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Developing an Observer-Reported Outcomes Measure (ObsRO): Best Practices, Challenges, and Solutions
Using a case study approach, webinar participants will learn more about developing Observer-Reported Outcomes Measures and implementing them in clinical studies. We’ll discuss some of the key challenges faced in developing and using Observer-Reported Outcomes Measures , along with potential solutions.
While capturing treatment benefit from the patient’s perspective is often important in clinical research, it is not always possible to do so directly through a patient-reported outcomes measure (PRO). This may be due to the patient’s condition (e.g., severe mental impairment) or because of the patient’s age (e.g., young children). In these cases, an observer-reported outcomes measure (ObsRO) may be used to gain information about the patient from the observations of a caregiver.
This webinar will address these key questions:
- What is an ObsRO, and when is it appropriate to use one?
- What are best practices for developing an ObsRO?
- What are some of the key challenges in ObsRO development and possible solutions?
- What are some of the key considerations for implementing an ObsRO in a clinical study?
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