Training clinicians in how to use patient-reported outcome measures in routine clinical practice

Abstract

Patient-reported outcome measures (PROs) were originally developed for comparing groups of people in clinical trials and population studies, and the results were used to support treatment recommendations or inform health policy, but there was not direct benefit for the participants providing PROs data. However, as the experience in using those measures… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11136-014-0903-5

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@article{Santana2014TrainingCI, title={Training clinicians in how to use patient-reported outcome measures in routine clinical practice}, author={Mar{\'i}a Jos{\'e} Santana and Lotte Haverman and Kate Absolom and Elena E Takeuchi and David H. Feeny and Martha Alexandra Grootenhuis and Galina Velikova}, journal={Quality of Life Research}, year={2014}, volume={24}, pages={1707-1718} }