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DIA 2018 Global Annual Meeting

The DIA 2018 Global Annual Meeting brings together thousands of innovators from around the globe.

The Correlation Between Patient-Reported Outcomes and Clinician-Reported Outcomes

    Session Chair(s)
      Eric  Gemmen, MA

      Eric Gemmen, MA

      • Senior Director, Epidemiology and Outcomes Research
      • IQVIA, United States
    This workshop will present the evidence from the scientific literature and existing patient registry data on the degree of correlation between PROs and ClinROs, and how this correlation varies by disease, symptom presence, frequency, and severity.
    Learning Objective : Classify the degree of correlation between patient reported outcomes (PROs) and clinician reported outcomes (ClinROs), as it relates to disease/therapeutic area and measure: symptom presence, frequency and severity; Interpret the degree of correlation as expressed by various psychometric statistics.