Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) Annual UK Research Conference

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Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) Annual UK Research Conference

13th June 2019, Rose Bowl, Leeds Beckett University

Abstract submission is now open for the PROMS Research Conference PROMS 2019, which is being hosted by the Centre for Psychological Research (PsyCen) at Leeds Beckett University.

The PROMS conference welcomes oral and poster abstracts from clinicians, researchers, patient partners, industry, SMEs and others working in the field. Due to the demand for presentation slots, a ‘Rapid Report’ oral session (a 3 minute, 5 slide maximum oral presentation) has been introduced this year.

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.

Abstract submission has been extended to 14th March 2019

Submit your abstract online here

Registration for the conference is now open

Register for the event here

*please sign up early as the ePROM workshop (2pm parallel session) has limited places*

Prize Presentation Prizes will be offered to the best Oral, Poster and Rapid Report abstract:

  • Best Oral: Early Career research award, to be eligible for this award you must be currently undertaking doctoral research or be within 5 years full time equivalent since completion of PhD
  • Best Poster: Best PhD poster
  • Best Rapid Report: Early Career research award, to be eligible for this award you must be currently undertaking doctoral research or be within 5 years full time equivalent since completion of PhD
  • Oral or Poster: Best patient and public involvement award for the team which have demonstrated excellence and/or innovation in involving the public
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