Patient-reported Outcomes for Assessment of Quality of Life in Refractive Error: A Systematic Review.

@article{Kandel2017PatientreportedOF,
  title={Patient-reported Outcomes for Assessment of Quality of Life in Refractive Error: A Systematic Review.},
  author={Himal Kandel and Jyoti Khadka and Michael Goggin and Konrad Pesudovs},
  journal={Optometry and Vision Science},
  year={2017}
}
SIGNIFICANCE This review has identified the best existing patient-reported outcome (PRO) instruments in refractive error. The article highlights the limitations of the existing instruments and discusses the way forward. PURPOSE A systematic review was conducted to identify the types of PROs used in refractive error, to determine the quality of the existing PRO instruments in terms of their psychometric properties, and to determine the limitations in the content of the existing PRO instruments… Expand
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