Thursday, September 10 @ 1:00 - 2:00 pm AT
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To register for the webinar, email Meghan.Storey@unityhealth.to
KT Canada brings you:
“How to use PROMs and PREMs in healthcare: what, how, and why”
At the end of this presentation the audience will be able to:
1. Gain an understanding on implementing patient-reported outcomes and experiences
measures (PROMs and PREMs) in healthcare.
2. Learn why implementation science can be useful in understanding and informing the use
of PROMs and PREMs in healthcare.
3. Explore how theories, models and frameworks can be used to support PROMs and PREMs
implementation in healthcare.
Dr. Maria J. Santana is a health services researcher, patient and family-centred care scientist,
an Assistant Professor in the departments of Pediatrics and Community Health Sciences at
the University of Calgary. Dr. Santana has received training in clinical pharmacy, public
health, and clinical epidemiology. Her research focuses in developing novel methods to
integrate the voice of patients and family caregivers in health care and health service
research to improve health and health care. These methods advance person-centred care
and patient-oriented research. She is the provincial lead, Patient Engagement for the Alberta
Strategy for Patient-oriented Research. She leads the patient-report outcomes research for
the P2 group at The Libin Institute, and the Methods Hub at the O’Brien Institute for Public
Health at the University of Calgary.
Kimberly Manalili is a Vanier Scholar and PhD Candidate in Health Services Research in the
Department of Community Health Sciences at the University of Calgary. Her doctoral
research aims to enhance person-centred care practice in primary care through the use of
quality indicators that will identify gaps and target needed improvements that are important
to patients. Her research will inform future implementation, scale and spread of the
indicators across primary care in Alberta. Kimberly also provides support for the
implementation and evaluation of global health interventions in Uganda and Tanzania.