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Diasmer Panna Bloe


DPhil Student

Evaluating electronic data capture systems for the collection of patient reported outcomes in clinical trials

Supervisors: Crispin Jenkinson, DPhil, David Morley, PhD, and Alan Young, PhD.

Funder: Medical Research Council - Hubs for Trials Methodology Research

I work in the Health Services Research Unit where my research examines if computer adaptive PROs do yield better data than traditional online or paper-based versions and methodological implications beyond mechanisms used. I plan to analyse literature on administration of computer adaptive PROs in clinical trials and underlying assumptions in questionnaire design, and conduct a methods study comparing information gathered from paper-based, traditional EDC, and adaptive EDC questionnaires.

I have worked in policy, philanthropy, and research, and received my BA from Dartmouth College (NH, USA) and my MS from Carnegie Mellon University (PA, USA).