Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by Andy, Feb 13, 2020.
@dave30th you now need to add BPS/IC to your ever-expanding list
surprised that KG and Scott got this wrong. doesn't look good.
Shame they’ve had to make that correction. Presumably the measure of fatigue used by MUs is Chalder Cosmo Quiz.
Well no,it's worse than that. Davids only had to delete a couple of paragraphs, but the Geraghty /Scott paper is full of statements on the same theme
see the para on
IAPT early performance data and recovery measurement
the inaccuracy re IAPT implementation guidance (see link in above post) appears to undermine a lot of their arguments, (even though the guidance might not be what is happening in practice).
So, as @NelliePledge says, the fatigue measure must the Chalder Fatigue Questionnaire noted in Table 6 on page 30. I don't see any other relevant reference to 'fatigue'. Unfortunately, though a useless measure of ME/CFS fatigue in many ways, it does show they measure it, so the KG and Scott article looks to have missed that. Rather a pity.
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