# of studies reporting psychometric properties: 1
This classification system provides a nice summary table that makes it easy for clinicians to identify key problem areas expressed by the patient.
MCID: not stablished in SCI
MDC: not stablished in SCI
SRD: not stablished in SCI
The strength of agreement between raters in categorizing pain problems was Moderate for both the method of reporting on questionnaire (K=0.68) and reporting in person (K=0.66).
(Cardenas et al. 2002)
Results of expert voting to determine Face Validity:
- Valid and useful: 4%
- Useful but requires more validation: 20 % Useful but requires changes/improvement then further validation: 52%
- Not useful or valid for research in SCI: 25%
- It was determined to be less valid and useful than both the Bryce-Ragnarsson Pain Taxonomy (BRPT) and the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) SCI Classification.
(Bryce et al. 2007)
No values have been reported for the responsiveness of the Classification System for Chronic Pain for the SCI population.
No values were reported for the presence of floor/ceiling effects in the Classification System for Chronic Pain in SCI for the SCI population.
Dr. Janice Eng, Christie Chan, Gita Manhas
Date Last Updated
20 July 2020