Patient-Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs)

The Faculty of Clinical Informatics and Health Data Research UK (HDRUK) established this SIG to focus on the interoperability and possible visualisation of patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs).

PROMs are structured questionnaires that enable patients to provide detailed information about their quality of life and the symptom burden which may be specific to the condition that they have.

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27 May 2021
Establishing a PROMs Special Interest Group

This webinar outlines how the PROMs SIG was established. The discussion also focused on the interoperability and possible visualisation of PROMs.

The panel members were:

  • Dr Sally Lewis: National Clinical Director for Value-Based Healthcare, NHS Wales, FCI Fellow

  • Said Shadi: Assistant Director, Health Informatics and Analytics at Value in Health, NHS Wales

  • Anne Marie Cunningham, Vice Chair of FCI Council

  • Professor Neil Sebire: Chief Research Information Officer (CRIO), Great Ormond Street Hospital, HDRUK Chief Clinical Data Officer, and FCI Fellow