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A New Way of Measuring Recovery: Personal Recovery Outcome Measure

Description: Consistent measurement and evaluation of recovery practices remains a common challenge within the mental health field. Join Dr. Skye Barbic in a discussion on the use and implementation of the Personal Recovery Outcome Measure (PROM) how measurement can inform evidence-based meaningful care. Hear from Mimi Rennie about how the PROM has been implemented at CMHA Vancouver – Fraser Branch.

Guest Speakers:

  • Dr. Skye Barbic, Assistant Professor, Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, Faculty of Medicine, UBC
  • Mimi Rennie, Peer Services Program Manager, CMHA Vancouver-Fraser Branch

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