H2O Health Outcomes Observatory

Patients‘ health is often recorded by purely using clinical data from the physician’s perspective. However, the physician‘s view on a patient‘s disease often does not fully cover all information necessary to determine the patients actual health status and experience, and hence quality of life.


PRO B - New ways in metastatic breast cancer care

Normative data for the EORTC QLQ-C30 from the Austrian general population

Updated EORTC QLQ-C30 general population norm data for Germany

Establishing the European Norm for the health-related quality of life domains of the computer-adaptive test EORTC CAT Core

Evaluation of a blended-learning training concept to train oncology physicians to advise their patients about complementary and integrative medicine (KOKON-KTO): study protocol for a prospective, multi-center, cluster-randomized trial

**Background:** Many cancer patients are interested in complementary and integrative medicine during and after regular cancer treatment. Given the high number of users it is important that physicians and patients engage in a dialog about useful …

General population normative data for the EORTC QLQ-C30 health-related quality of life questionnaire based on 15,386 persons across 13 European countries, Canada and the Unites States

Outcomes and outcome measures used in evaluation of communication training in oncology – a systematic literature review, an expert workshop, and recommendations for future research

**Background:** Communication between health care provider and patients in oncology presents challenges. Communication skills training have been frequently developed to address those. Given the complexity of communication training, the choice of …

Addressing Unmet Information Needs: Results of a Clinician-Led Consultation Service About Complementary and Alternative Medicine for Cancer Patients and Their Relatives

Web-Based Patient-Reported Outcomes Using the International Consortium for Health Outcome Measurement Dataset in a Major German University Hospital: Observational Study