- Development of knowledge and tools
- Environmental scan (in French) conducted to determine the current state of knowledge and use of patient self-reported measures of health status and experience of care in professional and patient representative organizations in Québec.
- PaRIS initiative (Patient-Reported Indicators Surveys)
- Webinar on PREMS and PROMS (in french) La valeur des résultats et des mesures de l’expérience rapportés par les patients (PROMs et PREMs) pour la pratique clinique
Patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) are self-reported measures that capture patients’ views of their health status, i.e., their outcomes of care.
The person receiving care is the expert in their own life with their own health condition. They must be included as a partner in care to ensure optimal management of their condition according to their values and preferences. To promote person-centred care, many health and social services professionals invite patients to express their views on their health condition. The use of questionnaires, completed by patients, is necessary to gather this information. The survey of PREMs and PROMs continues after care, in the home.
Also see PREMs (Patient-oriented experience measures)
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