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|Title:||Associations between activity and participation in adults with multiple sclerosis.|
|Abstract:||• Among people with MS, walking ability in a clinical setting is associated with walking ability in a person’s daily environment and walking performance in daily life • Only walking ability in a clinical setting is associated with participation • Our findings suggest that an increase of 61 m in 6MWT distance and a decrease of approximately 9 points on the MSWS-12 (score 12-60) is associated with clinically meaningful increase in daily step-count • The strength of the association between activity and participation is too weak for measures of activity to be considered surrogate indicators of participation.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Clinical Sciences Research Papers|
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