Development and testing of new candidate psoriatic arthritis screening questionnaires combining optimal questions from existing toolsCitation formats

  • External authors:
  • Laura C. Coates
  • Jessica Walsh
  • Muhammad Haroon
  • Oliver Fitzgerald
  • Tariq Aslam
  • Farida Al Balushi
  • A. D. Burden
  • Esther Burden-Teh
  • Anna R. Caperon
  • Rino Cerio
  • Chandrabhusan Chattopadhyay
  • Mark J D Goodfield
  • Lesley Kay
  • Stephen Kelly
  • Bruce W. Kirkham
  • Christopher R. Lovell
  • Helena Marzo-Ortega
  • Neil McHugh
  • Ruth Murphy
  • Nick J. Reynolds
  • Catherine H. Smith
  • Elizabeth J C Stewart
  • Robin Waxman
  • Hilary E. Wilson
  • Philip S. Helliwell

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Development and testing of new candidate psoriatic arthritis screening questionnaires combining optimal questions from existing tools. / Coates, Laura C.; Walsh, Jessica; Haroon, Muhammad; Fitzgerald, Oliver; Aslam, Tariq; Al Balushi, Farida; Burden, A. D.; Burden-Teh, Esther; Caperon, Anna R.; Cerio, Rino; Chattopadhyay, Chandrabhusan; Chinoy, Hector; Goodfield, Mark J D; Kay, Lesley; Kelly, Stephen; Kirkham, Bruce W.; Lovell, Christopher R.; Marzo-Ortega, Helena; McHugh, Neil; Murphy, Ruth; Reynolds, Nick J.; Smith, Catherine H.; Stewart, Elizabeth J C; Warren, Richard B.; Waxman, Robin; Wilson, Hilary E.; Helliwell, Philip S.

In: Arthritis Care & Research, Vol. 66, No. 9, 2014, p. 1410-1416.

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Coates, LC, Walsh, J, Haroon, M, Fitzgerald, O, Aslam, T, Al Balushi, F, Burden, AD, Burden-Teh, E, Caperon, AR, Cerio, R, Chattopadhyay, C, Chinoy, H, Goodfield, MJD, Kay, L, Kelly, S, Kirkham, BW, Lovell, CR, Marzo-Ortega, H, McHugh, N, Murphy, R, Reynolds, NJ, Smith, CH, Stewart, EJC, Warren, RB, Waxman, R, Wilson, HE & Helliwell, PS 2014, 'Development and testing of new candidate psoriatic arthritis screening questionnaires combining optimal questions from existing tools', Arthritis Care & Research, vol. 66, no. 9, pp. 1410-1416. https://doi.org/10.1002/acr.22284

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Coates, L. C., Walsh, J., Haroon, M., Fitzgerald, O., Aslam, T., Al Balushi, F., Burden, A. D., Burden-Teh, E., Caperon, A. R., Cerio, R., Chattopadhyay, C., Chinoy, H., Goodfield, M. J. D., Kay, L., Kelly, S., Kirkham, B. W., Lovell, C. R., Marzo-Ortega, H., McHugh, N., ... Helliwell, P. S. (2014). Development and testing of new candidate psoriatic arthritis screening questionnaires combining optimal questions from existing tools. Arthritis Care & Research, 66(9), 1410-1416. https://doi.org/10.1002/acr.22284

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Coates LC, Walsh J, Haroon M, Fitzgerald O, Aslam T, Al Balushi F et al. Development and testing of new candidate psoriatic arthritis screening questionnaires combining optimal questions from existing tools. Arthritis Care & Research. 2014;66(9):1410-1416. https://doi.org/10.1002/acr.22284

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Coates, Laura C. ; Walsh, Jessica ; Haroon, Muhammad ; Fitzgerald, Oliver ; Aslam, Tariq ; Al Balushi, Farida ; Burden, A. D. ; Burden-Teh, Esther ; Caperon, Anna R. ; Cerio, Rino ; Chattopadhyay, Chandrabhusan ; Chinoy, Hector ; Goodfield, Mark J D ; Kay, Lesley ; Kelly, Stephen ; Kirkham, Bruce W. ; Lovell, Christopher R. ; Marzo-Ortega, Helena ; McHugh, Neil ; Murphy, Ruth ; Reynolds, Nick J. ; Smith, Catherine H. ; Stewart, Elizabeth J C ; Warren, Richard B. ; Waxman, Robin ; Wilson, Hilary E. ; Helliwell, Philip S. / Development and testing of new candidate psoriatic arthritis screening questionnaires combining optimal questions from existing tools. In: Arthritis Care & Research. 2014 ; Vol. 66, No. 9. pp. 1410-1416.

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title = "Development and testing of new candidate psoriatic arthritis screening questionnaires combining optimal questions from existing tools",
abstract = "Objective. Several questionnaires have been developed to screen for psoriatic arthritis (PsA), but head-to-head studies have found limitations. This study aimed to develop new questionnaires encompassing the most discriminative questions from existing instruments. Methods. Data from the CONTEST study, a head-to-head comparison of 3 existing questionnaires, were used to identify items with a Youden index score of ≥0.1. These were combined using 4 approaches: CONTEST (simple additions of questions), CONTESTw (weighting using logistic regression), CONTESTjt (addition of a joint manikin), and CONTESTtree (additional questions identified by classification and regression tree [CART] analysis). These candidate questionnaires were tested in independent data sets. Results. Twelve individual questions with a Youden index score of ≥0.1 were identified, but 4 of these were excluded due to duplication and redundancy. Weighting for 2 of these questions was included in CONTESTw. Receiver operating characteristic (ROC) curve analysis showed that involvement in 6 joint areas on the manikin was predictive of PsA for inclusion in CONTESTjt. CART analysis identified a further 5 questions for inclusion in CONTESTtree. CONTESTtree was not significant on ROC curve analysis and discarded. The other 3 questionnaires were significant in all data sets, although CONTESTw was slightly inferior to the others in the validation data sets. Potential cut points for referral were also discussed. Conclusion. Of 4 candidate questionnaires combining existing discriminatory items to identify PsA in people with psoriasis, 3 were found to be significant on ROC curve analysis. Testing in independent data sets identified 2 questionnaires (CONTEST and CONTESTjt) that should be pursued for further prospective testing. Copyright {\textcopyright} 2014 by the American College of Rheumatology.",
author = "Coates, {Laura C.} and Jessica Walsh and Muhammad Haroon and Oliver Fitzgerald and Tariq Aslam and {Al Balushi}, Farida and Burden, {A. D.} and Esther Burden-Teh and Caperon, {Anna R.} and Rino Cerio and Chandrabhusan Chattopadhyay and Hector Chinoy and Goodfield, {Mark J D} and Lesley Kay and Stephen Kelly and Kirkham, {Bruce W.} and Lovell, {Christopher R.} and Helena Marzo-Ortega and Neil McHugh and Ruth Murphy and Reynolds, {Nick J.} and Smith, {Catherine H.} and Stewart, {Elizabeth J C} and Warren, {Richard B.} and Robin Waxman and Wilson, {Hilary E.} and Helliwell, {Philip S.}",
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doi = "10.1002/acr.22284",
language = "English",
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journal = "Arthritis Care & Research",
issn = "2151-464X",
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RIS

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T1 - Development and testing of new candidate psoriatic arthritis screening questionnaires combining optimal questions from existing tools

AU - Coates, Laura C.

AU - Walsh, Jessica

AU - Haroon, Muhammad

AU - Fitzgerald, Oliver

AU - Aslam, Tariq

AU - Al Balushi, Farida

AU - Burden, A. D.

AU - Burden-Teh, Esther

AU - Caperon, Anna R.

AU - Cerio, Rino

AU - Chattopadhyay, Chandrabhusan

AU - Chinoy, Hector

AU - Goodfield, Mark J D

AU - Kay, Lesley

AU - Kelly, Stephen

AU - Kirkham, Bruce W.

AU - Lovell, Christopher R.

AU - Marzo-Ortega, Helena

AU - McHugh, Neil

AU - Murphy, Ruth

AU - Reynolds, Nick J.

AU - Smith, Catherine H.

AU - Stewart, Elizabeth J C

AU - Warren, Richard B.

AU - Waxman, Robin

AU - Wilson, Hilary E.

AU - Helliwell, Philip S.

PY - 2014

Y1 - 2014

N2 - Objective. Several questionnaires have been developed to screen for psoriatic arthritis (PsA), but head-to-head studies have found limitations. This study aimed to develop new questionnaires encompassing the most discriminative questions from existing instruments. Methods. Data from the CONTEST study, a head-to-head comparison of 3 existing questionnaires, were used to identify items with a Youden index score of ≥0.1. These were combined using 4 approaches: CONTEST (simple additions of questions), CONTESTw (weighting using logistic regression), CONTESTjt (addition of a joint manikin), and CONTESTtree (additional questions identified by classification and regression tree [CART] analysis). These candidate questionnaires were tested in independent data sets. Results. Twelve individual questions with a Youden index score of ≥0.1 were identified, but 4 of these were excluded due to duplication and redundancy. Weighting for 2 of these questions was included in CONTESTw. Receiver operating characteristic (ROC) curve analysis showed that involvement in 6 joint areas on the manikin was predictive of PsA for inclusion in CONTESTjt. CART analysis identified a further 5 questions for inclusion in CONTESTtree. CONTESTtree was not significant on ROC curve analysis and discarded. The other 3 questionnaires were significant in all data sets, although CONTESTw was slightly inferior to the others in the validation data sets. Potential cut points for referral were also discussed. Conclusion. Of 4 candidate questionnaires combining existing discriminatory items to identify PsA in people with psoriasis, 3 were found to be significant on ROC curve analysis. Testing in independent data sets identified 2 questionnaires (CONTEST and CONTESTjt) that should be pursued for further prospective testing. Copyright © 2014 by the American College of Rheumatology.

AB - Objective. Several questionnaires have been developed to screen for psoriatic arthritis (PsA), but head-to-head studies have found limitations. This study aimed to develop new questionnaires encompassing the most discriminative questions from existing instruments. Methods. Data from the CONTEST study, a head-to-head comparison of 3 existing questionnaires, were used to identify items with a Youden index score of ≥0.1. These were combined using 4 approaches: CONTEST (simple additions of questions), CONTESTw (weighting using logistic regression), CONTESTjt (addition of a joint manikin), and CONTESTtree (additional questions identified by classification and regression tree [CART] analysis). These candidate questionnaires were tested in independent data sets. Results. Twelve individual questions with a Youden index score of ≥0.1 were identified, but 4 of these were excluded due to duplication and redundancy. Weighting for 2 of these questions was included in CONTESTw. Receiver operating characteristic (ROC) curve analysis showed that involvement in 6 joint areas on the manikin was predictive of PsA for inclusion in CONTESTjt. CART analysis identified a further 5 questions for inclusion in CONTESTtree. CONTESTtree was not significant on ROC curve analysis and discarded. The other 3 questionnaires were significant in all data sets, although CONTESTw was slightly inferior to the others in the validation data sets. Potential cut points for referral were also discussed. Conclusion. Of 4 candidate questionnaires combining existing discriminatory items to identify PsA in people with psoriasis, 3 were found to be significant on ROC curve analysis. Testing in independent data sets identified 2 questionnaires (CONTEST and CONTESTjt) that should be pursued for further prospective testing. Copyright © 2014 by the American College of Rheumatology.

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DO - 10.1002/acr.22284

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VL - 66

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JO - Arthritis Care & Research

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