PROMS comes to another key milestone on the road to its mission, announcing members of the Executive Committee and Scientific Steering Committee.
The Patient-Reported Outcomes Initiative for MS (PROMS) was announced this year at ECTRIMS in Stockholm and comes to another key milestone on the road to its mission. The new Executive Committee and Scientific Steering Committee members were nominated and announced during the PROMS Meeting held in Baveno (Italy) on November 21st.
The Committees represent the initiative’s global approach and the excellence of this project. Promoted by the MS International Federation and the European Charcot Foundation, the Committees have involved world experts in the field of multiple sclerosis. The Governance of the PROMS initiative also includes stakeholders that represent the international MS Community, with the Italian MS Society (AISM) as the lead agency and involvement from the Australian, Danish, German, UK, US, Canadian and Swiss MS societies.
You can find the list of Committee members here and more information on the PROMS introduction page.
PROMS aims to ensure the informed and quality participation of people with MS in the decision-making processes of research and healthcare regarding their treatments and performances. If you’d like to read more this initiative, click here to read the article published by Lancet Neurology.