Enhancing the Direct Patient Voice

The mission of the Patient Reported Outcomes, Burdens, and Experiences (PROBE) study is to investigate and directly probe patient perspectives on outcomes they deem relevant to their life and care. PROBE aims to develop a new global tool to enhance the direct patient-voice in health care decision-making.

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Patient Reported Outcomes, Burdens, and Experiences

PROBE aims to implement a structured data collection framework for patient reported outcomes across a wide spectrum of countries and health economic environments, and to build a robust evidence base for comparative effectiveness, outcome research, evidence based decision making, and advocacy. PROBE has been developed with direct patient involvement in the design, conduct, analysis and reporting of patient-centered outcomes in the field of hemophilia.

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Participating Organizations

In 2017, 21 countries have been involved in the study.

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Point of Interest

December 2018

Test-retest properties of the Patient Reported Outcomes, Burdens and Experiences (PROBE) questionnaire and its constituent domain paper has been published in Haemophilia Journal!

November 2018

PART-TIME EMPLOYMENT AND EARLY RETIREMENT IN PEOPLE WITH SEVERE HAEMOPHILIA: INSIGHTS FROM THE PROBE STUDY poster abstract was accepted for presentation at EAHAD in Prague, Czech Republic, from 6-8 February 2019.

PREDICTORS FOR ACUTE AND CHRONIC PAIN IN PATIENTS WITH SEVERE HAEMOPHILIA IN THE PROBE COHORT poster abstract was accepted for presentation at EAHAD in Prague, Czech Republic, from 6-8 February 2019.

IMPACT OF ACUTE AND CHRONIC PAIN ON THE EQ-5D: INSIGHTS FROM THE PROBE STUDY poster abstract was accepted for presentation at EAHAD in Prague, Czech Republic, from 6-8 February 2019.

"Test-retest properties of the Patient Reported Outcomes, Burdens and Experiences (PROBE) questionnaire and its constituent domains and questions" manuscript was accepted for publication in Haemophilia.

September 2018

"Psychometric properties of the Patient Reported Outcomes, Burdens and Experiences (PROBE) questionnaire" paper was published in BMJ Journal.

January 2018

PROBE Investigator Team welcomes new member of the team Chatree Chai-Adisaksopha, MD.

Recent Publications

October 24th, 2018

New poster available: Impact of hemophilia on employment - Insights from the PROBE Study

September 22nd, 2018

"Psychometric properties of the Patient Reported Outcomes, Burdens and Experiences (PROVE) questionnaire" article has been published by BMJ Open. Follow the link for more details - Click Other Publications

July 16th, 2018

Looking for PROBE posters or abstracts from ISTH, 2018? Follow the link for more information - Click POSTERS or ABSTRACTS

 

 

PROBE Participation Events

 

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   12th Annual Congress of the European Association for Hemophilia and Allied Disorders (EAHAD) - Prague, Czech Republic

   PROBE Poster Presentation

The European Association for Haemophilia and Allied Disorders (EAHAD) is a multi-disciplinary association of healthcare professionals who provide care for individuals with haemophilia and other bleeding disorders. Its members include haematologists, internists, pediatricians, nurses, physiotherapists, laboratory scientists and researchers from across Europe.

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PROBE is developing a new global research tool to:

  • Increase the role and value of the direct patient voice in healthcare decision making
  • Move advocacy arguments beyond emotion and anecdote to evidence-based arguments grounded on real-world patient experiences
  • Provide a validated foundation for patient reported outcomes when used in assessments of new health care services, procedures and medical technology
  • Allow measurement and comparison of the impact of disease and treatment interventions on the life experiences of patients