Ever thought that using patient reported outcomes (PRO) and experience (PRE) measures could help you provide better care for your patients with diabetes but, it seems just too complicated? In this interactive masterclass we will demystify the jargon and focus… Read More ›
Our guest blogger this week is Dr Andrew S. Gallan, PhD Assistant Professor, Department of Marketing, Driehaus College of Business, DePaul University, Chicago, IL, and faculty research fellow at the Center for Services Leadership at Arizona State University. Many efforts in… Read More ›
Of course face-to-face training provides opportunities to interact with other participants and ask questions as they arise and for many topics is the most efficient way to learn. However, this can be expensive, involve travel and most of all will … Read More ›
The Eating Behaviour Scale for Diabetes (EBSD) – A Brief Screening Instrument for Disordered Eating in Diabetes KA Meadows. DHP Research and Consultancy Limited1. B Mulhern. Health Economics and Decision Science, School of Health and Related Research, University of Sheffield,… Read More ›
Getting the Most from your NHS Patient Experience Survey Questionnaire June 19th 2013.
Today I’m not posting a blog about patient reported outcomes but, something which is very close to me. A post somewhat different. I’ve been rereading Philip’ Gould’s “The Unfinished Revolution.” On 18th September 2011 on The Andrew Marr Show. Marr… Read More ›
Programme Wednesday 5th June 2013 Bloxham Mill Business Centre, Banbury Oxfordshire OX15 4FF This one day workshop which has been designed for participants involved in the selection and application of PROs, focuses on describing both the recommended development of a… Read More ›
So you want to do research? An introduction to qualitative methods.
The past decade or so has seen an increase in the use of qualitative research in the social sciences in general. However, in the health field – with its traditional emphasis on quantitative research methods including randomized controlled trials and… Read More ›
Would you like to contribute to the thepatientsoutcomes blog? We would like to hear from you if your interests are about patient reported outcomes, patient experience or health research in general. We are also particularly keen to hear from you… Read More ›