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University Medical Center Groningen

dr. P.F.M. (Paul) Krabbe

Head Unit Patient-Centered HTA
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Mrs. Anita Vermue-Gels (secr.):
+31 50 361 8061 (Zusterhuis entrence 27 or 29 room number 1.B.26)

Research interests

Electronic patient-reported outcome measures (ePROMs). Together with Nestlé (Switzerland) the first (preference-based IRT) Infant instrument has been developed. Several other instruments are developed too (Chronic Pain, CS-Base generic, Dementia, Transplant).

Health outcome measurement. I have invented various new methods to improve the measurement of patients' outcomes (HealthFan, HealthSnApp, MAPR model, Chateau Sante cloud platform, design routines).


A generalized measurement model to quantify health: The multi-attribute preference response model

Probabilistic choice models in health-state valuation research: background, theories, assumptions and applications

Multinational evidence of the applicability and robustness of discrete choice modeling for deriving EQ-5D-5L health-state values

Patient-Centered Item Selection for a New Preference-Based Generic Health Status Instrument: CS-Base

Valuing Health Status in the First Year of Life: The Infant Health-Related Quality of Life Instrument

Early stress during NICU stay and parent-reported health-related quality of life after extremely preterm birth: an exploratory study with possible targets for early intervention

Correction to: Different Frameworks, Similar Results? Head-to-Head Comparison of the Generic Preference-Based Health-Outcome Measures CS-Base and EQ-5D-5L

Different Frameworks, Similar Results?: Head-to-Head Comparison of the Generic Preference-Based Health-Outcome Measures CS-Base and EQ-5D-5L

Economic evaluation of upper limb prostheses in the Netherlands including the cost-effectiveness of multi-grip versus standard myoelectric hand prostheses

From simple to even simpler, but not too simple: a head-to-head comparison of the Better-Worse and Drop-Down methods for measuring patient health status

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The Value of PROMs

The Route to Innovation: Are babies happy?