Special Section “Advancing methods to assess patient-reported outcomes: Lessons learned from the Patient- Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS®) initiative”

Psychometrika Volume 86, Issue 3 (September 2021) will include a special section titled "Advancing methods to assess patient-reported outcomes: Lessons learned from the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System® (PROMIS®) initiative."

Preview material from this special section below.

Title

Author

ARCS Editor’s Editorial

Edward Haksing Ip

Guest Editors’ Editorial

Bryce B. Reeve, Ron D. Hays

Differential item functioning analyses of the Patient Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS®) measures:  Methods, challenges, advances, and future directions

Jeanne A. Teresi, Chun Wang, Marjorie Kleinman, Richard N. Jones, David J. Weiss

Commentary

Paul de Boeck, Sun-Joo Cho

Linking scores with patient-reported health outcome instruments: A validation study and comparison of three linking methods

Benjamin D. Schalet, Sangdon Lim, David Cella, Seung W. Choi

Commentary

Jakob Bue Bjorner

Longitudinal Analysis of Patient-Reported Outcomes in Clinical Trials: Applications of Multilevel and Multidimensional Item Response Theory

Li Cai, Carrie R. Houts

Commentary

Karl Bang Christensen

Using Item Response Theory to Identify Responders to Treatment: Examples with the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS®) Physical Functioning Scale and Emotional Distress Composite

Ron D. Hays, Karen L. Spritzer, Steven P. Reise

Commentary

Alberto Maydeu-Olivares

Matching IRT Models to PRO Constructs: The Graded Response and Log-Logistic Models for Scaling Depression

Steven Reise, Han Du,  Emily Wong, Anne Hubbard, Mark Glen Haviland

Commentary

Matthias von Davier

PROMIS Editorial and Introduction

PROMIS Content