Late abstract submissions are now open for poster consideration at the 2023 Annual Conference. Abstracts will be peer reviewed and subject to selection. Accepted abstracts will be presented as traditional posters during the Annual Conference and published in the Quality of Life Research Journal Abstract Supplement.
All submissions related to the theory, methods, and application of health related quality of life research are welcome. There are no limitations based on “late-breaking” research. All presenters are expected to travel to Calgary, Alberta, Canada to present their research in person.
Deadlines for late abstracts are firm and will not be extended.
- 7 July: Late abstract submissions deadline
- 14 August: Late abstract submission presenters notify their intent to present and purchase conference registration
We invite you to submit a late abstract, or share this message with your colleagues and mentees and encourage them to submit!
Please note: Starting in 2024, the late submissions will be phased out and the ISOQOL Office will no longer be accepting late-breaking abstracts nor general abstracts after the spring submission deadline.
Reminder: Registration Now Open
Registration for the 30th Annual Conference in Calgary, Alberta, Canada is officially open!
This year’s conference theme is 30 Years of ISOQOL: Quality of Life – making it relevant.
Early Bird Registration closes 28 June 2023, so be sure to purchase registration before then to lock in last year’s rate.
Program Page Now Available
The 2023 Annual Conference Program webpage includes information about plenary topics and speakers, workshops, roundtables, symposia and more.
The overall conference schedule is available on the Schedule at a Glance page to help you plan your conference experience.
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.