NEW WEBSITE LAUNCH! Introducing the new look Diabetes Health Profile (DHP)

ProfileRelaunched in response to our research into what users of the Diabetes Health Profile (DHP) really want, the new website offers a fresh approach in design to enable visitors whether from the pharmaceutical industry, health care provision or academic research to easily access key information specific to their needs.

Developed  as a patient reported outcome (PRO) measure of the psychological and behavioural impact of living with diabetes, visitors can through easy to view graphics:

  • objectively appraise the psychometric properties of the two formats (DHP-1 and DHP-18) including validity, reproducibility, floor and ceiling effects, minimally important difference (MID), acceptability and cost-effective analysis
  • view the languages the DHP-1 and DHP-18  are available in
  • examine the conceptual framework underlying the measurement model of the DHP-1 and DHP-18

Visitors can also download copies of the DHP-1 and DHP-18 and  sample pages from the User Manual, link to key references, papers and abstracts and submit online licensing requests.

Recently adopted, following rigorous review, by the Department of Health in the UK for assessing diabetes outcomes in the National Health Service (NHS) as part of the next generation PROMs program, the DHP has been completed by more than 10,000 people with diabetes across a range of clinical trials, community surveys and research both nationally and internationally.

All licensing and communication on behalf of Diabetes Health Profile are managed by  Isis Outcomes which is a business activity within Isis Innovation Limited, the technology transfer company for the University of Oxford.

Why not visit the site now by going to www.diabetesprofile.com



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