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White paper – 5 Things you need to know about patient reported outcome (PRO) measures

Patient – reported outcome measures – an overview

5-Tips for selecting a patient reported outcome measure (PRO)

So you want to do research?

1: An overview of the research process

2:Developing the research question

3: An introduction to qualitative research

4: An introduction to quantitative methods

5: Questionnaire design

6: Reporting research

LEGISLATION AND REGULATORS

Good Clinical Practice E6

Research governance framework for health and social care 2005

Guidance for Industry Patient-Reported Outcome Measures: Use in Medical Product Development to Support Labeling Claims

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DHP Research 2014 Autumn Training Programme

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DHP Research Autumn Training Programme for Health Researchers

Emotional Drivers Behind Clinical Trial Participation

The Diabetes Health Profile: Using PRO Measures to Support Endpoints

Are Practice Managers Asking the Right Questions?

Outcomes that matter to patients with diabetes

Are we too reliant on traditional health research methodologies?

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Track and treat - Introducing the Diabetes Profile Care Programme™

 

DHP Research has recently devised and introduced the Diabetes Profile Care Programme™ The first diabetes-specific holistic assessment tool that puts patients at the centre of their care and help care providers implement tailor made interventions that meet the emotional and behavioural needs of people with diabetes.

  • Understand how well you understand your patient needs relative to their own reports
  • Identify patient needs not being met
  • Provide customised support based on individual patient presentation
  • Monitor outcomes and evaluate effectiveness of patient support programmes and other care interventions
  • Patients get a clearer understanding of their emotional needs and priorities
  • Patients actively involved in the management of their diabetes and improvement of  quality of life and well-being
  • Monitor changes in patient needs and well-being
  • Standard demographic and diabetes type crosstabs available

For further information contact  healthoutcomes@isis.ox.ac.uk 
Tel: +44 (0)1865 280857