What makes Patient-Reported Outcomes (PROMS) difficult to use for people with learning disabilities?

We have reported earlier on a Knowledge Transfer Partnership project that focuses on the usability of PROMS for people with learning disabilities and/or literacy. Also, we recently hosted a Webinar on this topic and project. Today, we are providing you with a weblink to an audio cast of a presentation on the topic given earlier this year as part of the Open University supported and hosted Social History of Learning Disability Conference in Milton Keynes. This year’s conference focus was ‘Health’. The two-day event was attended by people with learning disabilities, researchers, health and social care practitioners and disability advocate.

In a few weeks time, the project team will be running a workshop and dissemination event in Glasgow.

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