interpretability of the European Heart Failure Self-care Behaviour scale. EHFScBs, HF
27  2017 Minimal Important Change and Minimal Detectable Change in Activities of Daily Living in Community-Living Older People. ADL, ES, IADL, MDC, SEM
28  2017 Minimal important change and other measurement properties of the Oxford Elbow Score and the Quick Disabilities of the Arm, Shoulder, and Hand in patients with a simple elbow dislocation; validation study alongside the multicenter FuncSiE trial. OES, QuickDASH, RCT, SDC
29  2017 Minimally important change, measurement error, and responsiveness for the Self-Reported Foot and Ankle Score. AUC, BCP, PGA, PROMs, ROCs, SEFAS
30  2017 Psychological treatments for people with epilepsy. HRQoL, ICTRP, QOLIE-31, RCTs, TAU
31  2017 Reliability, validity, responsiveness, and minimal important change of the Disabilities of the Arm, Shoulder and Hand and Constant-Murley scores in patients with a humeral shaft fracture. DASH, SDC
32  2017 Responsiveness and minimal important change for the ProFitMap-neck questionnaire and the Neck Disability Index in women with neck-shoulder pain. AUC, GRCS, NDI
33  2017 Responsiveness and minimal important change of the Norwegian version of the Disabilities of the Arm, Shoulder and Hand questionnaire (DASH) in patients with subacromial pain syndrome. AUC, DASH, PROM, SDC
34  2017 The anchor-based minimal important change, based on receiver operating characteristic analysis or predictive modeling, may need to be adjusted for the proportion of improved patients. gMIC, HRQoL, iMICs
35  2017 The Danish Neck Disability Index: New Insights into Factor Structure, Generalizability, and Responsiveness. PSPs, SDC, SSPs
36  2017 The Pelvic Girdle Questionnaire: Responsiveness and Minimal Important Change in Women With Pregnancy-Related Pelvic Girdle Pain, Low Back Pain, or Both. COSMIN, PGP, PGQ
37  2017 The Responsiveness and Interpretability of the Shoulder Pain and Disability Index. AUC, GPE, SPADI
38  2017 The Responsiveness and Minimal Important Change of the Western Ontario Shoulder Instability Index and Oxford Shoulder Instability Score. OSIS, PROMs, WOSI
39  2017 Translation and Validation of the Dutch Western Ontario Meniscal Evaluation Tool. WOMET
40  2017 Translation, cross-cultural adaptation and psychometric properties of the Nepali versions of numerical pain rating scale and global rating of change. AUC, GROC, MDC, NPRS, PROMs, ROC
41  2016 At Completion of a Multidisciplinary Treatment Program, Are Psychophysical Variables Associated with a VAS Improvement of 30% or More, a Minimal Clinically Important Difference, or an Absolute VAS Score Improvement of 1.5 cm or More? CLBP, MCID, PM, PTOL, PTRE, VAS
42  2016 Dynamic weight-bearing assessment of pain in knee osteoarthritis: construct validity, responsiveness, and interpretability in a research setting. 6MWTpain, DAP, KOOS, OA, OARSI, TRANS-Q
43  2016 Evaluation of the Dutch version of the Foot and Ankle Outcome Score (FAOS): Responsiveness and Minimally Important Change. AUC, ES, FAOS, SRM
44  2016 MiDAS ENCORE: Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial Report of 6-Month Results. ESIs, LSS, NPRS, ODI, ZCQ
45  2016 MILD Is an Effective Treatment for Lumbar Spinal Stenosis with Neurogenic Claudication: MiDAS ENCORE Randomized Controlled Trial. ESIs, LSS, NPRS, ODI, ZCQ
46  2016 Psychometric testing of two new patient-reported outcome instruments for the evaluation of treatment for hypogonadism. HED, PRO, SAID
47  2016 Responsiveness and Minimal Important Change of the Pain Self-Efficacy Questionnaire and Short Forms in Patients With Chronic Low Back Pain. CLBP, PSEQ, ROC
48  2016 Responsiveness of the Berg Balance Scale in patients early after stroke. BBS, MDC, ROC
49  2016 Validation of a German version of the International Hip Outcome Tool (G-iHOT33) according to the COSMIN checklist: how much improvement is clinically relevant? EQ-5D, G-iHOT-33, HOS, TAS
50  2016 Validation of a German version of the International Hip Outcome Tool 12 (iHOT12) according to the COSMIN checklist. iHOT12, mTAS, PRO
51  2015 Chronic Low Back Pain: Restoration of Dynamic Stability. CLBP, LM, ODI
52  2015 Estimating the minimum important change in the 15D scores. GAS, HRQoL
53  2015 Individual patient monitoring in daily clinical practice: a critical evaluation of minimal important change. ---
54  2015 Meaningful changes for the Oxford hip and knee scores after joint replacement surgery. MID, OHS, OKS
55  2015 MiDAS ENCORE: Randomized Controlled Study Design and Protocol. ESIs, LSS, NPRS, ODI, ZCQ
56  2015 Minimal important change (MIC) based on a predictive modeling approach was more precise than MIC based on ROC analysis. HRQoL, ROC
57  2015 Minimally important change values of a measurement instrument depend more on baseline values than on the type of intervention. RCTs, ROC, VAS
58  2015 Primary outcome measure use in back pain trials may need radical reassessment. RMDQ
59  2015 Reliability, responsiveness and interpretability of the neck disability index-Dutch version in primary care. ICCagreement, NDI-DV, SDC
60  2014 A reliable, valid and responsive questionnaire to score the impact of knee complaints on work following total knee arthroplasty: the WORQ. SDC, SRM, TKA, WORQ
61  2014 Determining minimally important change thresholds for the Seizure Severity Questionnaire (SSQ). PGIC, SSQ
62  2014 Health-related quality of life, mood, and patient satisfaction after epilepsy surgery in Sweden--a prospective controlled observational study. HAD, HRQoL, ILAE, MCS, PCS
63  2014 Measurement properties of the German Michigan Hand Outcomes Questionnaire in patients with trapeziometacarpal osteoarthritis. DASH, ICC, MHQ, OA, TMC
64  2014 Measurement properties of the Work Limitations Questionnaire were sufficient among cancer survivors. AUC, ROC, SDC, WLQ
65  2014 Minimal important changes in the Constant-Murley score in patients with subacromial pain. ---
66  2014 Patients' ratings of global perceived change during 2 years were strongly influenced by the current health status. GPC
67  2014 Responsiveness and clinically meaningful improvement, according to disability level, of five walking measures after rehabilitation in multiple sclerosis: a European multicenter study. AUC, MICs, MSWS-12, PwMS, SRC, T25FW
68  2014 The influence of study population and definition of improvement on the smallest detectable change and the minimal important change of the neck disability index. NDI, SDC
69  2014 Using ROC curves to choose minimally important change thresholds when sensitivity and specificity are valued equally: the forgotten lesson of pythagoras. theoretical considerations and an example application of change in health status. ROC
70  2014 What is a clinically relevant change on the HIT-6 questionnaire? An estimation in a primary-care population of migraine patients. HIT-6, MID
71  2013 Comparison of reliability, validity, and responsiveness of the mini-BESTest and Berg Balance Scale in patients with balance disorders. BBS, GRC, ICCs, SEM
72  2013 Determination and comparison of the smallest detectable change (SDC) and the minimal important change (MIC) of four-shoulder patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs). OSS, PROMs, SDC, SST
73  2013 Psychometric properties of patient-reported outcome measures for hip arthroscopic surgery. HAGOS, HOOS, HOS, MDC, MHHS, PROs
74  2012 Defining minimally important change in QOLIE-31 scores: estimates from three placebo-controlled lacosamide trials in patients with partial-onset seizures. ---
75  2012 Defining the Minimally Important Change for the SpondyloArthritis Research Consortium of Canada Spine and Sacroiliac Joint Magnetic Resonance Imaging Indices for Ankylosing Spondylitis. GEC, MRI, ROC, SI, SPARCC
76  2012 Detecting relevant changes and responsiveness of Neck Pain and Disability Scale and Neck Disability Index. AUC, CNP, GPE, MDC, NDI, NPAD, ROC
77  2012 Evaluation of Ankylosing Spondylitis Quality of Life questionnaire: responsiveness of a new patient-reported outcome measure. DA, EASi-QoL, ES, ETN, EWB, PF, SP
78  2012 Interpretability of change in the Nurses Work Functioning Questionnaire: minimal important change and smallest detectable change. NWFQ, ROC, SDC
79  2012 Mathematical coupling does not account for the association between baseline severity and minimally important change values. ---
80  2012 Test-retest, responsiveness, and minimal important change of the ability to perform physical activities of daily living questionnaire in individuals with type 2 diabetes and obesity. APPADL, ES, T2DM
81  2011 Community walking can be assessed using a 10-metre timed walk test. 10-m TWT, AUCs, EDSS, MFWC, MS, ROC
82  2010 Inconclusive psychometric properties of the Vaizey score in fecally incontinent patients: a prospective cohort study. GPE
83  2010 Mind the MIC: large variation among populations and methods. ---
84  2010 Three ways to quantify uncertainty in individually applied "minimally important change" values. CI, ROC, SDC
85  2009 Linking measurement error to minimal important change of patient-reported outcomes. PROs, SEM
86  2009 Measurement properties of the Dizziness Handicap Inventory by cross-sectional and longitudinal designs. AUC, DHI, ICC, SDD
87  2008 Interpreting change scores for pain and functional status in low back pain: towards international consensus regarding minimal important change. ---
88  2008 Longitudinal psychometric attributes, responsiveness, and importance of change: An approach using the SCOPA-Psychosocial questionnaire. 1.96 SEM, HADS, HY, SCOPA-PS, UPDRS
89  2008 The longitudinal relationship between the patient-reported Multiple Sclerosis Impact Scale and the clinician-assessed Multiple Sclerosis Functional Composite. ES, MSFC
90  2008 The minimal important change of the PRAFAB questionnaire in women with stress urinary incontinence: results from a prospective cohort study. PRAFAB-Q, SDC
91  2007 Minimally important change determined by a visual method integrating an anchor-based and a distribution-based approach. ---
92  2007 Responsiveness and minimally important change for the Manchester-Oxford foot questionnaire (MOXFQ) compared with AOFAS and SF-36 assessments following surgery for hallux valgus. AOFAS, MCID, MOXFQ, SF-36
93  2006 Reproducibility and responsiveness of the Symptom Severity Scale and the hand and finger function subscale of the Dutch arthritis impact measurement scales (Dutch-AIMS2-HFF) in primary care patients with wrist or hand problems. SEM
94  2006 The usefulness of evaluative outcome measures in patients with multiple sclerosis. DIP, EDSS, GRS, RAPocc
95  2005 Changes to the subscales of two vision-related quality of life questionnaires are proposed. LVQOL, QOL, SDC, SEM
96  2004 Quality of life improvement with conversion to lamotrigine monotherapy. LTG, QOL