Full-time students, post-doctoral fellows who have received their doctorate in the past five years, and researchers who have worked in the health-related quality of life field for up to five years
Here is a sample of some of the Annual Conference activities new investigators have organized in recent years.
Tricks of the Trade Series: Senior ISOQOL members discuss their career paths and provide tips and tricks for a successful career in HRQOL.
Roundtable Discussions: Small group discussions on career topics. Previous topics include crafting a resumé and job interview strategies.
Panel Discussion: Career pathways in academia, consultancy and industry insights of experts
SIG Business Meeting: A forum for discussion issues pertaining to New Investigators and to determine new projects.
Social/Networking: Connecting with fellow new investigators can expand your research network and also your social network within your research areas.
LinkedIn: Join the LinkedIn group ISOQOL New Investigator SIG
Quality of Life Quarterly: ISOQOL's quarterly newsletter includes a column from the New Investigator SIG Chairs.
Webinar: An Introduction to Response Shift Theory and Methods
September 18, 2013
Planned Webinar for 2017: Peer review 101 : How to write a good peer review for an academic journal?
Roxanne Jensen, PhD (2009-2011)
Bellinda King-Kallimanis, PhD (2010-2012)
Antonia Bennett, PhD (2011-2013)
Katerina Papageorgiou (2012-2014)
Marc Jacobs (2013-2015)
Catherine Bottomley (née Golics), PhD (2014-2016)