Collecting and acting upon Patient Reported Outcomes (PROs) is one of the cornerstones of patient centered care. PROs include symptoms, some aspects of function, health perception, health-related quality of life and quality of life. Choosing the right set of PROs can be challenging as there are many options, each with advantages and disadvantages. This one day, intensive and interactive educational course offers a curriculum that will provide a basic level introduction to the why and how of using PROs in research. Attendees will be given the opportunity to apply their learning throughout the course.
PCOR is crucial to successful product development in the pharmaceutical/biotechnology industry. Understanding the product development process, the product lifecycle, interactions with key industry stakeholders both internal and external, such as regulators and payers, and the scientific communication process is necessary for a PCOR scientist seeking to pursue a career in the industry or working closely with the industry. This one-day, intensive and interactive educational course offers a curriculum that will provide a basic level introduction to the application of PCOR research in the pharma/biotech industry. It will provide attendees with the opportunity to make informed decisions and hit the ground running in their career with an introductory knowledge of the pharma/biotech industry. Case studies will engage participants and give them a chance to test their new knowledge.
ISOQOL will bring its LIVE one-day Intro to Patient-Reported Outcomes Course to interested organizations (Universities, Hospitals, Private Companies, etc.) or individuals (ISOQOL members, Professors, etc.) to the location of their choosing.
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Registration includes printed course materials, certificate, and copy of the official ISOQOL Dictionary. Registration is $300 USD per person and a minimum of 25 registrants is required.
If you would like to bring this intensive and interactive introductory course at your place of work or study, please contact the ISOQOL office at firstname.lastname@example.org.