The Pros and Cons of Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) and Patient Reported Experience Measures (PREMs) – 26 November 2018
On Monday 26 November 110 delegates gathered at the University of Sydney to consider the pros and cons of PROMS and PREMS. The conference papers, slides and photos are available below. Outputs from the Forum will be position statements on the issues of PROMs and PREMs for quality assurance and benchmarking; and PROMs to guide clinical care. We are also forming a PROMs/PREMs special interest group. Contact Sarah Green if you are interested in being involved.
Convenors - Rachael Morton, Associate Professor and Director of health economics at the NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre, Sydney Medical School, University of Sydney and Tilley Pain, Principal Research Fellow for allied health professionals at the Townsville Hospital and Health Service and an Adjunct Principal Research Fellow at James Cook University.
(Slides for the Forum are only available to HSRAANZ Members and Forum delegates)
This one-day forum brought together stakeholders with experience in PROMS and PREMs to advance the health services research agenda.
During the morning delegates heard from experts in the field about the application of PROMs and PREMs in government programs, Clinical Practice, General Practice and NGOs and peak consumer bodies.
The afternoon featured short oral presentations in two streams and provided an opportunity to learn about the latest research and leadership in the areas of PROMs and PREMs for quality assurance and benchmarking and PROMs to guide clinical care.
The concluding break-out sessions debated the key challenges and opportunities, and where to from here.
Catherine Katz – Director, Safety and Quality Improvement Systems and Intergovernmental Relations Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in
Healthcare Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Healthcare
Jean-Frederic Levesque – Chief Executive, NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation
Dominique Cadilhac –Head Translational Public Health and Evaluation Division, Stroke and Ageing Research, School of Clinical Sciences, Monash University
Ian Harris – Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, UNSW Sydney
Tim Usherwood – Professor of General Practice at the University of Sydney; Honorary Professorial Fellow at the George Institute for Global Health; and Deputy Chair of Western Sydney PHN.
Shilpa Jesudason – Nephrologist, Chair, CNARTS Clinical Research Group and Clinical Director, Kidney Health Australia
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