Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs)
In this section you will find information for patients and Clinicians regarding Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs).
- Introduction to PROMs - this document includes detailed information about the responses from patients regarding the procedures currently using PROMs
If you’re considering Hip, Knee or Varicose Vein surgery a quick way to find out what people like you thought about after they’d had surgery look here: www.aftermysurgery.co.uk
You can input how your condition is affecting you and you’ll find out what people experiencing similar problems as you thought afterwards. It’s quick and easy to use.
- PROMs Information Groin Hernia
- PROMs Information Knee Replacement
- PROMs Information Hip Replacement
- PROMs Information Varicose Veins
Before any operation, a useful piece of information is knowing what other patients who have had the same procedure thought, after they had the surgery. This information is called PROMs, Patient Reported Outcome Measures.
PROMs are obtained by asking patients (who required the same procedure) to complete surveys on their symptoms, condition and overall quality of life, both before and after their surgery. This is used to measure the benefit or otherwise of the surgery.
Please click here for the Patient Decision Making web page.