Together with Health Translation SA (HTSA), we’re excited to share the learnings from our first Patient Reported Measures Research Collaborative workshop, held virtually on the 16th of September 2021 with 80 participants.
Discussion focused on drivers and barriers for effective PRM research partnerships and identifying mechanisms that will support the translation of PRMs research to improve patient outcomes and experiences with measurable impact.
Common themes were identified by participants, providing key considerations in the promotion of excellence in PRMs research:
- Collaboration and Partnerships
- Applied Research in PRMs
- Building capability and capacity
- Research translation
- Governance and Ethics
The consolidated information has been interpreted as priorities and actions to further support the development of the Collaborative.
The PRMs team, CEIH and HTSA would like to thank everyone that gave their time to come together and help inform the direction of the Collaborative. We look forward to continuing to work with the consumer, health and research community in South Australia to improve care and patient outcomes.
To review the full report and see next steps for the PRMs Research Collaborative, Patient Reported Measures Research Collaborative Workshop Report.
It’s not too late to be part of the PRMs Research Collaborative – to register your interest please email the team via CEIH.PRM@sa.gov.au