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Craig Martin, Global Director - Mental Health & Suicide Prevention programs
Testicular Cancer
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Establish Guidelines and Key Attributes for Electronic Patient Reported Outcomes Measurement (ePROM) Tools

Movember Funding to Date

AUD 32,398

What we seek to achieve

This project sought to establish guidelines and identify key attributes for providers and registry leaders to consider when selecting an electronic tool for collecting data directly from patients regarding their health (i.e. patient-reported outcomes PROMs), to develop a decision framework for selecting the right tool for a given setting and/or context, and summarize information on the most popular tools to facilitate comparison and selection.

Implemented by
International Consortium for Health Outcomes Measurement (ICHOM)
Project start date
April 2014
Project Status
Project Completed

About the project

A working group of international experts considered the important aspects of selecting a tool in all contexts such as within the clinic, through to population registries. This allowed a definition of minimum requirements that any ePROM tool should comply with.

A number of vendors were identified and they were asked to provide information on how their solution matched the minimum requirements.

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