December 12-13: Introduction to Patient-Reported Outcomes Assessment: Instrument Development & Evaluation- Virtual
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December 12, 2022 - December 13, 2022

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Introduction to Patient-Reported Outcomes Assessment: Instrument Development & Evaluation (Virtual)


LEVEL:
Introductory
TRACK:
Patient Centered Research
LENGTH:
4 Hours | Course runs 2 consecutive days, 2 hours each day

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Monday, 12 December 2022 | Course runs 2 consecutive days, 2 hours per day
10:00am – 12:00pm Eastern Standard Time (EST)
15:00PM–17:00PM Coordinated Universal Time (UTC)
16:00PM–18:00PM Central European Time (CET)

Tuesday, 13 December 2022 | Course runs 2 consecutive days, 2 hours per day
10:00am – 12:00pm Eastern Standard Time (EST)
15:00PM–17:00PM Coordinated Universal Time (UTC)
16:00PM–18:00PM Central European Time (CET)


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DESCRIPTION
Patient-reported outcome (PRO) measures are used to quantify the impact of interventions from the patients' perspective. This course is designed to familiarize participants with the range and scope of what PRO measures are used for, how they are developed and evaluated, what they measure, and how PRO data can be used in clinical trial, or clinical care applications. We will discuss the properties of a good PRO measure. Participants will be able to identify steps researchers generally go through to develop and test a new PRO measure, including item generation, qualitative cognitive testing, and quantitative psychometric evaluation. This is an entry level course which assumes only a passing familiarity with patient-reported outcomes. 

 

FACULTY MEMBERS

Theresa Coles, PhD
Assistant Professor
Center for Health Measurement
Department of Population Health Sciences
Duke University School of Medicine
Durham, NC, USA

Christy K. Zigler, PhD
Assistant Professor 
Center for Health Measurement
Department of Population Health Sciences
Duke University School of Medicine
Durham, NC, USA


Basic Schedule:
4 Hours | Course runs 2 consecutive days, 2 hours each day

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