• The PHO Mission is to improve health outcomes by developing, maintaining, improving and encouraging the application of the Patient Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System® in research and clinical practice. 


  • Call for Abstracts -

    Deadline Extended to April 30

    Abstract Submission Instructions        Abstract Template

    We are interested in hearing about how you incorporate PROMIS in your research and clinical settings.

    Here are some suggested topics for abstracts:

    1. Using PROMIS Across Clinical Populations

    2. Using PROMIS on the Front Line for Assessing Quality of Care

    3. Using PROMIS in Clinical Trials

    4. Using PROMIS in pediatric populations

    5. Using PROMIS for Effective Screening and Diagnosis 

    6. Using PROMIS for prognosis and prediction models

    7. PROMIS updates and usage around the world

    8. How IRT & CAT have Advanced Assessments in research and clinical practice

    9. Translation and Cross-Cultural Validation of PROMIS measures

    10. Adaption of PROMIS measures for specific populations

    11. Extending the Reach and Relevance of Item Bank Development and Validation

    12. How to successfully collect data in Clinical Practice

    13. Using PROs Across Diverse Clinical Populations

    14. Interpreting PROMIS scores to improve management and outcomes 

    15. PROMIS application to musculoskeletal conditions

    16. Use of PROMIS with other PRO instruments

  • Meet the Scholarship Recipients Meet the Scholarship Recipients

    The PHO is pleased to introduce the four recipients of the first PHO Scholarship Awards. They will be participating in the 5th Annual PHO International Conference, Oct. 24-25, 2019, in San Diego. 

    Rachel Campbell, PhD is an early career postdoctoral researcher in Australia at the University of Sydney. 

    Sara Leiber, MD, MSc is a rheumatology fellow at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City.

    Michiel Luijten, MSc is a PhD student in psychometrics/
    clinimetrics at the Amsterdam University Medical Centers in the Netherlands.

    Alexander Obbarius, MD is a resident and research fellow in the Department of Psychosomatic Medicine at Charité University Hospital in Berlin, Germany.