The research of Rahma Warsame, M.D., is focused on amyloidosis and multiple myeloma. Dr. Warsame is interested in investigating existing health care delivery systems to improve patient-reported outcomes and quality of life. She is also working on incorporating patient perspectives into clinical practice and determining its effect on clinical outcomes.
- Incorporating patient perspective into clinical practice
- Developing clinical trials with quality of life as the primary endpoint
- Developing a survivorship program for patients with chronic malignancies
Significance to patient care
Dr. Warsame's work aims to provide evidence for patient-centered care to improve treatment and quality of life. She hopes to incorporate the patient's perspective systematically and efficiently into modern clinical practice. Accurate information on symptomology and quality of life can reflect toxicity from treatment and the progression of disease and direct subsequent treatment strategies. Dr. Warsame's goal is to ensure that patients receive truly individualized care.