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PROMIS

A (US) National Institutes of Health (NIH)-sponsored project for developing and evaluating patient-reported outcome item banks and computer adaptive testing for pain, fatigue, physical function, social function and emotional well-being.
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To me there is nothing wrong with endeavouring to respect one's fellow colleagues; being polite, keeping promi ses, telling the truth and adhering to principles.
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