The association of age, literacy, and race on completing patient-reported outcome measures in pediatric oncology

Title

The association of age, literacy, and race on completing patient-reported outcome measures in pediatric oncology

Creator

Withycombe J S; McFatrich M; Pinheiro L; Hinds P S; Keller F G; Baker J N; Mack J W; Sung L; Waldron M K; Reeve B B

Publisher

Quality of Life Research

Date

2019

Subject

cancer; literacy; patient-reported outcomes; pediatric

Description

Age is often used to determine when children can begin completing patient-reported outcome (PRO) instruments or transition to adult instruments. This study’s purpose was to determine relationships between literacy, age, and race and their influence on a child’s ability to understand and complete a PRO instrument.

Rights

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Citation List Month

Oncology 2019 List

Collection

Citation

Withycombe J S; McFatrich M; Pinheiro L; Hinds P S; Keller F G; Baker J N; Mack J W; Sung L; Waldron M K; Reeve B B, “The association of age, literacy, and race on completing patient-reported outcome measures in pediatric oncology,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed December 1, 2021, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/16984.

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