Collecting and acting upon Patient Reported Outcomes (PROs) is one of the cornerstones of patient centered care. PROs include symptoms, some aspects of function, health perception, health-related quality of life and quality of life. Choosing the right set of PROs can be challenging as there are many options, each with advantages and disadvantages. This one day, intensive and interactive educational course offers a curriculum that will provide a basic level introduction to the why and how of using PROs in research. Attendees will be given the opportunity to apply their learning throughout the course.
This training is aimed at health professionals; medical scientists who are not experts in the use of PROs; consultants; pharmaceutical and medical device representatives; new investigators and research students; policymakers; and other associations and individuals who are interested in acquiring familiarity with the terms and methods of research on PROs.
Registration includes: materials, copy of official ISOQOL Dictionary, and lunch. Certificates will be issued to participants upon completion of the course evaluation.
Wednesday, 12 June 2019
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Leeds Beckett University
Centre for Psychological Research
Rose Bowl 205
Leeds, United Kingdom