June/July 2023 Spotlight Series
Join us for our next Spotlight Series – an initiative through which Health Translation SA offers resources and activities relating to a component of research translation or specific translation projects/grant opportunities.
Interested in understanding more about patient reported measures?
Patient Reported Measures (PRMs) are a critical aspect of modern healthcare; they provide valuable insights into patients’ experiences, their satisfaction levels, and the effectiveness of treatments. Understanding patient’s perspectives enables healthcare professionals and researchers to improve upon current practice and improve patient care.
In this month’s series, which is co-hosted with the Commission on Excellence and Innovation in Health, you will hear from experts in PRMs who will explain the differences in experience and outcomes measures, explain generic and specific measures, share an update on developments in SA and beyond, and provide practical advice for those working in a range of areas, with plenty of case studies for inspiration.
Check back here throughout June/July for more information
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Thursday 15 June 12pm-1pm
Webinar 1: PRMs, PROMs, PREMs – what are patient reported measures?
Megan Scott, CEIH: An introduction to Patient Reported Measures
Dr Nadia Corsini, Uni SA: A core outcome set for cancer survivorship monitoring
Thursday 22 June 12pm-1pm
Webinar 2: PRMs in clinical quality registries and clinical trials
Prof Belinda Gabbe, Monash University: Using PROMs to shift our thinking on trauma recovery
Adjunct Prof Nik Zeps: Making PROMs matter: What 10 years of experience has taught us at the Prostate Cancer Outcomes Registries
Thursday 29 June 12pm-1pm
Webinar 3: Panel session – Developing culturally appropriate PRMs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
Thursday 6 July 12pm-1pm
Webinar 4: PRMs in action