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Understanding the processes underpinning the successful implementation of Person-Centered Outcome Measures in routine palliative care

Despite evidence demonstrating the value of Person-Centered Outcome Measures (PCOMs) within palliative care, implementing them into routine practice brings considerable challenges. This seminar will draw on exploratory qualitative work from a multisite implementation and research programme (‘the RESOLVE study’) to demonstrate how we may use implementation theory to: (i) understand the processes required for the successful integration of PCOMs into routine practice; (ii) provide practical recommendations to address implementation challenges; and (iii) develop and evaluate an implementation strategy aimed at facilitating the optimal implementation of PCOMs into everyday clinical practice. 

About the speaker

Dr Andy Bradshaw is a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in Palliative Care within the Wolfson Palliative Care Research Centre at the University of Hull. He is predominantly a qualitative researcher, and his research interests cover implementation science, outcome measurement, advance care planning, and rehabilitative palliative care.

About the seminar series 

The Cicely Saunders Institute Open Seminar Series events are free to attend and there is no need to register.

This seminar is worth CPD (1 credit) pending from the Royal College of Physicians.

The series aim is to optimise opportunities for local, national and international networking within palliative care and rehabilitation. We facilitate seminars to assist in improving practice, education and policy, and the integration of research and clinical endeavours.