Patient-Reported Outcomes and Experience: Measure what we want from PROMs and PREMs (2022) [link]

Principles of Health Interoperability: FHIR, HL7 and SNOMED CT, 4th edition (2021) [link]


Why it is hard to use PROMs and PREMs in routine health and care (2023) [link]

Routine measurement of patient experience (2023) [link]

Readiness for five digital technologies in general practice: perceptions of staff in one part of southern England (2022) [link]

Development of social contact and loneliness measures with validation in social prescribing (2021)  [link]

Measure what we want: a taxonomy of short generic person-reported outcome and experience measures (PROMs and PREMs)  [2020)  [link]

Comparison of staff and resident health status ratings in care homes (2020)  [link]

Person-specific outcome measure (PSO) for use in primary and community care (2021)  [link]

Health status of care home residents: practicality and construct validity of data collection by staff at scale (2019)  [link]

Development and initial testing of a Health Confidence Score (HCS) (2019)  [link]

Monitoring work well-being, job confidence and care provided by care home staff using a self-report survey (2019)  [link]

Personal Wellbeing Score (PWS)—a short version of ONS4: development and validation in social prescribing (2019)  [link]

Digital innovation evaluation: user perceptions of innovation readiness, digital confidence, innovation adoption, user experience and behaviour change (2019)  [link]

Performance of EQ-5D, howRu and Oxford hip & knee scores in assessing the outcome of hip and knee replacements (2016)  [link]

The Load Model: an alternative to QALY (2016)  [link]

Validation of the howRu and howRwe questionnaires at the individual patient level (2015)  [link]

A short generic patient experience questionnaire: howRwe – development and validation (2014)  [link]

Evaluation of a new short generic measure of health status: howRu (2010) [link]