The international consortium PaRIS-SUR, led by Nivel, just launched its own website. This coincides with the start of the pilot phase of the project, wherein the consortium investigates experiences and outcomes of care reported by people living with chronic disease.
The PaRIS-SUR consortium helps the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and participating countries in developing a survey. With this survey we explore and compare the care experiences and outcomes of care reported by people living with chronic conditions in countries all over the world. We also perform the implementation of this PaRIS survey (called the International Survey on Outcomes and Experiences of People living with Chronic Conditions). We do this by facilitating a policy dialogue on opportunities to strengthen their health systems.
The PaRIS-SUR consortium supports the OECD and participating countries in developing and implementing the PaRIS survey. The PaRIS survey aims to assess the experiences and outcomes of care among primary care users aged 45 and over in 22 countries. Partners in the PaRIS-SUR consortium are Nivel, University of Exeter, Ipsos, Optimedis A.G. and the Autonomous University Barcelona. The PaRIS survey is initiated by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
This research project relates to Nivel's research program Patient-centered Care (lead by Dolf de Boer, PhD, MBA).