​Submissions are now due 29 January 2024

Submissions remain open through 29 January for 2024 Annual Conference workshop proposals and symposium abstracts. The conference theme is All different together: Showcasing variety of QOL research. The 2024 Annual Conference will be held 13-16 October 2024, in Cologne, Germany.* Visit the conference website for further event details.

Submissions related to the theory, methods, and application of health related quality of life research are encouraged but not required for workshops or symposia. Researchers, students, clinicians, regulatory agency professionals, industry representatives, and patient research partners are all encouraged to submit abstracts for consideration.

Workshop proposal and symposium abstract submissions are now due on 29 January 2024.

*Please note that by submitting an abstract for consideration, all presenters acknowledge that they are expected to travel to Cologne, Germany to present their research in-person. Hybrid/virtual options will not be offered at this meeting.

Call for Volunteers: 2024 Annual Conference Abstract Reviewers​

Abstract reviewers serve a vital role in the scientific program planning process by ensuring the quality of educational content presented at the 2024 Annual Conference. Serving as a reviewer is an excellent way to build your resume, share your expertise, and support ISOQOL. The time commitment is low, but the impact is high!

ISOQOL is seeking reviewers for all 2024 Annual Conference abstracts. Volunteers may choose which presentation types they would like to review; review periods and further details are listed on the conference website. Abstract review is completed through an online platform. All interested reviewers received a survey to indicate their review strengths. If you are interested in being a reviewer and did not receive the survey, please complete the form online here.

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.