Do You Recall? Results From a Within-Person Recall Study of the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Short Form v2.0 – Physical Function 8c

John Devin Peipert*, Robert Chapman, Sara Shaunfield, Michael A. Kallen, Benjamin D. Schalet, David Cella

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Abstract

Objectives: This study aimed to determine whether responses to Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System Short Form v2.0 – Physical Function 8c (PROMIS PF8c) items differed when the use of a 7-day recall period was compared with no specified recall period. Methods: Using a within-subject design, we surveyed 1810 individuals from the US general population, administering PROMIS PF8c at survey beginning and end. The order of measure presentation was randomly assigned. We calculated recall difference scores (RDSs) as no recall score minus 7-day recall score using both item response theory-based T scores and raw summed scores. We examined the distribution and created Bland-Altman plots for both RDSTscore and RDSRaw. We also calculated correlations between no recall versus 7-day recall T score and raw scores. Finally, we determined whether differences in no recall versus 7-day recall scores were associated with patient-reported PF. Results: RDSTscore and RDSRaw had means (root mean square differences) of 0.00 (5.43) and −0.04 (3.79), respectively. The vast majority (%) of RDSTscore and RDSRaw values fell between the Bland-Altman limits of agreement (−10.65 to 10.66 and −7.46 to 7.38, respectively). Pearson's correlations between no recall and 7-day recall for T scores and raw scores were 0.88 and 0.87, respectively. Effect sizes for mean RDSTscore and RDSRaw compared across level of Eastern Oncology Cooperative Group performance status, patient global impression of PF severity, and single PF items were near 0. Conclusions: We did not find any significant recall period effect on PF8c responses. Therefore, we recommend the use of the PROMIS physical function standard, with no specified recall time period.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)161-166
Number of pages6
JournalValue in Health
Volume25
Issue number2
DOIs
StatePublished - Feb 2022

Keywords

  • PROMIS Short Form v2.0 – Physical Function 8c
  • Patient Reported Measurement Information System (PROMIS)
  • clinical outcome assessments
  • patient reported outcomes
  • physical function
  • recall period

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Public Health, Environmental and Occupational Health
  • Health Policy

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