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The Non-Motor Fluctuation Assessment (NoMoFA) Questionnaire

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The Non-Motor Fluctuation Assessment (NoMoFA) Questionnaire


Acronym: NoMoFA

Authors: Galit Kleiner, MD, Hubert H Fernandez MD, Kelvin L Chou MD, Alfonso A Fasano MD PhD , Kevin R Duque MD, Diana Hengartner MD, Albie Law BA, CCRA, Adam Margolius MD, Yu-Yan Poon RN, Michel Sáenz-Farret MD, Philip Saleh MD MSc, Joaquin Vizcarra MD, Glenn T Stebbins PhD, Alberto J Espay MD MSc on behalf of the PSG NoMoFA Working Group

The Non-Motor Fluctuation Assessment (NoMoFA) Questionnaire is an assessment tool that facilitates the identification and quantification of severity of both static and fluctuating non-motor symptoms (NMF) that occur in Parkinson's disease. An initial version of the scale was developed following the FDA guidance on PRO development and validation. The current version was further validated and found to have good clinimetric properties with acceptable item utility, floor/ceiling effects, internal consistency, test-retest stability, construct validity, concurrent validity and scaling (via item response theory analyses).

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Year Published: 2021
Scale Last Updated: February 5, 2021

Estimated Time to Complete the Scale: 15-20minutes

Assessment Type: Patient-Reported Outcome (PRO)

Available Translations: None.

Additional Scale Publications: None.

 

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