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**Welcome to the public repository for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID) Illness – Patient Report (NCIPR) measure.** **NCIPR** \ **First Data Release** \ **About the NCIPR Survey:** \ In consultation with physicians, scientists and patients, we have developed a self-report measure of coronavirus testing, timing, symptoms and treatments. This is a self guided, patient-facing measure. It is recommended that this be administered with the NCIPR-Demographics measure, which includes participant age, brief medical history and additional relevant domains. **Download the NCIPR:** \ **References:** \ Some of the NCIPR-Demographics survey questions were obtained from standardized questionnaires. These include the [COPE-IS][1], [COPE-IU][2], [the Williams measure of perceived discrimination][3], and [the Fletcher measure of relationship quality][4], 1. Thomason, M.E., Graham, A., VanTieghem, M.R. (2020). The COPE-IS: Coronavirus Perinatal Experiences – Impact Survey. 2. Thomason, M.E., Graham, A., Smyser, C.D., Rogers, C.E. (2020). The COPE-IU: Coronavirus Perinatal Experiences – Impact Update. 3. Williams DR, Yan Y, Jackson JS, Anderson NB. Racial Differences in Physical and Mental Health: Socio-economic Status, Stress and Discrimination. Journal of health psychology. 1997;2(3):335-351. 4. Fletcher GJO, Simpson JA, Thomas G. The Measurement of Perceived Relationship Quality Components: A Confirmatory Factor Analytic Approach. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 2000;26(3):340-354. doi:10.1177/0146167200265007 **Related Papers** 1. 2.
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