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The Glasgow Sleep Impact Index (GSII): a novel patient-centred measure for assessing sleep-related quality of life impairment in Insomnia Disorder.

Abstract:

Daytime dysfunction and quality of life impairment are important and salient consequences of poor sleep in those with insomnia. Existing measurement approaches to functional impact tend to rely on non-specific generic tools, non-validated scales, or ad hoc single scale items. Here we report the development and validation of the Glasgow Sleep Impact Index (GSII), a novel self-report measure which asks patients to generate, and assess, three domains of impairment unique to their own individual ...

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Crawford, MR More by this author
Spiegelhalder, K More by this author
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Journal:
Sleep medicine
Volume:
14
Issue:
6
Pages:
493-501
Publication date:
2013-06-05
EISSN:
1878-5506
URN:
uuid:f83172df-632e-4e10-9176-7d06397feb92
Source identifiers:
450752
Local pid:
pubs:450752
Language:
English

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