Publication: Symptoms and impacts of ambulatory nonsense mutation Duchenne muscular dystrophy: A qualitative study and the development of a patient-centered conceptual model
This research article, published in the Journal of Patient Reported Outcomes, describes the development of a conceptual model of the symptoms and impacts of nonsense mutation Duchenne muscular dystrophy (nmDMD), based on qualitative interviews with caregivers
Review the process used to undertake a qualitative study involving interviews with 10 caregivers of patients with nmDMD in the UK
Discover the symptoms and impact of nmDMD before and after treatment with a mutation-specific therapy, as reported by caregivers
Learn about a conceptual model, illustrating the relationships between symptoms and impacts of nmDMD before treatment
Williams K, Davidson I, Rance M, et al. J Pat-Rep Outcomes. 2021;5:75
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