Cognitive: Explain how engaging patients and other relevant stakeholders can enhance the usefulness of a research study; Describe the elements necessary to include representative participants in a research study; Define the steps necessary to develop and test important properties of a new patient- reported outcome (PRO) measure.
Attitudinal: Value patient input in study design; Recognize PROs as important in improving healthcare decision making; Commit to implementing and disseminating PCOR findings.
Skills: Formulate a plan to ensure the representativeness of study participants; Prepare a strategy to identify, select, recruit, and retain study participants; Prepare an internal reliability consistency coefficient for a multi-item PRO measurement scale; Engage relevant stakeholders in designing a study about the comparative effectiveness of two alternative treatment strategies for a chronic condition in adults, and in disseminating the study results; Collect data in a thorough and systematic manner.
This category contains the curriculum Introduction and seven main modules. Learn about the instructors for this curriculum.
- Introductory Lecture: Prepared and presented by Jodi Segal, MD, MPH
- Learning Modules: Prepared and presented by Albert Wu, MD, MPH, and Clifton Bingham, MD
Category 2 Self-Assessment
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Posted: February 2016