Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) Annual UK Research Conference
13th June 2019, Rose Bowl, Leeds Beckett University
The conference is endorsed by the International Society for Quality of Life Research (ISOQOL) and generously supported by the Yorkshire & Humber, West, East of England and Oxford NIHR Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRCs) & SpringerOpen.
Themes this year:
Innovative PPI in PROMs research and practice; Self-management and PROMS; Electronic PROM capture/cutting edge methods; Diversity and PROMs; PROMs in clinical practice; Barriers and challenges of national and international PROM collaboration & Pilot studies and PROMS. Please note, they are open to receive other relevant work in the field, including clinical submissions.
ISOQOL is also proud to present the ISOQOL Intro to Patient Reported Outcomes (pro) Course on Wednesday 12th June in conjunction with the 2019 PROMS Conference in Leeds UK. Please click here for more information and to register to this course
Plenary Speakers and Workshop Leads:
- Roger Wilson CBE, Patient advocate ‘Understanding Value’
- Nanna Skovgaard, Head of Digitisation Danish Ministry of Health
- Professor Stephen Radley, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals & University of Sheffield, ‘Web-based PROMs in practice; from Women’s Health to Pre-Operative Assessment’
- Workshop Lead: Professor Galina Velikova (Patient Centered Outcome Research: University of Leeds), ‘ePROMs feedback to clinicians challenges and solutions’
Registration for the conference is now open Register for the event here.
For any queries, please contact T.Holch@leedsbeckett.ac.uk.