Core Outcome Sets and Multidimensional Assessment Tools for Harmonizing Outcome Measure in Chronic Pain and Back Pain

  • Kaiser U
  • Neustadt K
  • Kopkow C
  • et al.
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Abstract

Core Outcome Sets (COSs) are a set of domains and measurement instruments recommended for application in any clinical trial to ensure comparable outcome assessment (both domains and instruments). COSs are not exclusively recommended for clinical trials, but also for daily record keeping in routine care. There are several COS recommendations considering clinical trials as well as multidimensional assessment tools to support daily record keeping in low back pain. In this article, relevant initiatives will be described, and implications for research in COS development in chronic pain and back pain will be discussed.

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Kaiser, U., Neustadt, K., Kopkow, C., Schmitt, J., & Sabatowski, R. (2016). Core Outcome Sets and Multidimensional Assessment Tools for Harmonizing Outcome Measure in Chronic Pain and Back Pain. Healthcare, 4(3), 63. https://doi.org/10.3390/healthcare4030063

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