Development, psychometric evaluation and cognitive debriefing of the rheumatoid arthritis symptom and impact questionnaire (RASIQ)
Journal of Patient-Reported Outcomes, December 2021
Brandon Becker, Marguerite Bracher, Deven Chauhan, Regina Rendas-Baum, Xiaochen Lin, Kimberly Raymond, Meaghan O’Connor, Mark Kosinski
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