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PROMIS® Canada

The Patient Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS®) is a set of person-centered measures to assess how people feel and function. PROMIS measures, which are available for adults and children, can be used in with the general population and with people living with chronic conditions.

The PROMIS system uses advances in psychometrics, information technology and qualitative, cognitive, and health survey research to measure more than 500 different symptoms and functional impacts that can impact health-related quality of life.  PROMIS measures are available as available as profiles, item banks for computer adaptive testing (CAT) and static fixed length short forms (SF). 

PROMIS Canada is an initiative to make PROMIS measures accessible to Canadian researchers, health care providers, and other stakeholders. PROMIS® Canada is led by Drs. Susan Bartlett and Sara Ahmed at McGill University. 

Learn more about PROMIS® by visiting healthmeasures.net  

* The PROMIS system of measures includes PROMIS, Neuro-QOl, ASCQ-ME and the NIH Toolbox. 

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The FATIGUE-PRO: a new patient-reported outcome instrument to quantify fatigue in patients affected by systemic lupus erythematosus

By |August 9th, 2022|Categories: Publications|Tags: , , , |

The objective of this study was to develop a new PRO instrument to measure fatigue in SLE that addresses the conceptual [...]

PROM feedback can lead to moderate improvements in communication between healthcare professionals and patients as well as in diagnosis, and quality of life.

By |October 12th, 2021|Categories: Publications|Tags: , , , |

The aim of this Cochrane Review was to find out whether healthcare workers who receive information from questionnaires [...]

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