Call for Abstracts – the 7th National Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) Research Conference ‘PROMs Across the Lifespan’
5th January 2023
The 7th National Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) Research Conference 'Call for Abstracts' closes 11:59pm on Tuesday 7th February 2023.
The University of Sheffield, along with their partners are hosting the 7th National Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) Research Conference ‘PROMs Across the Lifespan’, at The University of Sheffield on Thursday 22nd June 2023.
The ‘Call for Abstracts’ has been launched, along with the website to book your conference place. The event is ‘a not-for profit conference’ and offered at a fee of £50.
Please find details of the ‘call for abstracts, with links to the website with further information, plus the conference flyer below.
Thursday 22nd June 2023
University of Sheffield
Call for Abstracts by 11:59pm on Tuesday 7th February 2023
All researchers, health care practitioners/clinicians and PhD students involved in Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) research are invited to submit abstracts for oral and poster presentations.
The theme of this year’s conference is ‘PROMs Across the Lifespan’. We are particularly interested in submissions related to developing and evaluating patient outcome measures in different groups across the life course, ranging from early childhood to older people. We are also interested in specialised applications of PROMs across the life course, such as in palliative care or in people living with life limiting conditions. Beyond our core theme, we welcome submissions on any topic that comes under the breadth of PROMs Research, including studies demonstrating patient and public involvement and methodological case studies or examples of when things don’t go to plan.
If you would like to make a submission to be considered for an oral or poster presentation, please visit our online submission platform Oxford Abstracts
Abstract Submission Guidance
Abstracts reporting research should use the following headings:
Background, Aim(s), Method(s), Results, and Conclusions.
Word limit: 300 words maximum, not including the headings. Note – please do not include
tables/graphics/diagrams/symbols in your abstract. Please submit abstracts online by: 11:59pm on Tuesday 7th February 2023
The scientific panel will select papers on the following basis:
· Only abstracts submitted before the deadline will be considered
· Work in progress and papers at an early stage of development will be welcome
· Reproduced papers and reports (especially those written for other audiences) and reproduced book chapters are likely to be rejected