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Online Training

The ACI Patient Reported Measures (PRMs) Program has developed a series of online education modules to support the collection and use of PRMs in clinical settings.

The modules were developed in consultation with the proof of concept sites including:

  • consumers
  • clinicians
  • managers

The education modules have been designed to be short, engaging and to introduce relevant topics. The modules are hosted on the ACI learning management system and are free to access.

Access the PRMs Online Education Modules. You'll be prompted to register for a new account, set a password, log in and you're set to begin.

Screenshot of education modules

Available online modules:

Consumer eLearning Module

This module is designed to introduce you to Patient Reported Measures (PRMs). You will see how PRMs are designed to collect outcomes and experience that matter to you. You can visit each topic and this module should take approximately fifteen minutes to complete.

Target audience: This module is intended for people who may be a patient or consumer of health care settings such as hospitals, community outpatient’s services, primary care and specialty clinics.

Module 1: Importance of Patient Reported Measures    This is the first of a number of educational modules designed to support staff who are considering the
implementation of PRMs.

Target audience: This module has been designed for clinicians, managers, administrative staff and
patients from a range of health care settings - primary care, speciality clinics and hospitals.
Module 2: Making it happen 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.

Target audience: This module has been designed for clinical leaders and managers who are
interested in implementing PRMs.
Module 3: Clinical application    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 the use of PROMs in clinical settings.

Target audience: This module has been designed for clinicians (nursing, medical and allied health)
from a range of health care settings including hospital clinics, general practices, specialist offices and
community services.
Module 4: Creating positive change

This is the fourth educational module designed to support staff who have implemented Patient Reported Measures (PRMs). Here you will find an overview of PRMs and how they can be used to create positive change and used for quality improvement initiatives.

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