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

2018 MEASURING WHAT MATTERS SYMPOSIUM

How should we be measuring functioning as a marker of clinical benefit in clinical trials?

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23-24 July 2018
Washington, D.C., United States

Function is a multidimensional concept that is emerging as an important aspect of clinical benefit assessment across many therapy areas, as well as a concept that matters greatly for patients (and families), regulators, HTA groups, clinicians and payers when making treatment decisions.  

 Program Goals

  1. Discuss definitions and concepts of functioning.
  2. Identify fit-for-purpose approaches to measurement, including mobile devices and wearable technologies.
  3. Identify evidence needs for different stakeholders, including regulators, payers, clinicians, and patients.

Special Thanks

Sponsors:

                                         

 

Co-Chairs:

        

Tom Willgoss, PhD                       Jennifer A. Petersen, MPH           Andrew E. Mulberg, MD

 

 

ISOQOL Board Liaison:

Diana Rofail, PhD, CPsychol

 

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