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2019 Psychometric properties of the Spanish version of the once-daily Urticaria Activity Score (UAS) in patients with chronic spontaneous urticaria managed in clinical practice (the EVALUAS study). CSU, MID, UAS
2019 Sex differences in elbow and wrist joint loading during the cartwheel and round off with different hand positions performed by young gymnasts. CW, RO, vGRF
2017 Do preventive interventions for children of mentally ill parents work? Results of a systematic review and meta-analysis. COPMI
2017 Emotional crisis in a naturalistic context: characterizing outpatient profiles and treatment effectiveness. CIC
2015 Comparing and Validating Simple Measures of Patient-Reported Peripheral Neuropathy for Oncology Clinical Trials: NCCTG N0897 (Alliance) A Pooled Analysis of 2440 Patients. BPI, MID, NCCTG, PN, POMS, QOL, SDS, SGIC, SRM
2015 The Effect of Calcium or Calcium and Vitamin D Supplementation on Bone Mineral Density in Healthy Males: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. BMD
2014 The construct validity and responsiveness of sensory tests in patients with carpal tunnel syndrome. CID, CTS, PSSD, ROC, rs, SRM, SSS
2013 Is gingival crevicular fluid volume sensitive to orthodontic tooth movement? A systematic review of split-mouth longitudinal studies. GCF, OTM
2009 Efficacy of two tailored interventions promoting physical activity in older adults. ---
10  2009 Responsive measures to prehabilitation in patients undergoing bowel resection surgery. BMI, SRM
11  2009 The Sleep of the Bereaved. GSC, GSC, OAI, PSQI, SB
12  2005 The responsiveness of the ten-meter walking test and other measures in patients with hemiparesis in the acute phase. BBS, MI, SRM
13  2004 A visitor's guide to effect sizes: statistical significance versus practical (clinical) importance of research findings. ---