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Adapting PROs for Research and Clinical Practice Series – Webinar #1:

Short-form PROMs: Relevance, utility, and risks for health providers and policy makers

Adapting PROs for Research and Clinical Practice Series – Webinar #2

Methods for modifying PRO instruments for clinical practice and clinical research use

Adapting PROs for Research and Clinical Practice Series – Webinar #3

Methods for incorporating CATs (including ePROs) into clinical trials and clinical practice – operational and scientific challenges and solutions

Patient engagement with PRO completion in clinical practice: Challenges and solutions

Description This webinar explores topics surrounding Patient Reported Outcome (PRO) completion in clinical practice by bringing together insight from members of the ISOQOL Patient Engagement and QOL in Clinical Practice Special Interest Groups. Included in the...

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Statistical Methods for Response Shift Detection

Description The current webinar will focus specifically on important and cutting-edge statistical methods for RS detection and adjustment for true change estimation, including latent variable modelling and relative importance analysis. Specifically, leading RS...

Response Shift: A Review of the Literature

Description A number of methods for measuring and detecting response shift have been developed and tested. Our research team conducted a scoping review on the literature on response shift. In this webinar, based on the results of our scoping review, participants will...

The International Society for Quality of Life Research (ISOQOL) is a global community of researchers, clinicians, health care professionals, industry professionals, consultants, and patient research partners advancing health related quality of life research (HRQL).

Together, we are creating a future in which patient perspective is integral to health research, care and policy.