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McGill University,

at Montreal, Que., Canada; coeducational; chartered 1821, opened 1829. It was named for James McGill, who left a bequest to establish it. Its real development dates from 1855 when John W. DawsonDawson, Sir John William,
1820–99, Canadian geologist and educator, b. Pictou, N.S., studied at the Univ. of Edinburgh. After serving (1850–55) as superintendent of education in Nova Scotia, he was from 1855 to 1893 principal of, and professor of geology at, McGill
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 became principal. It has faculties of arts, science, dentistry, engineering, graduate studies, education, management, religious studies, law, medicine, and music, as well as schools of architecture, urban planning, computer science, social work, library and information studies, nursing, human communication disorders, occupational health, and physical and occupational therapy. Anglican, Presbyterian, and United Church theological colleges are affiliated. Macdonald College at Ste Anne de Bellevue, Que., includes the faculty of agriculture and environmental sciences and the school of dietetics and human science. McGill is noted for its graduate work in chemistry, medicine (especially neurology and psychiatry), and biology. It has a fine medical library and medical museum.
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Pain was assessed at regular intervals for 48 hours through a shortened version of McGill pain questionnaire translated in the Croatian language.
Furthermore, patients have been evaluated using the following scales: DASH questionnaire, Body Image Scale, McGill pain questionnaire, and Constant Scale.
El dolor relacionado, ya sea con puncion o con la retirada de la aguja, se cuantifico mediante una escala validada visual analogica (EVA) y la escala McGill Pain Questionnaire Short Form (SF-MPQ).
Psychometric properties of a Spanish version of the McGill Pain Questionnaire on several Spanish-speaking countries.
Pain was measured with two instruments: the Brief Pain Inventory-Long Form (BPI-LF) and the McGill Pain Questionnaire Short Form (MPQ-SF).
In addition to the BPI, the Short-Form McGill Pain Questionnaire (SF-MPQ) was used to measure pain.
Secondary outcomes included average day and night severity, as well as portions of the Brief Pain Inventory, Clinical Global Impression of Severity Scale, Patient's Global Impression of Improvement, Short-Form McGill Pain Questionnaire, Dynamic Allodynia, Short Form-36 Health Status Survey, and Euro Quality of Life instrument.
Knutzen, of Western Washington University, Bellingham, used the McGill Pain Questionnaire to assess pain at baseline and at the study's end.
The subjects' mean pain severity was 27 on the McGill Pain Questionnaire (MPQ) scale.
The efficacy of treatment was based on pain severity that was assessed using the Short-Form McGill Pain Questionnaire and the related visual analog scale.
One of the Spanish versions of the McGill Pain Questionnaire (Melzack, 1975) was used, specifically, the adaptation by Lazaro, Bosch, Torrubia, and Banos (1994).

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