Deconstructing the 9-HPT
The 9-hole peg test (9-HPT) is the most widely accepted way of monitoring arm and hand function in people with MS in clinical trials. We have designed a cheap, environmentally friendly and easy to use 9-HPT for people with MS to use for self-monitoring.

The 9-HPT integrates neurological function over many domains, i..e vision (acuity, colour vision and depth perception), power (finger opposition), sensation (tactile sensory feedback and proprioception) and coordination (rapid alternating movements and metria). We are running a public engagement exercise to raise awareness about the multi-faceted nature of the 9-HPT. We are very pleased that you have decided to take part.

Some fun and maybe of interest to you?
Dominant hand
Which hand do you write with?
Age
years
Your answer
Sex
Conditions
Plastic/Normal 1
First baseline 9-HPT with dominant hand
Your answer
Plastic/Normal 2
Second baseline 9-HPT with dominant hand
Your answer
Test Conditions 1
First 9-HPT with dominant hand under test conditions
Your answer
Test Conditions 2
Second 9-HPT with dominant hand under test conditions
Your answer
If applicable no. units of alcohol consumed
Your answer
Email address (voluntary)
If you want feedback from this public engagement exercise please provide your email address.
Your answer
Disclaimer
Please note that by completing this survey you are consenting to the data you provide being analysed by Barts-MS. Results of this public engagement exercise will be presented on the Barts-MS blog and may be submitted for publication.
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