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Patient engagement with PRO completion in clinical practice: Challenges and solutions

Organized By: QOL in Clinical Practice SIG & Patient Engagement SIG

This webinar explores topics surrounding Patient Reported Outcome (PRO) completion in clinical practice by bringing together insight from members of the ISOQOL Patient Engagement and QOL in Clinical Practice Special Interest Groups.
Included in the webinar:
  • An overview of key literature in the field of patient engagement /adherence to PROs completions 
  • A set of case studies exploring patient engagement with PRO completion in clinical context 
  • Examples drawn from a diverse range of clinical settings including oncology, orthopedics and mental health 
  • Practical evidence based on first hand experiences

As PROs are increasingly used in clinical practice and patient care, there is an assumption that patients are engaged with their use and will adhere to completion. But what do we know about the key motivators or obstacles that can influence patient engagement with PRO measures? Are we doing enough to encourage and support completions of PRO measures? What have we learned to date about patient engagement that can be applied to shape and guide the successful implementation of PROs into different clinical contexts? How does PRO completion impact patient engagement in self-care?

Learning Outcomes/Objectives
After the webinar, the learner will be able to:
  • Describe key concepts and terminology around patient uptake and adherence to PRO completions in clinical settings
  • Recognize the key barriers and drivers influencing patient engagement in PRO completion in clinical practice
  • Identify the different roles patients, professionals and health care systems can play in facilitating patient engagement with routine use of PROs
  • Theresa Coles, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Population Health Sciences, Duke University School of Medicine
  • Jennifer Freel, PhD MBA CAF, Director Physician Network and Quality, St Clair Medical Services
  • Danielle Lavallee, PharmD PhD, Research Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery, University of Washington
  • Natasha Roberts, BN, Doctoral Student, Royal Brisbane Women’s Hospital
  • Kate Absolom, PhD, University Academic Fellow, University of Leeds

  • Moderator
  • Elizabeth Unni, PhD, Associate Professor, Touro College of Pharmacy

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