Archive for June, 2014

Excellent Article from Paul Elsass, MSM

Empathize With the Unemployed Have you ever lost your job? No, I am not talking about the time when you were 16 and you got fired at the local hamburger joint for showing up late and refusing to wear the funny yellow hat you were issued. What about in your professional career? I did, and […]

Is lipstick still being put on the pig or do we need a rethink about interpreting patient reported outcomes?

PRO article “Look at any paper or presentation reporting the development or use of a patient reported outcome (PRO) measure and without doubt there will be an array of statistical significance levels, standard deviations, standard errors and correlation coefficients in an attempt to help us understand what the data is telling us. But, is the […]