POSTER SESSION 18 November 2022: Basic Science and Translational Research| Volume 175, SUPPLEMENT 1, S80-S81, November 2022

Usability test of BREAST-Q questionnaires during pre-implementation of Patient-Reported Outcomes Measures in a Plastic- and Breast Surgical Outpatient Clinic

      Background: Significant evidence support the benefits of implementing patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) in routine clinical practice. Collecting PROMs electronically requires adequate assessment of the user interfaces to ensure that the electronic patient-reported outcomes measures (ePROMs) are fit for the purpose and user-friendly. The aim of this study was to investigate the usability and technical feasibility of BREAST-Q as ePROMs.
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