Clinical registry

  • Comparison of Patient-Reported Quality-of-Life and Complications in Men With Prostate Cancer, Between Two Modes of Administration.

    INTRODUCTION - Our purpose was to: (1) assess the level of consistency between the quality-of-life (QOL) scores of men with prostate cancer for urinary/bowel/sexual bother, collected via telephone versus self-administered survey; (2) determine factors associated with variation in level of agreement; and (3) assess the efficacy of telephone interview as a mode of administration against the "gold standard" tool, EPIC-26.

    Published January 25, 2016
  • Development of an International Prostate Cancer Outcomes Registry.

    OBJECTIVES - To establish a Prostate Cancer Outcomes Registry-Australia and New Zealand (PCOR-ANZ) for monitoring outcomes of prostate cancer treatment and care, in a cost-effective manner.

    MATERIALS AND METHODS - Stakeholders were recruited based on their interest, importance in achieving the monitoring and reporting of clinical practice and patient outcomes, and in amalgamation of existing registries.

    Published February 19, 2016

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