Patient-reported outcomes (PROs), such as health-related quality of life (HRQL), are increasingly recognised as a critical endpoint in healthcare and medicine, and routine assessment of PROs is becoming standard part of clinical practice. PROs are used to provide a comprehensive picture of patients’ wellbeing that can complement and broaden the information that is obtained from clinical outcomes. Mathilde Verdam facilitates applications of response shift phenomena and thus change in HRQL.
M.G.E. Verdam, Using Structural Equation Modeling to Investigate Change in Health-Related Quality of Life.
Prof. F.J. Oort
Prof. M.A.G. Sprangers
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