Measuring patient experience and outcome in health care settings on receiving care after sexual violence: a systematic review
PI: Dr Rachel Caswell (University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust)
CI: Dr Karen Lorimer, GCU; Prof Jonathan Ross (University Hospitals Birmingham NHS)
Funding: Sexually Transmitted Infections Research Foundation
The objectives of this review are
– to determine how patient reported outcomes measures (PROMS) and experiences (PREMS) have previously been defined and measured for men and women attending health care settings after experiencing sexual violence.
– to identify whether a “gold standard” measure of PROMS and PREMS exists for this group of patients, and if so how has it been defined in terms of reliability (are the results reproducible and consistent), validity (has an assessment been made of what patients consider to be important measures of quality and are they accurately evaluated), acceptability and feasibility;
– to identify key themes regarded by patients as priorities for delivering a high-quality service for individuals who have experienced sexual violence