Information about the PROMIS family of measures(PROMIS, Neuro-QOL, ASCQ-ME, NIH Toolbox) can be found here. Information about scoring and interpreting PROMIS is available here.
The PROsetta Stone initiative has established links between PROMIS scores and legacy measures for depression, anxiety, physical function, pain, fatigue, global here and others. Linking tables are available here.
Learn more about PROMIS measurement science and PROMIS validation – can be found here and here.
Programs and sessions from past PROMIS Health Organization scientific meetings, workshops, and upcoming events can be found here.
Learn more about how to select patient reported outcomes (PRO) here and here.
For more on data collection tools you can use with PROMIS, click here. For a list of PROMIS publications, click here.
Read The User’s Guide to Implementing Patient-Reported Outcomes in Clinical Practice developed by the International Society of Quality of Life (ISOQOL) here.
Read about Patient-Reported Outcomes in Performance Measurement here.