Angela M. Stover, PhD is a translational health outcomes researcher focused on implementing patient reported outcomes (PROs) into routine care settings to improve care delivery. She has conducted foundational methods research developing six of the original NIH PROMIS item banks assessing poor sleep, depression, and anxiety. Her methods work also includes developing PRO-based performance measures for chemotherapy. She serves as a co-investigator on a 50-site trial examining whether chemotherapy patients completing PROs at home have better outcomes than usual care in community oncology practices. Dr. Stover is also the creator of implementation science metrics for evaluating PRO implementation initiatives in routine care settings. She teaches a doctoral-level course on PRO development methods, psychometric properties, and use of PROs in health care delivery. She collaborates with multiple researchers in the Cancer Outcomes Research Program. In her spare time, she enjoys cheering on the Steelers and Tarheels.
Assistant Professor, Health Policy and Management, UNC-Chapel Hill