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Development of a proxy-reported pulmonary outcome scale for preterm infants with bronchopulmonary dysplasia
Sara E. Massie; Sue Tolleson-Rinehart; Darren A. DeWalt; Matthew M. Laughon; Leslie M. Powell; Wayne A. Price (Profiled Authors: Wayne A Price; Darren A Dewalt; Sue Tolleson-Rinehart; Matthew M Laughon)
Health and Quality of Life Outcomes. 2011;9.Abstract
Background: To develop an accurate, proxy-reported bedside measurement tool for assessment of the severity of bronchopulmonary dysplasia (also called chronic lung disease) in preterm infants to supplement providers' current biometric measurements of the disease.Methods: We adapted Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) methodology to develop the Proxy-Reported Pulmonary Outcomes Scale (PRPOS). A multidisciplinary group of registered nurses, nurse practitioners, neonatologists, developmental specialists, and feeding specialists at five academic medical centers participated in the PRPOS development, which included five phases: (1) identification of domains, items, and responses; (2) item classification and selection using a modified Delphi process; (3) focus group exploration of items and response options; (4) cognitive interviews on a preliminary scale; and (5) final revision before field testing.Results: Each phase of the process helped us to identify, classify, review, and revise possible domains, questions, and response options. The final items for field testing include 26 questions or observations that a nurse assesses before, during, and after routine care time and feeding.Conclusions: We successfully created a prototype scale using modified PROMIS methodology. This process can serve as a model for the development of proxy-reported outcomes scales in other pediatric populations. © 2011 Massie et al; licensee BioMed Central Ltd.
PMID: 21791099 PMCID: PMC3161834
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