Patient-reported outcome measures for hip-related pain: A review of the available evidence and a consensus statement from the International Hip-related Pain Research Network, Zurich 2018

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Patient-reported outcome measures for hip-related pain : A review of the available evidence and a consensus statement from the International Hip-related Pain Research Network, Zurich 2018. / Impellizzeri, Franco M.; Jones, Denise M.; Griffin, Damian; Harris-Hayes, Marcie; Thorborg, Kristian; Crossley, Kay M.; Reiman, Michael P.; Scholes, Mark James; Ageberg, Eva; Agricola, Rintje; Bizzini, Mario; Bloom, Nancy; Casartelli, Nicola C.; Diamond, Laura E.; Dijkstra, Hendrik Paulus; Di Stasi, Stephanie; Drew, Michael; Friedman, Daniel Jonah; Freke, Matthew; Gojanovic, Boris; Heerey, Joshua J.; Hölmich, Per; Hunt, Michael A.; Ishøi, Lasse; Kassarjian, Ara; King, Matthew; Lawrenson, Peter R.; Leunig, Michael; Lewis, Cara L.; Warholm, Kristian Marstrand; Mayes, Sue; Moksnes, Håvard; Mosler, Andrea Britt; Risberg, May Arna; Semciw, Adam; Serner, Andreas; Van Klij, Pim; Wörner, Tobias; Kemp, Joanne.

I: British journal of sports medicine, Vol. 54, Nr. 14, 07.2020, s. 848-857.

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Impellizzeri, FM, Jones, DM, Griffin, D, Harris-Hayes, M, Thorborg, K, Crossley, KM, Reiman, MP, Scholes, MJ, Ageberg, E, Agricola, R, Bizzini, M, Bloom, N, Casartelli, NC, Diamond, LE, Dijkstra, HP, Di Stasi, S, Drew, M, Friedman, DJ, Freke, M, Gojanovic, B, Heerey, JJ, Hölmich, P, Hunt, MA, Ishøi, L, Kassarjian, A, King, M, Lawrenson, PR, Leunig, M, Lewis, CL, Warholm, KM, Mayes, S, Moksnes, H, Mosler, AB, Risberg, MA, Semciw, A, Serner, A, Van Klij, P, Wörner, T & Kemp, J 2020, 'Patient-reported outcome measures for hip-related pain: A review of the available evidence and a consensus statement from the International Hip-related Pain Research Network, Zurich 2018', British journal of sports medicine, vol. 54, nr. 14, s. 848-857. https://doi.org/10.1136/bjsports-2019-101456

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Impellizzeri, F. M., Jones, D. M., Griffin, D., Harris-Hayes, M., Thorborg, K., Crossley, K. M., Reiman, M. P., Scholes, M. J., Ageberg, E., Agricola, R., Bizzini, M., Bloom, N., Casartelli, N. C., Diamond, L. E., Dijkstra, H. P., Di Stasi, S., Drew, M., Friedman, D. J., Freke, M., ... Kemp, J. (2020). Patient-reported outcome measures for hip-related pain: A review of the available evidence and a consensus statement from the International Hip-related Pain Research Network, Zurich 2018. British journal of sports medicine, 54(14), 848-857. https://doi.org/10.1136/bjsports-2019-101456

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Impellizzeri FM, Jones DM, Griffin D, Harris-Hayes M, Thorborg K, Crossley KM, Reiman MP, Scholes MJ, Ageberg E, Agricola R, Bizzini M, Bloom N, Casartelli NC, Diamond LE, Dijkstra HP, Di Stasi S, Drew M, Friedman DJ, Freke M, Gojanovic B, Heerey JJ, Hölmich P, Hunt MA, Ishøi L, Kassarjian A, King M, Lawrenson PR, Leunig M, Lewis CL, Warholm KM, Mayes S, Moksnes H, Mosler AB, Risberg MA, Semciw A, Serner A, Van Klij P, Wörner T, Kemp J. 2020. Patient-reported outcome measures for hip-related pain: A review of the available evidence and a consensus statement from the International Hip-related Pain Research Network, Zurich 2018. British journal of sports medicine. 54(14):848-857. https://doi.org/10.1136/bjsports-2019-101456

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Impellizzeri, Franco M. ; Jones, Denise M. ; Griffin, Damian ; Harris-Hayes, Marcie ; Thorborg, Kristian ; Crossley, Kay M. ; Reiman, Michael P. ; Scholes, Mark James ; Ageberg, Eva ; Agricola, Rintje ; Bizzini, Mario ; Bloom, Nancy ; Casartelli, Nicola C. ; Diamond, Laura E. ; Dijkstra, Hendrik Paulus ; Di Stasi, Stephanie ; Drew, Michael ; Friedman, Daniel Jonah ; Freke, Matthew ; Gojanovic, Boris ; Heerey, Joshua J. ; Hölmich, Per ; Hunt, Michael A. ; Ishøi, Lasse ; Kassarjian, Ara ; King, Matthew ; Lawrenson, Peter R. ; Leunig, Michael ; Lewis, Cara L. ; Warholm, Kristian Marstrand ; Mayes, Sue ; Moksnes, Håvard ; Mosler, Andrea Britt ; Risberg, May Arna ; Semciw, Adam ; Serner, Andreas ; Van Klij, Pim ; Wörner, Tobias ; Kemp, Joanne. / Patient-reported outcome measures for hip-related pain : A review of the available evidence and a consensus statement from the International Hip-related Pain Research Network, Zurich 2018. I: British journal of sports medicine. 2020 ; Vol. 54, Nr. 14. s. 848-857.

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Patient-reported outcome measures for hip-related pain

T2 - A review of the available evidence and a consensus statement from the International Hip-related Pain Research Network, Zurich 2018

AU - Impellizzeri, Franco M.

AU - Jones, Denise M.

AU - Griffin, Damian

AU - Harris-Hayes, Marcie

AU - Thorborg, Kristian

AU - Crossley, Kay M.

AU - Reiman, Michael P.

AU - Scholes, Mark James

AU - Ageberg, Eva

AU - Agricola, Rintje

AU - Bizzini, Mario

AU - Bloom, Nancy

AU - Casartelli, Nicola C.

AU - Diamond, Laura E.

AU - Dijkstra, Hendrik Paulus

AU - Di Stasi, Stephanie

AU - Drew, Michael

AU - Friedman, Daniel Jonah

AU - Freke, Matthew

AU - Gojanovic, Boris

AU - Heerey, Joshua J.

AU - Hölmich, Per

AU - Hunt, Michael A.

AU - Ishøi, Lasse

AU - Kassarjian, Ara

AU - King, Matthew

AU - Lawrenson, Peter R.

AU - Leunig, Michael

AU - Lewis, Cara L.

AU - Warholm, Kristian Marstrand

AU - Mayes, Sue

AU - Moksnes, Håvard

AU - Mosler, Andrea Britt

AU - Risberg, May Arna

AU - Semciw, Adam

AU - Serner, Andreas

AU - Van Klij, Pim

AU - Wörner, Tobias

AU - Kemp, Joanne

PY - 2020/7

Y1 - 2020/7

N2 - Hip-related pain is a well-recognised complaint among active young and middle-aged active adults. People experiencing hip-related disorders commonly report pain and reduced functional capacity, including difficulties in executing activities of daily living. Patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) are essential to accurately examine and compare the effects of different treatments on disability in those with hip pain. In November 2018, 38 researchers and clinicians working in the field of hip-related pain met in Zurich, Switzerland for the first International Hip-related Pain Research Network meeting. Prior to the meeting, evidence summaries were developed relating to four prioritised themes. This paper discusses the available evidence and consensus process from which recommendations were made regarding the appropriate use of PROMs to assess disability in young and middle-aged active adults with hip-related pain. Our process to gain consensus had five steps: (1) systematic review of systematic reviews; (2) preliminary discussion within the working group; (3) update of the more recent high-quality systematic review and examination of the psychometric properties of PROMs according to established guidelines; (4) formulation of the recommendations considering the limitations of the PROMs derived from the examination of their quality; and (5) voting and consensus. Out of 102 articles retrieved, 6 systematic reviews were selected and assessed for quality according to AMSTAR 2 (A MeaSurement Tool to Assess systematic Reviews). Two showed moderate quality. We then updated the most recent review. The updated literature search resulted in 10 additional studies that were included in the qualitative synthesis. The recommendations based on evidence summary and PROMs limitations were presented at the consensus meeting. The group makes the following recommendations: (1) the Hip and Groin Outcome Score (HAGOS) and the International Hip Outcome Tool (iHOT) instruments (long and reduced versions) are the most appropriate PROMs to use in young and middle-aged active adults with hip-related pain; (2) more research is needed into the utility of the HAGOS and the iHOT instruments in a non-surgical treatment context; and (3) generic quality of life measures such as the EuroQoL-5 Dimension Questionnaire and the Short Form Health Survey-36 may add value for researchers and clinicians in this field. We conclude that as none of the instruments shows acceptable quality across various psychometric properties, more methods studies are needed to further evaluate the validity of these PROMS-the HAGOS and iHOT-as well as the other (currently not recommended) PROMS.

AB - Hip-related pain is a well-recognised complaint among active young and middle-aged active adults. People experiencing hip-related disorders commonly report pain and reduced functional capacity, including difficulties in executing activities of daily living. Patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) are essential to accurately examine and compare the effects of different treatments on disability in those with hip pain. In November 2018, 38 researchers and clinicians working in the field of hip-related pain met in Zurich, Switzerland for the first International Hip-related Pain Research Network meeting. Prior to the meeting, evidence summaries were developed relating to four prioritised themes. This paper discusses the available evidence and consensus process from which recommendations were made regarding the appropriate use of PROMs to assess disability in young and middle-aged active adults with hip-related pain. Our process to gain consensus had five steps: (1) systematic review of systematic reviews; (2) preliminary discussion within the working group; (3) update of the more recent high-quality systematic review and examination of the psychometric properties of PROMs according to established guidelines; (4) formulation of the recommendations considering the limitations of the PROMs derived from the examination of their quality; and (5) voting and consensus. Out of 102 articles retrieved, 6 systematic reviews were selected and assessed for quality according to AMSTAR 2 (A MeaSurement Tool to Assess systematic Reviews). Two showed moderate quality. We then updated the most recent review. The updated literature search resulted in 10 additional studies that were included in the qualitative synthesis. The recommendations based on evidence summary and PROMs limitations were presented at the consensus meeting. The group makes the following recommendations: (1) the Hip and Groin Outcome Score (HAGOS) and the International Hip Outcome Tool (iHOT) instruments (long and reduced versions) are the most appropriate PROMs to use in young and middle-aged active adults with hip-related pain; (2) more research is needed into the utility of the HAGOS and the iHOT instruments in a non-surgical treatment context; and (3) generic quality of life measures such as the EuroQoL-5 Dimension Questionnaire and the Short Form Health Survey-36 may add value for researchers and clinicians in this field. We conclude that as none of the instruments shows acceptable quality across various psychometric properties, more methods studies are needed to further evaluate the validity of these PROMS-the HAGOS and iHOT-as well as the other (currently not recommended) PROMS.

KW - consensus

KW - groin

KW - hip

KW - quality of life

KW - questionnaire

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U2 - 10.1136/bjsports-2019-101456

DO - 10.1136/bjsports-2019-101456

M3 - Review article

C2 - 32066573

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VL - 54

SP - 848

EP - 857

JO - British journal of sports medicine

JF - British journal of sports medicine

SN - 1473-0480

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