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.
General information about Patient Reported Measures:
- Commission on Excellence and Innovation in Health: A hub of PRM resources for South Australians
- The International Consortium for Health Outcomes Measurement: Defining global sets of Patient-Centred Outcome Measures
- Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care: General information, list of measures, evidence, case studies and information for both consumers and implementors
- Agency for Clinical Innovation – using and selecting a patient survey: Advice for survey selection
- Analytic principles for patient-reported outcome measures: A technical report outlining guiding principles
- Patient-Reported Indicator Surveys (PaRIS): International collaboration for developing, standardising and implementing a new generation of indicators that measure the outcomes and experiences of healthcare that matter most to people
Publications discussed in the series:
- Patterns of care for prostate cancer treatment and improving outcomes – are national registries the answer?
- Quantifying the effect email reminders have on patient reported outcome measure returns in a large prostate cancer registry.
- Description of patient reported experience measures (PREMs) for hospitalised patients with palliative care needs and their families, and how these map to noted areas of importance for quality care: a systematic review.
- Improving the methods for patient-reported experience measures (RPEMs) in palliative care: Findings from a cognitive interview study
Webinar 3: Panel session – Developing culturally appropriate PRMs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
Kimberly Williamson, Cancer Institute NSW
PROMs in Plastic Surgery: the practice of evidence-based medicine
Improving the quality of hospital care for people with serious illness. Using patient experience measurement and feedback to inform facilitated ward-based improvement