The Commission on Excellence and Innovation in Health (CEIH) were delighted to co-host Health Translation SA’s (HTSA) June 2023 Spotlight Series which focused on Patient Reported Measures (PRMs).
The series included four weekly webinars which all centred on a different topic within the PRMs theme. The topics covered by each presenter are summarised below:
PRMs, PROMs, PREMs: What are patient reported measures?
- Katie Billing (on behalf of Megan Scott), CEIH: An introduction to Patient Reported Measures
- Dr Nadia Corsini, Uni SA: A core outcome set for cancer survivorship monitoring
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
Panel session: Developing culturally appropriate PRMs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
Topic: Privileging the voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People
- Mel Tinsley, Agency for Clinical Innovation
- Kimberly Williamson, Cancer Institute NSW
- Panel Chair: Kim Morey, Wardliparringa (SAHMRI)
PRMs in action
- Wendy Saunders and Renee Taylor, Adelaide PHN: PRMS in Action- People Experience Survey
- Dr Tamara Crittenden, SALHN: PROMs in Plastic Surgery: The practice of evidence-based medicine
- Dr Claudia Virdun, QUT: Improving the quality of hospital care for people with serious illness. Using patient experience measurement and feedback to inform facilitated ward-based improvement.
The topics selected for this series were co-designed with some of the PRMs Research Collaborative Members. All webinars were recorded and can be accessed on the HTSA website.
The CEIH extends a big thank you to all the presenters who took the time to share their knowledge and learnings around these topics.
To explore the Spotlight Series, which have been run by HTSA, visit HTSA website.
Thank you to our partner HTSA for allowing us to be part of this fantastic initiative.