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Patient Report Outcomes (PROs): patients should not only share their voice but co-create

Patient Reported Outcomes (PROs) represent a unique opportunity to measure the impact of health research, treatment and care on outcomes that matter most to people with multiple sclerosis (MS). An important driver of this change is enabling science with and of patient input via a multi-stakeholder and multidisciplinary organizational models. The review published by Paola Zaratin and Giampaolo Brichetto on Current Opinion in Neurology

27/04/2020
Paola Zaratin, Giampaolo Brichetto

 

Patient Reported Outcomes  (PROs) exist but should be improved, standardized and used more than has been done so far, in order to optimize their role in measuring the impact of research and healthcare in patients' lives.

 

This is the picture of the Patient Reported Outcomes (PROs) emerging from the review published on Current Opinion in Neurology by Paola Zaratin, Director of Scientific Research of FISM and Giampaolo Brichetto, Coordinator of reasearch in rehabilitation at Italian MS Foundation (FISM) and Director of AISM Rehabilitation Center in Genova.

 

It is crucial to take the opportunity, the authors explain, to reflect and open a discussion on the importance to integrate health status reported by people with MS into research and treatment paths. Even more if this is done from a privileged point of view, they underline: via a multi-stakeholder organizational models.

 

Reference

Title: Measuring outcomes that matter most to people with multiple sclerosis: the role of patient-reported outcomes

Authots: Giampaolo Brichetto, Paola Zaratin

Journal: Current Opinion in Neurology

DOI: 10.1097/WCO.0000000000000821

 

Related resources
PROMS (Patient Reported Outcomes Iniziative for MS)
MULTI-ACT (Press Release)