Putting Patients at the Heart of Healthcare

Location
The Nicholson Building
Dates
Monday 12th February 2018 (09:00-16:30)
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Contact

If you are interested in participating in this workshop please email Lauren Rawlins

WORKSHOP LEADERS –  Prof Melanie Calvert and Dr Derek Kyte, Centre for Patient-Reported Outcomes Research (CPROR), Institute of Applied Health Research

Early academic research has demonstrated that ePROMs can assist patients to better monitor and manage their LTCs and can help improve the flow of patient information between specialties and multi-disciplinary healthcare teams. Groundbreaking research conducted by IAS Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Professor Ethan Basch, demonstrated that ePROM use is associated with improved patient health-related quality of life, reduced A&E visits and inpatient hospitalisations and superior quality-adjusted survival. Danish research, conducted by Prof Niels Hjollund  has also shown ePROM systems can potentially offer secondary care cost savings, as some patients with stable LTCs prefer to be remotely monitored by their health care team via their ePROM reports, rather than attend regular (and costly) scheduled outpatient appointments, also reducing hospital transport expenditure.

This IAS workshop aims to bring together leading experts in ePROM methodology with key stakeholders including CPROR members based across a number of Colleges at UoB, patient partners, clinicians from UHB and BCH, industry and national/international experts to address these research questions and explore mechanisms for embedding efficient routine ePROM data capture within the NHS to facilitate efficient service delivery, improved patient care and enhanced patient outcomes. 

 

Internal attendees:

Prof.

Simon Ball

UHB

Prof.

Alastair Denniston

Inflammation and Ageing

Dr

Samuel Finnikin

Institute of Applied Health Research

Prof.

Rosie Harding

Birmingham Law School

Miss

Natalie Ives

Institute of Applied Health Research

Prof.

Dan Lasserson

Institute of Applied Health Research

Dr

Sue Mallett

Institute of Applied Health Research

Prof.

Tom Marshall

Institute of Applied Health Research

Prof.

Tracy Roberts

Institute of Applied Health Research

Dr

Magdalena Skrybant

Institute of Applied Health Research

Dr

Anita Slade

Institute of Applied Health Research

 

Marie Valente

Birmingham Clinical Trials Unit (BCTU)

 

External attendees:

Prof.

Paul Cockwell

Consultant Nephrologist, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

 

Mary Dutton

 

 

Hilary Fanning

Deputy Director of Delivery, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

Dr

James Ferguson

Consultant Hepatologist, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

Dr

Chris Gibbons

University of Cambridge

Dr

Joanne Greenhalgh

University of Leeds

 

Gabby Hadley

University Hospitals Birmingham

 

Kirstie Haywood

University of Warwick

 

Niels Hjollund

Aarhus University, Denmark

 

Mike Horton

University of Leeds

 

Amanda Hunn

Health Research Authority (Joint Head of Policy)

 

Tim Jones

Executive Director of Delivery, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

 

Daniel O’Connor

Expert Medical Assessor, UK Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency 

Dr

Margaret O'Hara

University Hospitals Birmingham

 

Joanne Plumb

University Hospitals Birmingham

 

Katie Squire

Health Informatics, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

 

Sophie Staniszewska

University of Warwick

Dr

Steph Stringer

University Hospitals Birmingham

Prof.

Neil Turner

University of Edinburgh

Prof.

Jose Valderas

University of Exeter

 

Jim Williams

IT/Health Informatics, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust