From the Annual Conference Co-Chairs
Scientific content of the 2022 Annual Conference
By Lene Kongsgaard Nielsen, MD PhD, and Kathrin Fischer, MSc PhD
We are very honored to be the scientific program committee co-chairs of the ISOQOL 29th Annual Conference.
Live Webinar – Traversing the Last Mile for Regulatory Qualification of Sensor-derived Digital Endpoints [Read More]
Turbo Charging the Development of Digital Health Technologies through Pre-competitive Collaboration and Internal Upskilling [Read More]
Annual Conference registration & access to the digital poster hall closes [Read More]
The PRO ethics guidelines: Ethical considerations for PRO clinical research to promote and protect participant and researcher welfare [Read More]
Well-being Trajectories of Cancer Patients Undergoing Radiation Therapy: One treatment Does Not Fit All [Read More]
Developing a measure to assess individual well-being [Read More]
As easy as 1, 2? Exploring a 2-step screening approach for depressive symptoms in liver transplant recipients [Read More]
Repercussions of COVID-19: Prioritization of surgeries during times with scarce resources [Read More]
IN SEARCH OF THE HOLY GRAIL OF GRAPHS: Is there a best way to visualize clinical trial PRO results to patients? Findings from a literature search [Read More]
A Scoping review of PROMs as prognostic factors in non-small cell lung cancer [Read More]
Mental and social health of children and adolescents in the Dutch general population before and during the COVID-19 pandemic [Read More]
A simple patient-reported score, an unexpected recovery indicator [Read More]
Health related quality of life in parents of adolescents one year into the COVID-19 pandemic: A two-year longitudinal study [Read More]
Shifting perspective: facilitating response shift [Read More]
Development and Validation of the Patient-reported Outcome for Elderly HIV (EPRO-HIV) [Read More]
The Hypo-RESOLVE quality of life (QOL) instrument: A study protocol for the development of a new preference-based measure designed to capture the impact of hypoglycaemia on QOL [Read More]
Consistency Analysis of Perioperative Self-reported Pain Scores and Clinical Records in Patients with Lung Cancer [Read More]
Strategies used to engage children in health research, and the challenges to be faced [Read More]
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