The Leeds Foot Impact Score is a 51 item validated impact scale to assess foot status in rheumatoid arthritis (LFIS-RA). It has scales for impairment/shoes and for activities/participation. The scale can be used to determine the impact of RA on the foot.
The Foot Posture Index (FPI) is a diagnostic clinical tool aimed at quantifying the degree to which a foot can be considered to be in a pronated, supinated or neutral position. It is intended to be a simple method of scoring the various foot posture into a single quantifiable result. The user attaches a score to a serie of observations that are routinely used. Features commensurate with an approximately neutral foot position are graded as zero, while pronated postures are given a positive value, and suplinated features a negative value.
The Arthritis Educational Needs Assessment Tool (ENAT) is a self-administered questionnaire containing 39 statements which measure the educational needs of patients with rheumatic diseases. This gives objective information free from bias.
The Behçet's Disease Current Activity Form (2006) allows clinicians to capture the patient's perception and experience of symptoms from over a period of 4 weeks prior to assessment, gicing an overall Activity Index.