Patient Reported Outcomes (PROs) capture self-assessments of patients’ subjective health status including health-related quality of life, functionality and symptom burden. However, despite the scientific evidence for clinical benefit, routine assessments of PROs are still not integrated in most clinical oncology settings, because implementation is challenging and many aspects and different stakeholders have to be considered.
The EORTC Quality of Life Group (https://qol.eortc.org/) is developing an online course for clinical staff to facilitate and support implementation and use of EORTC PRO assessments in clinical practice. The content of this online course shall meet the needs and preferences of future users.
We would very much value if you would share your views and preferences regarding relevant content and methods to further inform the design of the course by participating in:
AN ONLINE-SURVEY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN ONLINE COURSE ON EORTC PRO MEASURES FOR USE IN CLINICAL PRACTICE
The survey takes about 10 minutes of your time and is conducted anonymously. Please feel free to forward this invitation to the survey to your colleagues.
To access the survey, please follow the link: https://umfrage.itz.uni-halle.de/limesurvey/index.php/survey/index/sid/137781/newtest/Y/lang/en
In case of any questions, please contact the study centre: PROfirstname.lastname@example.org