Priority-based Scales for Children’s Outcomes –
Research & Evaluation (PSCORE)

Fig 1. Framework of Patient Priorities

The PSCORE program has developed a Framework of Patient Priorities that highlights the relationship between patient priorities and goals, interventions to address these priorities, and outcome measures to evaluate the effectiveness of the interventions.

Three cartoon birds flying among clouds. The medium sized bird has a broken wing wrapped in a bandage and is flying with the help of three balloons

“Making a difference by measuring what matters”

Dr. Unni Narayanan, Principal Investigator

Outcome Measures

We have developed and validated patient and parent-reported outcome measures informed by experiences of families living with a chronic condition.

Get Involved

The PSCORE program has opportunities available for patient families, students, research collaborators, and more.

Our Team

PSCORE research projects are run by a multidisciplinary team of researchers, led by Dr. Unni Narayanan.

Support orthopaedic research at SickKids

Thanks to support from donors and our funding partners, we’ve been able to advance impactful research in paediatric orthopaedics. If you’d like to make a contribution to orthopaedic research at SickKids, you can donate through SickKids Foundation.

Funding partners

Our research would not be possible without the support of these funding partners: