Stacie Hudgens, MA (AbD)
Clinical Outcomes Solutions
The Industry SIG symposium will present on the Methodological and Endpoint Considerations for Patient Reported Outcomes Derived Using Daily Diary Collection. Many diseases have daily symptomatic impact on patients so the need to have reliable and valid data, especially for clinical trials, is critical. The key takeaways focus on the following topics: modes of collection, such as ePRO devices, require thoughtful construction that is user-friendly; administration of the daily diary must be easy to implement; data monitoring to ensure patients are reporting during the planned collection windows should be in place; how do we analyze the data psychometrically to allow for the derivation of endpoints. When developed and implemented correctly, daily diary data offers a unique view into a patient’s daily experience with a disease which is critical for treatment planning, monitoring, and communicating with various stakeholders.
The Industry SIG Symposium will be held on Wednesday, 19 October from 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm.
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