Patient-reported outcome measures in older people with hip fracture: a systematic review of quality and acceptability

@article{Haywood2016PatientreportedOM,
  title={Patient-reported outcome measures in older people with hip fracture: a systematic review of quality and acceptability},
  author={Kirstie L Haywood and Jonathan Brett and Elizabeth Tutton and Sophie H Staniszewska},
  journal={Quality of Life Research},
  year={2016},
  volume={26},
  pages={799-812}
}
PurposeHip fracture is the most common serious injury of older people, often resulting in reduced mobility and loss of independence. However, guidance for the use of patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) does not exist: we describe the first review to apply internationally endorsed criteria in support of PROM quality and acceptability in this group, and make recommendations for future applications.MethodsSystematic literature searches of major databases (1980–2015) to identify published… CONTINUE READING

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