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The Impact of Participation in Online Cancer Communities on Patient Reported Outcomes: Systematic Review

The Impact of Participation in Online Cancer Communities on Patient Reported Outcomes: Systematic Review

This systematic review corresponds to the first variant and seeks to answer the following research questions:Does the literature provide evidence of improvement in patient reported outcomes (PROs) for cancer patients who participate in online communities?

Mies C van Eenbergen, Lonneke V van de Poll-Franse, Peter Heine, Floortje Mols

JMIR Cancer 2017;3(2):e15


Capturing a Patient-Reported Measure of Physical Function Through an Online Electronic Health Record Patient Portal in an Ambulatory Clinic: Implementation Study

Capturing a Patient-Reported Measure of Physical Function Through an Online Electronic Health Record Patient Portal in an Ambulatory Clinic: Implementation Study

IntroductionThe effective use of patient-reported outcomes (PROs) data is anticipated to play a critical role in improving health care delivery, patient experiences with care, and outcomes.

Jing Li, Jinoos Yazdany, Laura Trupin, Zara Izadi, Milena Gianfrancesco, Sarah Goglin, Gabriela Schmajuk

JMIR Med Inform 2018;6(2):e31


Initial Evaluation of an Electronic Symptom Diary for Adolescents with Cancer

Initial Evaluation of an Electronic Symptom Diary for Adolescents with Cancer

The 21st century is an age in which technology is expected to revolutionize the collection of patient-reported outcomes and that may lead to important improvements in symptom management.

Christina Baggott, Faith Gibson, Beatriz Coll, Richard Kletter, Paul Zeltzer, Christine Miaskowski

JMIR Res Protoc 2012;1(2):e23


Reliability, Feasibility, and Patient Acceptance of an Electronic Version of a Multidimensional Health Assessment Questionnaire for Routine Rheumatology Care: Validation and Patient Preference Study

Reliability, Feasibility, and Patient Acceptance of an Electronic Version of a Multidimensional Health Assessment Questionnaire for Routine Rheumatology Care: Validation and Patient Preference Study

The database used in this study is part of the Rush University Patient-Reported Outcomes Studies approved by the Rush University Institutional Review Board, with a waiver for patient consent for retrospective data analysis (14090502-IRB02-AM03).

Theodore Pincus, Isabel Castrejon, Mariam Riad, Elena Obreja, Candice Lewis, Niels Steen Krogh

JMIR Form Res 2020;4(5):e15815