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Functionality and feedback: A realist synthesis of the collation, interpretation and utilisation of PROMs data to improve patient care

Project title: Functionality and feedback: A realist synthesis of the collation, interpretation and utilisation of PROMs data to improve patient care

Call to action: 12/136 12/136 HS&DR Researcher Led 08/12

Research type: Evidence Synthesis

Chief investigator: Dr Joanne GreenhalghORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2189-8879

Lead Author: Dr Joanne Greenhalgh

Contractor: University of Leeds

Cost: £209,161.74

Co-investigators: Dr Chris Mills, Dr David Meads, Miss Charlotte Wood, Mr Laurence Wood, Mrs Judy Wright, Ms Elizabeth Gibbons, Professor Jose Valderas, Professor Raymond Pawson, Professor Sir Nicholas Black.

Started: March 2014 | Status: Published January 2017

PROSPERO registration: CRD42013005938

The researchers explored the processes through which, and the circumstances in which, feeding back data from patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) improved patient care, at the aggregate and individual level.

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