Based on the overwhelmingly positive feedback following the symposiums run in 2022, the PRMs Research Collaborative Symposium is back and is a must-attend event for anyone interested in the latest developments in Patient Reported Measures (PRMs).
This year’s theme is ‘Practicalities of PRMs — Implementation, Collection Methods and Reporting’ and the symposium will feature a keynote address by Associate Professor Gabby Cehic, a nuclear medicine physician (oncologist) and Clinical Lead at the South Australian Peptide Receptor Radionuclide Therapy (PRRT) Service.
Gabby will share her insights on the implementation of a data registry for patients with NeuroEndocrine Neoplasms (NENs) who receive PRRT, which includes an online survey tool for the digital entry of specific validated PROMs EORTC QLQ 30 (general cancer PROM) and GiNET 21 (disease specific PROM).
In addition to the keynote address, the symposium will feature presentations from a variety of experts in the field of PRMs, covering topics such as:
- Tools and methods for collecting PRMs
- Barriers and enablers to implementation and collection
- Ways to analyse and utilise PRMs in a practical setting to improve outcomes and experiences for consumers.
PRMs Research Symposium Details
- Date: Monday 30th October 2023
- Venue: SAHMRI Auditorium (Hybrid event)
- Time: 9:30am – 3:30pm
Attendance is free but registration is essential.
We are excited to meet you in person, or online for those who are unable to attend on the day.
For more information about the event, including the registration, visit the PRM website.
The PRMs Research Collaborative is a joint initiative from the Commission on Excellence and Innovation in Health (CEIH) and Health Translation SA (HTSA). 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.
For this symposium, the CEIH and HTSA have partnered with members of the Collaborative to organise and select the theme of this year’s the event based on feedback provided by attendees at the November 2022 Symposium. The feedback showed that members of the Collaborative were keen to understand how PRMs have been implemented in a clinical setting to support the delivery of value-based healthcare.
Read more about the 2022 PRMs Research Symposiums via the CEIH PRMs website: