Using patient-reported outcomes in clinical practice: challenges and opportunities

We end with comments about the intersection of PROs and bioethics, noting contributions that PROs may make to beneficence, patient autonomy, and distributive justice

Kathleen N. Lohr; Bradley J. Zebrack

2008

Scholarcy highlights

  • PROs have been assessed through self-reports for at least four decades
  • We end with comments about the intersection of PROs and bioethics, noting contributions that PROs may make to beneficence, patient autonomy, and distributive justice

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