What is the Patient Reported Measures Research Collaborative?
The Collaborative is made available by the Commission on Excellence and Innovation in Health (CEIH) and Health Translation SA (HTSA) — membership is free.
The Collaborative’s purpose is to build a professional network of people with expertise and interest in PRMs research and to promote opportunities that will foster partnership and collaboration in the health system.
This includes providing a forum for clinical researchers and clinicians from across South Australia to come together and share their knowledge and bring focus to the benefits of PRMs research in clinical practice.
The Collaborative must align with the Principles of the PRM Program, CEIH strategic objectives, and the implementation plan for the statewide PRMs Program.
Become a Member
The Collaborative is open to people across the health and research sectors and entitles to you to be part of the Collaboratives’ activities.
Associate Membership is also available to interstate clinicians/researchers/health professionals, consumers and carers, students and people with an interest in patient reported measures.
To become a member, see Register to join the PRMs Research Collaborative.
PRMs Research Collaborative Grant
This funding opportunity is for a research project to support and promote consumer-led research in patient reported measures.
Applications must demonstrate the creation of consumer and academic partnerships within health, working together on a research project that builds research capability and capacity in PRMs research excellence.
Applications have now closed as at 5pm, Wednesday 20 April 2022.