Patient Reported Outcome Measures Research Conference (PROMs)
Now in its 5th year, the annual PROMs Research Conference will be a virtual event across two days.
It will be offered through the University’s online platform, Blackboard Collaborate.
This event is no longer taking registrations.
The conference focuses on researcher-led activities on methodologies around the development, testing and use of PROMs in different contexts and settings. The event is organised by a scientific group including Professor Tracey Young (School of Health Related Research, University of Sheffield and NIHR ARC Yorkshire and Humber theme co-lead); Dr Trish Holch (Co-lead of the Centre for Psychological Research, Leeds Beckett University and Honorary Research Fellow, University of Leeds) and Dr Jill Carlton (School of Health Related Research, University of Sheffield). Along with support from clinicians and academics from across the University of Sheffield.
The event includes a mixture of plenary sessions, workshops, oral presentations and posters by PROMs researchers from across the UK and internationally. This event brings together leading experts and early career researchers to engage with the latest advances in the field of PROMs research and implementation.
All researchers, health care practitioners/clinicians and PhD students involved in PROMs research are invited to submit abstracts for oral and poster presentations. Calls for papers will open on Monday 30th November 2020.
Please take a look at our programme.
The PROMs conference welcomes clinicians, researchers, academics, patient partners, students and early career researchers and others working or interested in the field. We have oral, poster and rapid reporting sessions on:
- Using PROMs with young people
- Patient and Public Involvement
- Rare diseases
- Methods – e.g. development, analysis and refinement
- Social care
- Failure as a learning opportunity
We are pleased to confirm our Plenary Speakers:
Professor Joanne Greenhalgh, School of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Leeds
Professor John Brazier, School of Health Related Research, University of Sheffield
Professor Nick Bansback, School of Population and Public Health, University of British Columbia, Canada
Elizabeth Gibbons, Senior Research Scientist, Clinical Outcomes Solutions
Dr Alexis Foster, School of Health Related Research, University of Sheffield
Call for papers
All researchers, health care practitioners/clinicians and PhD students involved in PROMs research are invited to submit abstracts for oral and poster presentations. This year, we welcome you to reflect on the impact of COVID-19 within the context of PROMs.
We invite papers on any topic that comes under the title of PROMs but particularly in the following areas:
• Using PROMS with young people
• Patient and Public Involvement
• Rare diseases
• Methods – e.g. development, analysis and refinement
• Social care
• Failure as a learning opportunity
The deadline for abstract submission is Monday 8th February 2021 at 11:59pm.
Abstracts submitted after this deadline will not be considered.