As part of an interdisciplinary team from GW (public health, medicine, nursing, and health sciences) Tiff Cunin participated in the 2019 National Academy of Medicine (NAM) DC Public Health Case Challenge. Our GW team was among 6 other universities from the DMV area, and was presented with the case, "Reducing Health Disparities in Maternal Mortality by Addressing Unmet Health-Related Social Needs".
Supporting the capture and use of patient-reported outcomes (PROs) at the point-of-care enriches information about important clinical and quality of life outcomes.
Despite the demonstrated value of patient-centered care, health systems have been slow to integrate the patient’s voice into care delivery through patient-reported outcomes (PROs) with electronic tools.
Amy A. Herrold, Sandra L. Kletzel, Trudy Mallinson, Theresa L. Bender Pape, Jennifer A. Weaver, Ann Guernon, Bridget Smith, Judith Babcock-Parziale, Walter M. High, Francis Sesso-Osburn & Lynnea Vis (2019) Psychometric measurement properties of the world health organization disability assessment schedule 2.0 (WHODAS) evaluated among veterans with mild traumatic brain injury and behavioral health conditions, Disability and Rehabilitation.