This training is open to all members of the multi-disciplinary team working in Primary Care.

Patient activation is a measure of a person’s knowledge, skills and confidence to manage their own
health and wellbeing, and is a core enabler for supporting self-management and personalising care.

The PAM® is a validated, licensed tool that measures people’s knowledge, skills and confidence (referred to as ‘patient activation’) in managing their own wellbeing. It is expected that by understanding a patient’s activation level, care can be planned appropriately with the individual, leading to improved wellbeing and fewer episodes of unplanned and emergency care.

What is PAM ?
Why is Activation Important?
Scoring the PAM
The Results …. So What?