Date

May 2016

Document Type

Presentation

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As part of the mini-symposium entitled "Biomechanical Gait Analysis for Improving Clinical Outcomes: Applications for Orthopedics, Geriatrics and Community Based Research," this presentation discusses the importance of patient reported outcomes (PRO) in clinical research and the PRO/physical activity translational research in osteoarthritis and and total joint replacement at UMass Medical School.

Keywords

osteoarthritis, Total Joint Replacement, TJR, Patient Reported Outcomes, PRO

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Patient Reported Outcomes in Arthritis, TJR, and Physical Activity Research

As part of the mini-symposium entitled "Biomechanical Gait Analysis for Improving Clinical Outcomes: Applications for Orthopedics, Geriatrics and Community Based Research," this presentation discusses the importance of patient reported outcomes (PRO) in clinical research and the PRO/physical activity translational research in osteoarthritis and and total joint replacement at UMass Medical School.