Kategorie: Aktuelles

Join us for the February Webinar:Integration of PROMIS Cat Collection through the Electronic Medical Record

Host: Eric Makhni, MD, MBA, Henry Ford Health System

Learn the steps to move from PROMIS theory to implementation in clinical practice. In this case study Dr. Makhni will review his experience in creating a PROMIS CAT platform through Epic and discuss how to design a successful automated platform that can be used across multiple departments and service lines. Dr. Makhni practices in the Division of Sports Medicine, Dept. of Orthopedic Surgery, Henry Ford Health System and is Team Physician for the Detroit Lions. This recorded webinar will be followed by live Q&A with Dr. Makhni.

Wednesday, February 17 7:30 – 8:30 pm CST

PHO Members: No ChargeNon-Members: $39

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Webinar „Erfassung von subjektiven Gesundheitsmerkmalen mit Item-Response Theory“

Am 21.1.21 um 16 Uhr bieten wir ein kurzes Webinar zum Thema „Erfassung von subjektiven Gesundheitsmerkmalen mit Item-Response Theory“ an.

Ziel ist eine kurze Einführung in die Grundlagen der IRT für klinische und wissenschaftliche Nutzer von patient-reported outcomes wie PROMIS, die Vorstellung der wichtigsten Anwendungen (computer-adaptive Tests, Common Metrics) und die Beantwortung Ihrer Fragen. Die Veranstaltung ist kostenfrei, Hintergrundwissen ist nicht erforderlich.

Wenn Sie teilnehmen möchten, melden Sie sich bitte mit Ihrer Email-Adresse hier an, damit ich Ihnen den Link zur Veranstaltung schicken kann: https://forms.gle/Q73ASdxf6uAE8HMJ6

Jährliche Konferenz der PROMIS Health Organization (PHO)

Auch dieses Jahr findet wieder die Konferenz der PROMIS Health Organization statt und Projekte rund um PROMIS können vorgestellt werden. Anbei der Call for Abstracts:

We would like to invite you, your fellow faculty and students to join us for the 5th annual PROMIS® Health Organization (PHO) conference, Catch the Wave: PROMIS Clinical and Methodology Advances. The conference will focus on the use of PROMIS® health measures by researchers, clinicians and health administrators who are using PROMIS® to incorporate the patient’s voice in evaluating and improving health outcomes. Researchers from around the globe will share best practices for the development, translation, evaluation, and utilization of the PROMIS®. We welcome your help spreading the word and sharing this email.

The PROMIS Health Organization (PHO) conference following the ISOQOL conference will take place on 24-25 October at the Kona Kai Resort, in San Diego, California. Abstracts may be submitted through April 30. Please visit the PHO Conference website for more information and abstract formatting details: Catch the wave: PHO conference 2019.

Abstracts must be received no later than Midnight (CDT –USA) MONDAY, April 30.
Possible topics include:
1) Using PROMIS in Clinical Settings and Clinical Populations;
2) Using PROMIS to assess the Quality of Care;
3) Using PROMIS in Clinical Trials;
4) Using PROMIS for screening, diagnosis, prognosis and prediction;
5) Translation and Cross-Cultural Validation of PROMIS measures;
6) Extending the Reach and Relevance of PROMIS Item Banks;
7) Interpreting PROMIS scores to improve management and outcomes;
8) Use of PROMIS with other PRO instruments.

See sample abstracts from last year’s conference Journal of Patient Reported Outcomes: 2018 PHO Conference Abstract

Email abstracts to Julie-kay@northwestern.edu