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Patient-reported outcome measure translation: An overview - Volume 27, Issue

The unique nature of patient-reported outcome (PRO) measures presents unique challenges for translation. Regulators emphasise the importance of maintaining conceptual equivalence across all languages in multilingualand multinational trials, while…

Interview with Professor Matthias Rose on developing patient-reported outcomes and the PROMIS initiative - Volume 27, Issue

Professor Matthias Rose is Medical Director of the Psychosomatic Department at the Charité University Hospital in Berlin, Germany. In this interview, I discuss with him patient-reported outcomes and the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement…

Measuring quality of life – theoretical background - Volume 27, Issue

Patient-centred medicine has come out of the increasing importance of patients’ voices in disease management. As part of this, health related quality of life (HR-QoL) has become an important part of assessing treatment outcome and the quality of…

In the Bookstores - Volume 22, Issue

The Spirit Level

Ever had a ‘ping’ moment? This book might have been mine. I'm not a natural pessimist, but Western society today seems less cohesive and people more materialistic, stressed, unhealthy, and unhappy than in times gone by. Wealth and s…

Developing a treatment for ovarian cancer - Volume 21, Issue

Ovarian cancer is a really nasty disease. Although, like most cancers, it is curable if caught early enough, in practice it is not usually diagnosed until it is too late for curative treatment. It initially responds well to treatment and patients…

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