|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport Journal Articles|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Developing an initial item bank for a new cardiac rehabilitation PROM|
|Keywords:||Patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs)|
Quality of life
|Citation:||Cowie A, Kerr E, McKay J, Allan L & Thomson P (2018) Developing an initial item bank for a new cardiac rehabilitation PROM. British Journal of Cardiac Nursing, 13 (10), pp. 506-513. https://doi.org/10.12968/bjca.2018.13.10.506|
|Abstract:||Background: A Scotland-wide government scoping exercise identified the need for a new patient-reported outcome measure (PROM) suitable for the wide range of diagnostic groups now accessing cardiac rehabilitation (CR). Aim: This paper describes the initial steps underpinning development of the item bank for a first draft tool (PROM–CR1). Methods: A literature review of existing tools was undertaken to guide a qualitative data collection methodology involving 19 CR staff and 22 service users. Results: Four conceptual ideas for health/quality of life were identified from the literature review: general health; physical; social; and psychological. Three key qualitative themes, largely reflective of literature review findings, were identified: expectations and entitlement; adjustment and acceptance; and control and choice. Future directions: These data will be combined to form PROM-CR1’s initial item bank, which will be piloted with staff and service users and refined to generate a finalised tool (PROM–CR) for use in clinical practice.|
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