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2021

Gangannagaripalli, Jaheeda and Albagli, Andrea and Myers, Stacie N and Whittaker, Sarah and Joseph, Andria and Clarke, Anna and Matkin, Lucy and Alonso, Jordi and Byock, Ira and van den Berg, Michael and Canfield, Carolyn and Chaplin, John and Dapueto, Juan and de Almedia Fleck, Marcelo Pio and Sidey-Gibbons, Chris and Hazelzet, Jan and Hess, Rachel and Immonen, Kaisa and Joyner, Serena and Katz, Catherine and Kerrigan, Carolyn and Lam, Cindy and Lunn, Joanne and McKenzie, Fiona and Roeves, Alastair and Stowell, Caleb and Switaj, Timothy and Tinsley, Melissa and Zimlichman, Eyal and Valderas, Jose M (2021) A standard set of value-based patient-centered outcomes and measures of overall health in adults. The Patient - Patient-Centered Outcomes Research. ISSN 1178-1661

Porter, Ian and Davey, Antoinette and Gangannagaripalli, Jaheeda and Evans, Jonathan and Bramwell, Charlotte and Evans, Philip and Gibbons, Chris and Valderas, Jose M. (2021) Integrating patient reported outcome measures (PROMs) into routine nurse-led primary care for patients with multimorbidity : a feasibility and acceptability study. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, 19. 133. ISSN 1477-7525

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