Using Patient Reported Outcomes to Impact Change
Friday 9 November 2018
Health services now recognise the importance of Patient-Reported Outcomes (PROs). They can be used to assess the effectiveness of treatments, and whether they pro-vide good return on investment. From a patient-centred care perspective, PROs can be used to actively engage patients in their disease management, and are increas-ingly being used to promote self-management by target-ing education and support services.
This seminar explores how PROs are being collected in real-world clinical settings, and how they are being used to improve the quality of care provided to patients. Pre-sented by Monash University and the Centre of Research Excellence in Patient Safety (CRE-PS), this educational seminar will be run by experienced leaders in Patient-Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) collection.
This seminar is designed for all healthcare professionals who want to learn more about how PROs are being used to impact change in Australian healthcare settings.
Time: 8:55am – 4:50pm. Registration opens at 8:30am.
Venue: The Alfred Medical Research and Education (AMREP) Lecture Theatre, 55 Commercial Road, The Alfred, Melbourne. This is located 100m west of the Punt Road and Commercial Road intersection. Please see the venue map with public transport options here.
Cost: Early bird: $190 incl. GST (expires midnight Friday 19 October); Standard fee: $220 incl. GST. (Registration and payment is by credit card only, refunds will not be given if cancellations are advised less than 7 days prior.)
Accommodation options: Some accommodation options near the Alfred Hospital, Melbourne are listed here.
For more information: Download event flyer / program