Differential symptom reporting by mode of administration of the assessment: automated voice response system versus a live telephone interview.

@article{Sikorskii2009DifferentialSR,
  title={Differential symptom reporting by mode of administration of the assessment: automated voice response system versus a live telephone interview.},
  author={Alla Sikorskii and Charles W. Given and Barbara A. Given and Sangchoon Jeon and Mei You},
  journal={Medical care},
  year={2009},
  volume={47 8},
  pages={866-74}
}
BACKGROUND Automated voice response (AVR) systems have been used to collect patient-reported outcome data. Mode of administration of the assessment may affect patient reporting. OBJECTIVE To evaluate if there is a differential reporting of symptoms by the mode of assessment: AVR versus a live telephone interview among cancer patients with solid tumors undergoing chemotherapy. RESEARCH DESIGN Randomized clinical trial comparing a nurse-assisted symptom management with an automated telephone… CONTINUE READING

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