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The PROMIS Training Workshop

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


 June 22-23, 2023  (Thursday-Friday)

  • The 2023 PROMIS Training Workshop offers an intensive learning experience on PROMIS and how to utilize the measures in clinical care and research.
  • Get the training you need to take PROMIS to the next level at your institution.  Bring your team.
  • The workshop offers valuable training for both new and more experienced clinicians and researchers.
  • Get insight from experts to help you advance your skills in patient-reported outcomes.
  • Registration for the workshop program includes continental breakfast, lunch, breaks, and a networking reception.

Who should attend?

The workshop has something for everyone interested in patient-reported outcomes -- from those getting started with PROMIS, to those looking for an in-depth understanding of the advantages of PROMIS, and those who want to expand use of PROMIS in clinical care and research.

It has been specially designed for clinicians, researchers and trainees, pharmaceutical industry partners, healthcare administrators, policy makers, and IT professionals.

Program Venue

The workshop will be held at Prentice Women's Hospital, 250 E. Superior St., on the Northwestern University Medical Campus in downtown Chicago.

Hotel Rooms - A block of sleeping rooms has been reserved at the all-suite Omni Chicago Hotel, 676 N. Michigan Avenue on Chicago's Magnificent Mile.

Click to book your hotel room.

                                                      Program Chairs

Workshop Program Areas 

PROMIS Fundamentals

Clinical Implementation

Information Technology

Use in Research & Clinical Practice

Jeff Houck

Jeff Houck, PT, PhD

Program Director
School of Physical Therapy
George Fox University
Newberg, Oregon

Jacob Lippa
Jacob Lippa, MPH

Senior Manager, Analytics
Outcomes, Equity, and Experience
Greater Seattle area

What attendees have said:

"Excellent examples of clinical innovations within clinical contexts and generalizable principles."

"Wonderful way to hear experiences from leaders in the field and profit from lessons learned."

"Expert speakers presenting on innovative and boundary-pushing topics."

"Provided excellent recommendations and guidelines."

"Great examples of what patients want to see and best use cases for PROs."