Van Straten A, Haan RJ, Limburg M, Schuling J, Bossuyt PM and Van Den Bos GAM (1997): A Stroke-Adapted 30-Item Version of the Sickness Impact Profile to Assess Quality of Life (SA--SIP30).
What does SIP stand for?
SIP stands for Sickness Impact Profile
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- Session Invitation Protocol (Internet conferencing, telephony)
- Share Incentive Plan
- Shareholder Investment Program (various companies)
- Shelter Implementation Plan
- Shelter In Place
- Shield Isolation Point
- Ship In Place
- Ship Instrumentation Package (US Navy)
- Shut-In Pressure
- Shuttle Interface Panel
- Signal Inline Package
- Signal Input Port
- Signal/Image Processing
- Silicon Intellectual Property
- Simferopol, Ukraine - Simferopol (Airport Code)
- Simple Internet Protocol
- Simulated Input Processor
- SINCGARS Improvement Program
- Sindicato de Industriales de Panama (Spanish: Panamanian Industrialists Society, Panama)
- Singe Inline Pin
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We assessed the construct responsiveness by comparing the COPM scores with the scores for the Sickness Impact Profile (SIP68), the Disability and Impact Profile (DIP), and the Impact on Participation and Autonomy (IPA).
7) The Sickness Impact Profile (SIP) is a measure of health status designed to be broadly applicable across varying types and severities of illness and across an array of demographic and cultural subgroups.
They used the Sickness Impact Profile to measure level of functioning, and the Center for Epidemiological Studies-Depression scale to evaluate depression.
These include: The Profile of Fatigue Related Symptoms, The Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale, The Illness Management Questionnaire, the COPE scales, Sickness Impact Profile, Fatigue Questionnaire, General Health Questionnaire, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Checklist, and Somatic Symptom Checklist (Ray et al.
Albert and his colleagues interviewed the survivors using the 36-item Short Form Health Survey, the Sickness Impact Profile, a German questionnaire about physical and psychosomatic complaints, the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale, and the Cerebral Impairment Scale.