: As the number of cancer survivors (CSs) is increasing worldwide, providing services relevant to the specific, unmet needs of these individuals is crucial. There are currently various patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) whose aim is to identify the unmet needs of CSs. Still, limited guidance supports healthcare providers in choosing the most valid and reliable PROMs for this purpose. We conducted this overview of systematic reviews (SRs) on the psychometric properties of PROMs addressing the unmet needs of adult CSs suffering from non-cutaneous cancers. We searched databases for SRs published between 2012 and January 2023. Two SRs were included, covering 14 PROMs tested on 19,151 CSs. These were assessed according to the COSMIN methodology for SRs of PROMs for the quality of their measurement properties and risk of bias, thus providing guidance in selecting PROMs that appropriately reflect the unmet needs of CSs.

Patient-reported outcome measure to implement routine assessment of cancer survivors' unmet needs: An overview of reviews and COSMIN analysis / Contri, Angela; Paltrinieri, Sara; Torreggiani, Martina; Chiara Bassi, Maria; Mazzini, Elisa; Guberti, Monica; Campanini, Isabella; Ghirotto, Luca; Fugazzaro, Stefania; Costi, Stefania. - In: CANCER TREATMENT REVIEWS. - ISSN 0305-7372. - 120:(2023), pp. 102622-102638. [10.1016/j.ctrv.2023.102622]

Patient-reported outcome measure to implement routine assessment of cancer survivors' unmet needs: An overview of reviews and COSMIN analysis

Contri, Angela
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Paltrinieri, Sara;Torreggiani, Martina;Chiara Bassi, Maria;Mazzini, Elisa;Guberti, Monica;Campanini, Isabella;Ghirotto, Luca;Costi, Stefania
2023

Abstract

: As the number of cancer survivors (CSs) is increasing worldwide, providing services relevant to the specific, unmet needs of these individuals is crucial. There are currently various patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) whose aim is to identify the unmet needs of CSs. Still, limited guidance supports healthcare providers in choosing the most valid and reliable PROMs for this purpose. We conducted this overview of systematic reviews (SRs) on the psychometric properties of PROMs addressing the unmet needs of adult CSs suffering from non-cutaneous cancers. We searched databases for SRs published between 2012 and January 2023. Two SRs were included, covering 14 PROMs tested on 19,151 CSs. These were assessed according to the COSMIN methodology for SRs of PROMs for the quality of their measurement properties and risk of bias, thus providing guidance in selecting PROMs that appropriately reflect the unmet needs of CSs.
2023
8-set-2023
120
102622
102638
Patient-reported outcome measure to implement routine assessment of cancer survivors' unmet needs: An overview of reviews and COSMIN analysis / Contri, Angela; Paltrinieri, Sara; Torreggiani, Martina; Chiara Bassi, Maria; Mazzini, Elisa; Guberti, Monica; Campanini, Isabella; Ghirotto, Luca; Fugazzaro, Stefania; Costi, Stefania. - In: CANCER TREATMENT REVIEWS. - ISSN 0305-7372. - 120:(2023), pp. 102622-102638. [10.1016/j.ctrv.2023.102622]
Contri, Angela; Paltrinieri, Sara; Torreggiani, Martina; Chiara Bassi, Maria; Mazzini, Elisa; Guberti, Monica; Campanini, Isabella; Ghirotto, Luca; Fugazzaro, Stefania; Costi, Stefania
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