The PRMs program has developed a series of resources for health professionals and consumers.
A visual guide for people who are asked to complete a survey about their wound. The survey is called WOUND-Q©.
We aim to deliver the best care possible, and your feedback can help us to improve our service. This information is for people who have been invited to participate in the Patient Reported Measures Program.
This information is for people who have been invited to complete a brief survey about their health condition and overall wellbeing. This is known as a patient reported outcome measures (PROMs) survey.
This information is for people who have been invited to participate in the patient-reported measures (PRMs) program. They may be asked to complete one or more surveys about their health and experience of receiving care.
This video is produced by St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney and Healthily to explain patient-reported measures to consumers.
Patient-reported measures assess health-related quality of life, functional status, symptoms and symptom burden, treatment burden, health behaviours and health status. For robust assessments and conclusions, analyses take account of patient characteristics, time, data quality and fair comparisons.
This document presents the results of the formative evaluation of the Patient Reported Measures (PRMs) Program, which is a component of the NSW Integrated Care Strategy (Strategy).
The Framework provides the stakeholders of PRM data with an instrument to govern PRM data assets effectively through the exercise of authority and control (planning, guiding and monitoring) over the management of these assets.
The following questionnaire is concerned with the effects that your wound has on your daily life.
This questionnaire will help you and your healthcare professional measure the impact COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) is having on your wellbeing and daily life.
A survey to capture persistent symptoms of post-acute sequelae of COVID-19 (long COVID).
The Depression, Anxiety and Stress Scale - 21 Items (DASS-21) is a set of three self-report scales designed to measure the emotional states of depression, anxiety and stress.
Diabetes Distress Scale (DDS) questionnaire and scoring sheet.
Health Questionnaire EQ-5D-5L for mobility, self-care, usual activities, pain/discomfort and anxiety depression.
The questionnaire is intended to be used in adult population to measure the level of concern about falling during social and physical activities inside and outside the home.
The hip disability and osteoarthritis outcome score (HOOS) is a questionnaire intended to be used to assess the patient’s opinion about their hip and associated problems.
The questionnaire is intended for use among people severely affected by diseases such as cancer, respiratory, heart, renal or liver failure, and neurological diseases.
The Kansas City Cardiomyopathy Questionnaire (KCCQ), is a patient-reported outcome instrument, provides a measure of symptoms and physical limitations associated with heart failure
The Knee Injury and Osteoarthritis Outcome Score (KOOS) is a knee-specific instrument, developed to assess the patients' opinion about their knee and associated problems.
Oxford hip score mobility and pain questionnaire.
Oxford knee score mobility and pain questionnaire.
The questionnaire is intended to be used in adult population to measure the level of concern and their overall wellbeing.
An ordinal outcome measure that can be used to track functional status over time.
The Problem Areas In Diabetes (PAID) scale is a well-validated, psychometrically robust questionnaire with 20 items.
This questionnaire is designed to help us learn much more about how your breathing is troubling you and how it affects your life. We are using it to find out which aspects of your illness cause you most problems, rather than what the doctors and nurses think your problems are.
Three scales; Assessment, Drainage and Smell. WOUND-Q© is validated for patients with all types of chronic wounds in any anatomic location.
Survey to measure the patient view of their experience in the emergency department.
Survey to capture patients' experience of their hospital stay.
Adults receiving care that extends over a long period of time and is seen as a longitudinal capture of a persons experience.
PICS is an instrument that measures the outcome of family-reported experience of integrated care for child health.
Survey to capture patients' experiences of outpatient clinics and services.
A survey for parents to capture the health experience of their children.
Virtual care patient experience real-time question set.