Anxiety, Depression, Pain Interference, and Physical Function

Overview

Status: Not yet recruiting
Keywords: Anxiety , Depression , Pain Interference , Physical Function , Orthopaedic Trauma
IRB Number: 00069043
Specialty: Orthopaedic Surgery, Orthopaedic Surgery
Sub Specialties: Orthopaedic Trauma

Brief Summary

The purpose of this study is to compare orthopaedic trauma patients' depression, anxiety, pain interference and physical function computer adaptive test outcome scores collected at 2, 6, 12, and 24 weeks post-operative and narcotic usage. We hypothesize there will be inverse relationships between depression and physical function scores, anxiety and physical function scores, and pain interference and physical function scores (low depression/pain interference = high physical function and visa versa). We hypothesize that patients with high narcotic usage will have higher pain interference, anxiety, and depression scores and lower physical function scores.

Principal Investigator: Ami Stuart
Department: Orthopedic Surgery
Co Investigator: Erik Kubiak
Co Investigator: Michael Beebe

Contact Information

Name:Kirby Corbey
Phone: 801-213-3366
Email: kirby.corbey@hsc.utah.edu

Inclusion Criteria

All orthopaedic trauma patients who have completed the standard-of-care outcomes questionnaires given at each follow-up visit from 4/01/2013 to present. 

Exclusion Criteria

Patients under the age of 18 and patients with less than 6 months of follow-up data.