Publications and Research Articles by Dr. Robin Hieblinger

  • University degree in Psychology, Focus on Clinical Psychology
    Topic of thesis: Fibromyalgia and Depression (2003)
  • Doctoral Thesis (2012)
    Topic of thesis: The Essence of Health and Disability in Patients with Chronic Widespread Pain

Research articles as lead author:

  1. Validation of the ICF Core Set for Chronic Widespread Pain from the Perspective of Fibromyalgia Patients. published in: Arthritis Research and Therapy, 2009 11(3) pR67
  2. Identification of Essential Elements of Functioning in Chronic Widespread Pain Based on a Statistical Approach. published in: The American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, December 2011

Research articles as co-author:

  1. Spirituality and the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health: content comparison of questionnaires measuring mindfulness based on the International Classification of Functioning.
    Martin Offenbächer, Sebastian Sauer, Robin Hieblinger, David J Hufford, Harald Walach, Niko Kohls
    Disability and Rehabilitation 04/2011;33(25-26)2434-45.
  2. Similar Problem in the Activities of Daily Living but Different Experience: A Qualitative Analysis in Six Rheumatic Conditions and Eight European Countries.
    Tanja Stamm, Robin Hieblinger, Carina Boström, Carina Mihai,Fraser Birrell, Carina Thorstensson, Veronika Fialka-Moser, Silvia Meriaux-Kratochvila, Josef Smolen, Michaela Coenen
    Musculoskeletal Care 01/2013
  3. Pain is not the major determinant of quality of life in fibromyalgia: results from a retrospective "real world" data analysis of fibromyalgia patient
    Martin Offenbaecher 1 2, Niko Kohls 3, Thomas Ewert 4, Claudia Sigl 5, Robin Hieblinger 5, Loren L Toussaint 6, Fuschia Sirois 7, Jameson Hirsch 8, Miguel A Vallejo 9, Sybille Kramer 5, Javier Rivera 10, Gerold Stucki 11, Jörg Schelling 12, Andreas Winkelmann 5
    Rheumatology International 2021 Nov;41(11)