Co-calibrating Short Term, Mixed-Methods Based Momentary Assessments for Physical and Psychological Outcomes with Long Term Quality of Life Outcomes in Older Adults: An Evaluation of the coQoL Method
Vlad Manea1, Igor Matias2, Katarzyna Wac1,2 (July 2021)
1University of Copenhagen, Denmark; 2University of Geneva, Switzerland
| Abstract: Inactivity, lack of sleep, and poor nutrition predispose individuals to health risks. Momentary Patient-Reported Outcomes (PROs) assess short-term physical behaviors and psychological states for a given recall period (ranging from weeks to seconds) but suffer from reporting biases. Conversely, wearables are an increasingly accurate source of long-term behavioral Technology-Reported Outcomes (TechROs). However, the extent to which short-term PROs and TechROs provide convergent information is unknown. We propose the coQoL co-calibration method for short-term QoL and long-term TechRO and report its feasibility, reliability, and human factors influencing these. We present the first results for the coQoL method based on a dataset collected with 42 seniors for three years. Our results can inform designs of longitudinal assessments and, whenever appropriate, personalized interventions.
In SAA Conference 2021, Zurich, July 2, 2021
(Recording available -> https://youtu.be/r9f6VhqwIKY)