Key characteristics of upper limb prosthesis users influence Patient Experience Measure scores

Authors

  • Linda Resnik
  • Matthew Borgia
  • Jacob Segil
  • Emily Gracyzk

Abstract

The Patient Experience Measure (PEM) was designed to assess psychosocial experiences of upper limb prosthesis users. While the PEM has been validated in a national study, differences in PEM scores based on participant characteristics have not been investigated yet. We present a secondary analysis of survey data demonstrating significant differences in PEM scores by amputation laterality (unilateral vs. bilateral), amputation level, and prosthesis type.

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Published

2022-08-09

How to Cite

[1]
L. Resnik, M. Borgia, J. Segil, and E. Gracyzk, “Key characteristics of upper limb prosthesis users influence Patient Experience Measure scores”, MEC Symposium, Aug. 2022.

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User Experience