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Webinar: Using Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) to guide clinical care

Venue: Online

Date: 01 July 2020 12:30pm to 01 July 2020 01:30pm

The Australian Centre for Value-Based Health Care is pleased to present the next in our ongoing series of free webinars. Join Professor Rachel Morton, Director of Health Economics and Robinson Fellow at the NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre University of Sydney and President, Health Services Research Association of Australia and New Zealand (HSRAANZ), to discuss recommendations developed by HSRAANZ to guide the implementation of PROMs to guide clinical care.

Health systems are increasingly being encouraged to incorporate PROMs collection in clinical settings to guide patient care. This webinar will feature a discussion of the evidence and guidance developed to facilitate the uptake of PROMs by clinicians. It will enable clinicians to better understand the current framework for PROMs collection and utilisation and outline the benefits and challenges when used to guide clinical practice.

To register: https://ahha.asn.au/civicrm/event/register?reset=1&id=381

Event Details

Date: July 1
Time: 12:30 pm