The use of multiple sclerosis condition-specific measures to inform health policy decision-making: mapping from the MSWS-12 to the EQ-5D
Hawton, Annie; Green, C; Telford, CJ; et al.Wright, DE; Zajicek, JP
Date: 1 June 2012
Walking impairment has a major influence on the quality of life of people with multiple sclerosis (MS). The Multiple Sclerosis Walking Scale (MSWS-12) assesses the impact of MS on walking ability from the patient's perspective, but in its current form, is not amenable for use in many policy decision-making settings.
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College of Medicine and Health
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