Webinar: Measuring patient ePRO burden through completion times
Adelphi Values, in association with CRF Health, is delighted to invite you to join this thought provoking webinar.
Date: Thursday February 20th 2014
Time: 11.00am EST / 4.00pm GMT
There is often concern about the amount of time it takes patients to complete electronic Patient-Reported Outcome (ePRO) assessments and the associated patient burden. This is especially the case if patients are required to complete assessments daily or over a long period of time and in populations of pediatric or severely disabled patients. This webinar draws together findings from studies in a number of disease areas to demonstrate that ePRO completion times are often surprisingly short and non-burdensome to patients.
What you will learn:
- How burdensome do patients find eCOA completion?
- Common concerns regarding PRO completion times, including frequency of assessments, study population, number of items, using the device
- Implications for implementation of eCOA in clinical trials, including ways to further decrease completion times
- Details of average diary completion times across four different conditions
- Summary of ‘item level’ completion times
- Evidence of reduced burden over study period
- Pediatric studies – completion times by age
- Summary of the advantages of ePRO over paper for diary data
Chloe Tolley, Senior Research Associate | Endpoint Development & Outcomes Assessment
Rob Arbuckle, Director | Endpoint Development & Outcomes Assessment
To register please follow this link: webinar registration