Outcome measures, tailored to the needs of individuals, have been proposed for several decades. Examples include MYMOP, MYCaW and SEIQOL.
R-Outcomes has developed a new measure, known as Person-Specific Outcome Measure (PSO), which follows the same conventions as other R-Outcomes measures. PSO has two parts. First the user is prompted to identify one or two key issues that they would like help with, which are entered as free text. Then they are asked to rate how much concern each issue causes on a scale from “None” to “Extreme”. (PROM, 25 words, 8 years)