From the Education Committee Chairs

Explore ISOQOL’s E-learning Platform
By Josephine Norquist, MS; Elizabeth (Betsy) Tschosik, PhD; and Pip Griffiths, PhD

In fall of 2021, ISOQOL launched its e-learning platform, which hosts three established education programs: online courses, webinars and virtual symposia.
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   Important Dates

23 December – 2 January:
ISOQOL office closed [Read More]

31 December:
JPRO Call for Papers Submission Deadline – “COVID-19 and patient-reported outcomes” [Read More]

11 January:
ISOQOL 2022 End of Year Membership Survey closes [Read More]

17 January:
Workshop proposals and symposium abstract submissions are due [Read More]

   Science TALK

Determining the most important research topics for dementia care [Read More]

PROMs evaluating postpartum maternal HRQL [Read More]

Stakeholder-informed recommendations for national collection of electronic patient-reported outcomes for people with chronic kidney disease in the UK [Read More]

Validity arguments for patient-reported outcomes: justifying the intended interpretation and use of data [Read More]

   Members TALK

2022 President’s Award Presentation – Madeleine King, PhD [View Video]

Get to Know Antonia Bennett – Departing ISOQOL Board Member Spotlight [Read More]

Get to Know Nalin Payakachat – Departing ISOQOL Board Member Spotlight [Read More]

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