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PHO members are researchers and clinicians from around the world who are using PROMIS to promote the voice of the patient in clinical care, quality improvement, and research.

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The 7th Annual PROMIS International Conference

October 17-18, 2021
Banff, Alberta Canada

Call for Abstracts
Deadline Extended to April 25th 

The PROMIS Training Workshop

June 9-10, 2021

Virtual Training
for you and your team

Early registration discounts through May 8

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Welcome to the PHO

The PROMIS Training Workshop

TerweeJoin us!  PHO members are part of a collaborative international community of early-career and experienced researchers, clinicians, health system administrators, epidemiologists, students, representatives of the technology and pharmaceutical industries, and government

Caroline Terwee, PhD
PHO President

 

Learn. Share. Engage. 

See our CALENDAR for an expanding list of upcoming webinars, roundtables, the June training workshop, and the October International conference.

  • Moving from PROMIS basics to advanced use in clinical and research settings

 

June 9-10, 2021

Virtual training for you and your team

 

The PROMIS Training Workshop is an intensive learning experience that covers the basics and advanced use of the PROMIS family of measures.

  • Separate tracks for new and more experienced clinicians and researchers
  • Group discounts available for you and your team.

Sign up for Webinars

Call for Abstracts - Deadline April 25

Validation Studies for New Investigators
April 21 (Wed.), 9 - 10 am CT
Host: Caroline Terwee, PhD
Amsterdam University Medical Center
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PROMIS Scoring and Interpretation
May 19 (Wed.), 1:00-2:00 pm CT
Host: John Devin Peipert, PhD
Northwestern University

On-Demand Webinars:
 Education 24/7 to meet your needs as you use PROMIS in clinical care and research.
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The 7th Annual PROMIS International Conference 2021

Making It Personal:
PROMIS for Individual Patient Management

 

October 17-18, 2021
Banff, Canada

A hybrid conference


Call for Abstracts

Submit your abstract


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JOB BOARD

Postdoctoral research scientist position at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in its Outcomes and Measurement Science Hub.

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Postdoctoral fellowship opportunity at Brigham and Women's Hospital. Dept. of Surgery, to support the growing Patient-Reported Outcomes, Value and Experience (PROVE) Center.

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MEMBERS:  PLEASE COMPLETE YOUR PROFILE

Please login to the INFO HUB:

  • Be a member - pay your dues
  • Add your photo
  • Complete your profile
  • Update your contact information
  • Use the member directory to communicate
  • Find collaborators for your research

Take advantage of your PHO membership benefits.

PHO dues are purposely kept low to encourage participation and engagement.

WHY USE PROMIS IN RESEARCH AND CLINICAL PRACTICE?

"We can learn what works and what does not, apply appropriate treatments and healthcare dollars to the patients who will benefit. The true definition of value."

Judy Baumhauer, MD, MPH, University of Rochester

 

“Sharing data with our patients has the potential to improve patient understanding of their condition, increase patient engagement and shared decision-making, and improve adherence with recommendations, ranging from medications to physical activity.”

Lisa Shulman, MD, University of Maryland

Tune in for PROMIS Webinars

Live and On-Demand Sessions are offered to meet your interests and needs,

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Membership

The PHO welcomes professionals from around the world who are interested in bringing the "patient's voice" to the forefront of healthcare.

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PHO International

PROMIS measures have been translated into many languages and are being used around the world.

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"With PROMIS, individuals can be tracked over time to reliably identify even small changes in health, and results can be compared to population norms."

Sara Ahmed, PT, PhD, McGill University

PROMIS®, Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement InformationSystem®, and PROMIS logo are registered trademarks of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

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