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The Patient Needs in Asthma Treatment (NEAT) questionnaire: Further evidence on its psychometric properties.

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Summary of "The Patient Needs in Asthma Treatment (NEAT) questionnaire: Further evidence on its psychometric properties."

Building on previous psychometric work, we sought to assess the Patient Needs in Asthma Treatment (NEAT) questionnaire's validity, responsiveness to change and the minimal important change (MIC) over a 3-year period (Study 1) and its reliability and the smallest detectable change (SDC) in a test-retest-study (Study 2) among patients self-reporting physician-diagnosed asthma.

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Name: Allergy
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