COPD depicted – patients drawing their lungs

@inproceedings{Kaptein2017COPDD,
  title={COPD depicted – patients drawing their lungs},
  author={Ad A Kaptein and Jitske Tiemensma and Elizabeth Broadbent and Guus M. Asijee and Maarten Voorhaar},
  booktitle={International journal of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease},
  year={2017}
}
Background Given the increasing importance of patient-reported outcomes (PRO) in quality medical care, we examined the value and feasibility of an innovative method for assessing patients' illness perceptions, represented in drawings made by patients with COPD of their lungs. Aim The aim of our study was: to study patients' representation of COPD as reflected in their drawings of their lungs; and to examine scores on a validated measure that assesses illness perceptions (ie, Brief Illness… CONTINUE READING
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