Hannah O’Gorman

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Patient-reported outcomes (PROs) are an important means of evaluating the treatment benefit of new medical products. It is recognized that PRO measures should be used when assessing concepts best known by the patient or best measured from the patient's perspective. As a result, there is growing emphasis on well defined and reliable PRO measures. In(More)
BACKGROUND Interest in collecting Patient Reported Outcomes using electronic methods such as mobile phones has increased in recent years. However there is debate about the level of measurement equivalence between the traditional paper and newer electronic modes. Information about the acceptability of the electronic versions to respondents is also required.(More)
With regard to the following sentence in the ‘Disclosures’ section: ‘‘During the preparation of this manuscript, Ms. Eremenco, Mr. O’Donohoe, Ms. O’Gorman, and Mr. Malizia were employed by companies that provide ePRO systems and/or ePRO consulting services for sponsors of clinical trials.’’ It should have been specified that William Malizia was employed by(More)
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