The First Parkinson's Disease Pain Questionnaire (King's PD Pain Quest) – an interim analysis of a multicentre study of the patient's perspective

      Objectives: Pain is a poorly characterised non-motor symptom of Parkinson's Disease (PD) and a determinant of quality of life (Wasner, Deuschl. 2012). Yet there are no patient-completed tools to empower patients to self-declare pain related symptoms. We aim to develop and validate a novel clinical Parkinson's specific pain questionnaire, in lay English, completed by patients themselves.
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