A VISITING SCHOLAR EVENT
Co-sponsored by the Institute for Healthy Living and Chronic Disease Prevention, and
the W. Maurice Young Centre for Applied Ethics
Nick Bansback, PhD, Associate Professor
School of Population and Public Health
Faculty of Medicine, UBC Vancouver
Examples from an ongoing study will be presented to show how PROMs data can be used support patient decision
making by helping them understand their outcomes compared to others, what outcomes they might expect in the
future and how their outcomes have changed over time.
Software will be demonstrated to show the potential of PROMS in improving patient decision making.
Join in person or via webinar
Please REGISTER – patientsprom.eventbrite.ca
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC – Everyone is welcome