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Oxford ankle foot questionnaire - for children

Discussion in 'Pediatrics' started by NewsBot, Aug 30, 2007.

  1. NewsBot

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    Development of the Oxford ankle foot questionnaire: finding out how children are affected by foot and ankle problems.
    Morris C, Liabo K, Wright P, Fitzpatrick R.
    Child Care Health Dev. 2007 Sep;33(5):559-68.
     
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  3. gavw

    gavw Active Member

    Foot pain measures/quality of life in children with foot problems

    From the same issue of Child: care health and development as this article

    http://www.podiatry-arena.com/podiatry-forum/showthread.php?t=4404

    is this: Development of the Oxford ankle foot questionnaire: finding out how children are affected by foot and ankle problems.

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/e...ez.Pubmed.Pubmed_ResultsPanel.Pubmed_RVDocSum

    Interesting stuff. I have been looking at doing some work around measuring the impact on quality of life in children with foot problems, and the impact on quality of life of foot orthoses for those with foot pathology leading to pain. One instrument I did find is known as the PODCI. See here: http://www.aaos.org/research/outcomes/outcomes_peds.asp

    Does anyone have any experience/knowlege of these types of quality of life outcomes in children with regard to the foot?

    Regards
     
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    The Oxford ankle foot questionnaire for children
    SCALING, RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY

    C. Morris; H. A. Doll; A. Wainwright; T. Theologis and R. Fitzpatrick
    Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery - British Volume, Vol 90-B, Issue 11, 1451-1456.
     
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    The Oxford Ankle Foot Questionnaire for children: responsiveness and longitudinal validity.

    Morris C, Doll H, Davies N, Wainwright A, Theologis T, Willett K, Fitzpatrick R.
    Qual Life Res. 2009 Nov 3.
     
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    The Oxford Ankle Foot Questionnaire for Children: Review of development and potential applications.
    Morris C, Doll H, Wainwright A, Davies N, Theologis T, Fitzpatrick R.
    Prosthet Orthot Int. 2010 Jun 9. [Epub ahead of print]
     
  7. Bug

    Bug Well-Known Member

    This is a lovely tool for kids. We are currently using it for foot pain and also in a RCT for Sever's treatment. It is super easy to use and would be great to see it used more.

    I think we can underestimate how pain and deformity changes the quality of life with kids.
     
  8. gendel99

    gendel99 Active Member

    It's possible use this scale after foot surgery in children?
     
  9. Bug

    Bug Well-Known Member

    Have a look at it, can't see why not. It is free for clinical use.
     
  10. stewartm

    stewartm Member

    Hi,

    I believe it is free of charge but a licence is required for use. Isis Innovation (University of Oxford) is the owner of the copyright

    Stewart
     
  11. Bug

    Bug Well-Known Member

    You can contact them here also: http://www.publichealth.ox.ac.uk/research/hsru/Ankle/Ankle

    I thought it was free to use on the individual/clinical setting but if you are using them in large amounts in a research study there was a license fee. Probably best to check. I know we have a license for use as we are using it for research.
     
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    Validation of the translated Oxford ankle foot questionnaire in 82 Danish children aged between five and 16 years.
    Martinkevich P, Møller-Madsen B, Gottliebsen M, Kjeldgaard Pedersen L, Rahbek O
    Bone Joint J. 2015 Mar;97-B(3):420-6. doi: 10.1302/0301-620X.97B3.34355.
     
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    The Dutch version of the Oxford Ankle and Foot Questionnaire for Children: Useful for evaluation of pediatric foot problems in groups
    EliseBurgeraRuudSellesaShellyvan NieuwkasteeleaGertBessemsbVirginiePolletbStevenHoviusaChristiannevan Nieuwenhovena
    Foot and Ankle Surgery; 4 November 2017
     
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