The researchers hoped to learn about the safety and efficacy of two influenza A (H1N1) vaccinations given to people with lupus.
The researchers hoped to learn the effects of an exercise program, Wii Fit, on fatigue, emotional state, sleep, and pain in African-American women with lupus.
The researchers hoped to learn the prevalence of self-reported photosensitivity among people with lupus, as well as its effects on quality of life.
The investigators sought to examine changes in health-related quality of life associated with clinical outcomes of neuropsychiatric events in people with lupus over the course of one year.
The researchers hoped to learn about lupus-related factors, especially heart disease, that may contribute to the development of depression in people with lupus.
The researchers hoped to learn whether contraceptive counseling had effects on the frequency of use of contraceptives.
The researchers tested the LupusQoL-US instrument to see how well it could pick up different active clinical features of lupus from the point of view of the patient’s experience.
The researchers hoped to learn about the relationship between levels of vitamin D in the blood and lupus disease activity.