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Relevant outcomes of patient-centered interventions in multimorbidity: an invitation to the NAPCRG forum and a preliminary survey



By Martin Fortin, Moira Stewart, Elizabeth Bayliss, Maxime Sasseville, Paul Little, Stewart Mercer, John Furler, Marjan van den Akker, Susan Smith

An activity organized by the PACEinMM international advisory committee

During the 2015 NAPCRG Annual Meeting to be held October 24-28 in Cancun, Mexico, we will be conducting a three hour forum entitled “Think-tank on outcomes for patient-centered interventions for persons with multimorbidity”. The objectives of the forum are to use a group process 1) to identify a set of relevant outcomes for patient-centered interventions for persons with multimorbidity (MM), 2) to share experiences internationally, and 3) to inform the conduct of interventions for persons with multimorbidity in primary care settings.  The Special Interest Group on Comorbidity/multimorbidity endorses the forum and it is open to all.
In order to prepare for the forum, we are conducting a short survey. The questions assess the relevance of types and domains of outcome measures for interventions in multimorbidity.
Please consider completing the survey. Your input is important even if you do not plan to attend the NPCRG conference. If you do plan to attend, we look forward to meeting you at NAPCRG in Cancun, Mexico next October.

Many thanks for your help.

GO TO THE SURVEY

2 Comments

  • 1
    Chris Salisbury
    August 17, 2015 - 12:28 pm | Permalink

    Hi all

    I’ll be in Cancun. How do I sign up for the workshop?

    • 2
      Administrator
      August 17, 2015 - 12:56 pm | Permalink

      No need to sign up. Please, just show up at the forum as it will be soon indicated in the NAPCRG schedule.

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