Patient-reported outcome measures: the pinnacle of patient-centred care or an elusive pipedream?
Do you want to learn more about the benefits and challenges of using patient-reported outcome measures (PROMS). Join us for an informative presentation where Associate Professor Anita Skandarajah will delve into the use of PROMS in routine care and clinical trials and explore their potential to revolutionise patient care.
Join Associate Professor Anita Skandarajah as she provides an honest, 'warts and all' discussion of their experience in using and introducing PROMS in research, as well as offering a pragmatic approach to routine capture. She will explore the challenges that come with introducing PROMS and how to overcome them, so that you can implement this important tool to enhance your patient-centred care approach.
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Don't miss out on this valuable opportunity to learn about the implementation of PROMS. Register now for our presentation on patient-reported outcome measures and take the first step towards improving patient care today!
Associate Professor is a Breast and Endocrine Surgeon at The Royal Melbourne, The Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and from The University of Melbourne. Her main research interests are outcomes research especially in women at increased risk of developing breast cancer, clinical trials exploring de-escalation of therapies and more recently, PROMS and use for research and service improvement.