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PROMIS Webinars feature presentations by experts in clinical outcomes research, psychometrics, and assessment and typically include Q&A with the presenter.   PHO members register for webinars for free and also have free 24/7 viewing access to recorded webinars  in the INFO HUB Resource library.

PROMIS Roundtables feature presentations by experts and offer an opportunity for deeper interactive group discussion with the presenter.  PHO members register for roundtables for free


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Topic:  Measuring Pain
September 7, 10:00 - 11:30 am CT
Hosts: Dagmar Amtmann, PhD and Amy Cizik, PhD, MPH

Dagmar Amtmann
Join Drs. Amtmann and Cizik for a presentation and discussion on pain measurement from both psychometric and implementation perspectives. Bring questions and share your own experience in the break-out groups.

Dagmar Amtmann, PhD, a health outcomes researcher with training in measurement, is Professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at the University of Washington in Seattle.

 

Amy Cizik, PhD, MPH, a health economics and outcomes researcher, is a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Orthopaedics at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City.

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PROsetta:  An R Package for Linking Patient-Reported Outcome Measures

PROsetta:  An R Package for Linking Patient-Reported Outcome Measures

Host: Benjamin Schalet, PhD, Associate Professor of Medical Social Sciences, Northwestern University

Ben SchaletA common problem when using a variety of Patient-Reported Outcome (PRO) measures is the comparability of scales on which the outcomes are reported. Linking establishes relationships between scores on two different measures. The PRO Rosetta Stone (PROsetta Stone®) developed and applied methods to link the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) with other related instruments (e.g., SF-36, Brief Pain Inventory, CES-D, MASQ, FACIT-Fatigue) to expand the range of PRO assessment options within a common, standardized metric. It provides equivalent scores for different scales that measure the same health outcome. 

References: https://doi.org/10.1177/01466216211013106 

https://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/PROsetta/index.html

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Roundtable:  Constructing Principles of the PROMIS Physical Function Item Bank
Room for PROMIS in Rheum (atology)
Validation Studies for New Investigators
PROMIS Scoring and Interpretation
Routine provision of feedback from patient-reported outcome measurements to healthcare providers and patients in clinical practice
PROMIS Use in China
Resources for Implementing PROMIS Measures for Patient Care
Resources for Implementing PROMIS Measures for Patient Care

Hosts: Nan Rothrock, PhD and Michelle Langer, PhD, Northwestern University, Chicago

Rothrock NanPROMIS measures are increasingly utilized to inform individual patient care. Integrating patient self-report in clinical care is complex. Join this webinar to learn more about guidance and resources now available at HealthMeasures.net to support the implementation of PROMIS measures for patient care. We will also review advantages of several administration platforms.

Nan Rothrock, PhD is Professor of Medical Social Sciences, Neurology - Ken and Ruth Dave Department and Psychiatry and Behavior Sciences, Northwestern University.

Michelle Langer, PhDMichelle Langer, PhD is the PROMIS/Assessment Center API Product Manager, Northwestern University

Introduction to Item Response Theory (IRT) and Computer Adaptive Testing
Governance in Healthcare Systems with Electronic Capture of PROs
PROMIS & Insurers: It's going to take determination
Integration of PROMIS CAT Collection through the Electronic Medical Record (EMR)
Hardwiring PROs in Clinics 
PROMIS Score Interpretation (Benchmarking, Cut-Points/Decision Rules)