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In 2016, The Agency for Clinical Innovation developed a series of on-line education modules to support the implementation and sustainability of patient reported measures (PRMs) in clinical settings.  To implement, sustain and realise the full potential of PRMs, the engagement of patients, clinicians, administrators and managers is needed.  ACI has worked with these stakeholders to develop content that is relevant to each group as learning needs will differ depending on the individual’s role.

It is recommended that all participants start with Module 1: Importance of Patient Reported Measures. During this module any further education needs will be identified.

This is the first of a number of educational modules designed to support staff who are considering the implementation of Patient Reported Measures (PRMs).

Here you will find an overview of PRMs along with information about the potential benefits of PRMs and some of the challenges that can be encountered implementing them.   

Target audience: This module has been designed for clinicians, managers, administrative staff and patients from a range of health care settings - primary care, specialty clinics and hospitals. 

Module 2 covers a brief explanation of project and change management, insight into others' experiences of implementing PRMs and the opportunity to start preparing your implementation action plan using the worksheet provided.

Target audience: This module has been designed for clinical leaders and managers who are interested in implementing PRMs.

Module 3 aims to provide clinicians with the opportunity to explore the application of Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) in a clinical setting. It uses an example clinical scenario to provide a step by step overview of PROMs use in clinical settings and practical information about their use. 

Target audience: This module has been designed for clinicians (nursing, medical and allied health) from a range of health care settings - hospital clinics, general practices, specialist offices and community care services. 

Module 4 aims to provide clinicians with the opportunity to explore the application of Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) in creating positive change and quality improvement application.

Target audience: This module has been designed for clinicians (nursing, medical and allied health) from a range of health care settings - hospital clinics, general practices, specialist offices and community care services

List of resources associated with PRMs