Patient Reported Measures Research Collaborative

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 become a Research Col­lab­o­ra­tive Mem­ber.

Reg­is­ter to attend the PRMs Research Symposium

Reg­is­ter to attend the sec­ond PRMs Research Sym­po­sium which will be held at the SAHM­RI audi­to­ri­um on Mon­day 14th November.

The theme for the sec­ond PRMs sym­po­sium is Using patient-report­ed mea­sures to improve health care for cul­tur­al­ly and lin­guis­ti­cal­ly diverse (CALD) and oth­er under­rep­re­sent­ed populations’. 

To find out more and to reg­is­ter, see Reg­is­ter to attend the PRMs Research Symposium.

The PRMs Research Col­lab­o­ra­tive E‑Newsletter

The e‑newsletter will be released bi-month­ly with con­tent devel­oped by and for Research Col­lab­o­ra­tive members. 

We encour­age mem­bers to show­case their con­nect­ed research and projects, high­light any local activ­i­ties or events, edu­ca­tion­al oppor­tu­ni­ties, rel­e­vant resources and news. 

To sub­mit to the next edi­tion (Octo­ber 2022 release), see PRMs Research Col­lab­o­ra­tive E‑Newsletter Sub­mis­sion.

PRMs Col­lab­o­ra­tive Con­ver­sa­tion Series

Meet some of the PRMs Research Col­lab­o­ra­tive members.

See PRMs Col­lab­o­ra­tive Con­ver­sa­tion Series.