First validation of the Recovering Quality of Life measures: a new PROM for use in mental health
posterposted on 17.03.2020 by John Brazier, Anju Keetharuth, Janice Connell, Jill Carlton, Tom Ricketts, Elizabeth Taylor Buck, Michael Barkham
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Background and aim: A new PROM is needed to reflect domains that really matter to people experiencing mental health difficulties. Evidence suggests that EQ-5D is unable to adequately capture health benefits in the area of mental health.
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