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Webinar: PROMs for quality improvement: what can we realistically expect?

EVENT TYPE
Webinars
DATE & TIME
12:30-1:15pm | Wednesday 9 December
LOCATION
Online
ORGANISER
The University of Sydney Clinical Trial Centre

CTC IN LEARNING - HEALTH ECOMOMICS WEBINAR SERIES

 

You are invited to the third webinar in our series on trending topics in health economics.

 

PROMs for quality improvement: what can we realistically expect?

12:30 - 1:15pm  |  Wednesday 9th December 2020

Presented by Dr Kate Williams

 

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About the discussion

Lessons from a program of work on PROMs, including international expert views, plus experiences from Australian national outcomes centres hosted by AHSRI at the University of Wollongong

About the presenter

Dr Kate Williams is a senior research fellow at the Centre for Health Service Development (CHSD), Australian Health Services Research Institute, University of Wollongong, where she works in multi-disciplinary teams on commissioned research and evaluation projects. Since she joined CHSD in 2004, Kate has led or contributed to numerous program evaluations, scoping studies and literature reviews on diverse topics. Between 2016 and 2018, Kate was involved in a major program of work on Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs), commissioned by the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care to inform a national approach. This series of projects began with a literature review and environment scan, followed by interviews with international and Australian experts and stakeholders from each Australian state and territory. Kate was first author on two of the three reports from this research program, which have been published on the Commission's website and have provided a foundation for further PROMs development in Australia.

Who should attend?

This seminar is ideal for health researchers and PhD students, health economists, healthcare managers, healthcare professionals, and policy makers.