International Society for Quality of Life Research
International Society for Quality of Life Research

Measuring What Matters Topic Proposal

Topic Proposal: Call for Submissions

ISOQOL will hold a Measuring What Matters Symposium annually and is currently seeking topic proposals for a July 2020 symposium in Washington, D.C.

Topics may be a particular application (e.g., Measuring What Matters in Clinical Practice) or a specific disease area (e.g., Measuring What Matters in Cardiology) or a particular population (e.g., Measuring What Matters in Children) or a combination of the three. Thank you for helping ISOQOL identify and address topics of importance to our members and the field. View the agendas and organization of the past two symposia here.

Topic submissions closed on 11 February 2019. Thank you!

Commitment of symposium co-chairs

  • 18 months of planning calls with ISOQOL staff:
    • Monthly calls for the first six months
    • Bi-weekly calls for the final 12 months
  • Working with ISOQOL Staff, co-chairs are responsible for sourcing speakers/presenters, developing the curriculum, and leading teleconferences with symposium speakers.


Please direct questions about your proposal to ISOQOL Meetings Manager Marina Shawd at


555 East Wells Street, Suite 1100, Milwaukee, WI USA 53202
Phone: +1 (414) 918-9797; Fax: +1 (414) 276-3349

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