The Assessment of Pain and Occupational Performance

Original Editor - Rachael Lowe.

Top Contributors - Rachael Lowe and Amrita Patro  

Summary

The POP focuses on performance of activities. It is a disease-specific, discriminative assessment instrument designed for patients with back pain (BP) and LBP.

Intended Population

Adults with back pain and LBP

Reference

Gerd Perneros and Hans Tropp (2009) Development, validity, and reliability of The Assessment of Pain and Occupational Performance (POP): a new instrument using two dimensions in the investigation of disability in back pain, The Spine Journal, 9(6), 486-498[1]

Evidence

Reliability

Gerd Perneros and Hans Tropp (2009) Development, validity, and reliability of The Assessment of Pain and Occupational Performance (POP): a new instrument using two dimensions in the investigation of disability in back pain, The Spine Journal, 9(6), 486-498[1]

Validity

Gerd Perneros and Hans Tropp (2009) Development, validity, and reliability of The Assessment of Pain and Occupational Performance (POP): a new instrument using two dimensions in the investigation of disability in back pain, The Spine Journal, 9(6), 486-498 [1]

Responsiveness

Miscellaneous

Contact

Spine Center, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University Hospital, S-581 85 Linköping, Sweden. Tel.: (46) 13224268; fax: (46) 13227986.

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Gerd Perneros and Hans Tropp (2009) Development, validity, and reliability of The Assessment of Pain and Occupational Performance (POP): a new instrument using two dimensions in the investigation of disability in back pain, The Spine Journal, 9(6), 486-498