Core Outcome Measures in Effectiveness Trials

Trial outcomes and information for clinical decision-making: a comparative study of opinions of health professionals

General Information

Abstract:
Trials are robust sources of data for clinical practice; however, trial outcomes may not reflect what is important to communicate for decision-making. The study compared clinicians’ views of outcomes to include in a core outcome set for colorectal cancer (CRC) surgery, with what clinicians considered important information for clinical practice (core information).

Authors:
McNair, Angus G. K. Brookes, Sara T. Whistance, Robert N. Forsythe, Rachael O. Macefield, Rhiannon Rees, Jonathan Jones, James Smith, George Pullyblank, Anne M. Avery, Kerry N. L. Thomas, Michael G. Sylvester, Paul A. Russell, Anne Oliver, Alfred Morton, Dion Kennedy, Robin Jayne, David G. Huxtable, Richard Hackett, Rowland Dutton, Susan J. Coleman, Mark G. Card, Mia Brown, Julia Blazeby, Jane M.

Publication

Journal:
Trials
Volume:
17
Issue:
1
Pages:
1 - 9
Year:
2016
DOI:
Further Study Information

Date:
Not stated
Funding source(s):
This work was supported by the MRC ConDuCT-II Hub (Collaboration and innovation for Difficult and Complex randomized controlled Trials In Invasive procedures – MR/K025643/1). RNW was supported by an NIHR doctoral research fellowship.

Health Area

Disease Category
Cancer

Disease Name
Colorectal cancer

Target Population

Age Range
-

Sex
Either


Nature / type of Intervention
Surgery

Method(s)

Delphi process

Stakeholders Involved

Clinical experts

Study Type

Prioritising

The site uses cookies, some may have been set already. Please refer to our privacy policy & cookie usage statement.
If you continue to use the site we'll assume you're happy to accept the cookies.