PROMIS®: Global Advances in Methodology and Clinical Science

Sunday, October 28, 2018
                                             
PROMIS®: Global Advances in Methodology and Clinical Science
Sunday, October 28, 2018 - Monday, October 29, 2018




Join us for the 4th Annual PHO conference, PROMIS®: Global Advances in Methodology and Clinical Science on October 28-29, 2018 in Dublin, Ireland at the Clayton House Hotel. 

This year's conference will feature plenary sessions, workshops and poster sessions focusing on the development, translation, validation, and utilization of the PROMIS measures. Sessions will focus on the integration of patient-reported outcomes with clinical practice and performance measures. This meeting brings clinicians and measurement researchers together in the same room to share best practices for putting the patient's voice first. 


ADDITIONAL WORKSHOPS OFFERED:

  • Introduction to IRT 
  • Translation and Cultural Adaptation of PROMIS Measures 
  • Implementing PROMIS in your setting 

  The PHO is excited to announce that Ashley Wilder Smith will provide an update from the NIH!! 

Ashley Wilder Smith, PhD, MPH, is Chief of the Outcomes Research Branch (ORB) at the National Cancer Institute (NCI). ORB is one of three Branches of the Healthcare Delivery Research Program and is focused on facilitating investigations related to understanding and improving health outcomes and quality care for cancer patients, survivors and families.

Join us at a private event overlooking Dublin in the Guinness Storehouse Lounge following the conference!
All attendees will have the opportunity to network with influential clinical investigators, researchers, and PROMIS PIs including David Cella, PhD, Richard Gershon, PhD, Nan Rothrock, PhD, Dennis Revicki, PhD, David Tulsky, PhD, Caroline Terwee, PhD,  and Dagmar Amtmann, PhD.


                       

What makes this conference special?  


Here's feedback from last year's conference:
 

  • The high level of interaction with the participants and the mix between research methods and clinical applications
  • The diversity in backgrounds of the participants and the general enthusiasm of the group.
                                        





 

Contact Information

Payment Instructions

  • Meeting Location: The Clayton Burlington Hotel (following ISOQOL meeting)

    We offer this low cost event to encourage participation from all levels of healthcare professionals.

    $200  Non-PHO members
    $160    PHO members
    $100 Students
    $260  Conference and 2019
                     Membership
    $50           Workshop fee
                     (per workshop)
    $0            Social Event
                    Sunday, Oct. 28


    Fees Increase September 1.  Space is limited - Early Registration is highly recommended.

    Contact Julie for bank details for wire transfers:  julie-kay@northwestern.edu

                                             

                                                      
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