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Collaborations with Division of Rheumatology, Daniel Lovell and, Hermine Brunner
The objective of the study is to determine the pathways by which medical variables (biological, physiological, clinical, physical function) and non-medical variables (individual, family, environmental characteristics) predict HRQOL in children being actively treated for JIA.
Our central hypothesis is that, for children with JIA undergoing treatment, HRQOL is determined, in part, by biological, physiological, clinical, and functional variables and that individual, family, and environmental variables have both direct and indirect effects on HRQOL.
The specific aims are:
The rationale for the proposed research is that successful completion of this project will lead to a thorough understanding of the drivers of between-patient differences in HRQOL outcomes and to identification of additional therapeutic targets, thus enabling clinicians to maximize HRQOL for children with JIA and to maximize the effect of JIA treatments on HRQOL.
It is anticipated that the study will yield the following expected outcomes:
View more information about this study on the NIH website.
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