Table 6

The final recommendations voted on at the consensus meeting and the results of the consensus voting

Recommendation statementsMedianIQRModeConsensus voting result
S1The HAGOS and iHOT instruments (long and reduced versions) are the most appropriate PROMs to use in young and middle-aged active adults with hip-related pain.98–99Appropriate
S2HAGOS and iHOT were developed mainly in surgical context. More research is needed into their utility in a non-surgical treatment context.98–99Appropriate
S3EQ-5D and SF-36 are generic quality of life measures that can supplement the hip-related measures, HAGOS and iHOT.98–99Appropriate
S4Future research should include further analysis of content and structural validity, and the relationship between individual measurement error and the minimal clinically important change for the recommended PROMs.98–99Appropriate
  • EQ-5D, EuroQoL-5 Dimension Questionnaire; HAGOS, Copenhagen Hip and Groin Outcome score; iHOT, International Hip Outcome Tool; PROM, patient-reported outcome measure; S, statement; SF-36, Short Form 36 Questionnaire.