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EUROQOL | Webinars

If you are interested in organizing and hosting a webinar in the EuroQol Webinar Series, please complete your webinar details in the EuroQol Webinar Application Form and submit it to webinars@euroqol.org. You will be contacted for further information shortly after the submission has been received.

Check out scheduled EuroQol Webinars below!

Date Time  Title Description
27/02/23 20:00 CET When and how to use qualitative research methods: The importance of methodological coherence Description: Qualitative research is a form of scientific inquiry with a distinct methodological approach that explores human problems. It is naturalistic, interpretative, and inductive. It helps answer questions that quantitative research methods cannot address. To achieve a high-quality study, the qualitative method must fit the research question and be methodologically coherent. This 60-minute webinar will cover when to use qualitative inquiry and describe methodological coherence, with concrete examples relevant to the EuroQol group. After this webinar, the audience will be able to:

  • Identify research questions that are most appropriately answered using a qualitative approach,
  • Describe how slight differences in research questions or purpose of a study changes the method used, and
  • Understand the importance of methodological coherence in qualitative studies.Are you interested in learning more about qualitative research, like when should it be used or if there’s any logic behind the methods used? Join us for this introductory webinar on qualitative research; all levels of experience are welcome.

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EuroQol PhD Network | Webinars

Check out the upcoming PhD Network webinars below:

Date Time  Title Description
16/02/23 22:00 CET Choice analysis in health valuation Maksat Jumamyradov (University of South Florida, Tampa, USA) will present his three recent papers on choice analysis in health valuation, describing biases in conditional and mixed logit estimates when preferences are heterogeneous. After his presentation, he will answer questions from a discussant (to be named) and attendees. To volunteer to present at a future webinar, please contact the co-chairs via email (phdnetwork@euroqol.org).

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April 2023 TBD Inclusion of the EQ-5D on clinical dashboards Anja Yvonne Bischof (University of St. Gallen, St. Gallen, Switzerland) will present her recent research on the inclusion of the EQ-5D on clinical dashboards in combination with disease-specific patient-reported outcomes measures. A second student (to be named) may also present. After their brief presentations, they will answer questions from discussants (to be named) and attendees. To volunteer to present at a future webinar, please contact the co-chairs via email (phdnetwork@euroqol.org).

Register here: TBD

May 2023 TBD An introduction to the EuroQol Office This Core Knowledge Panel (90 min) will introduce the EuroQol Office and its operations (panelists to be named). Each panelist will provide a brief summary from their roles and area as well as answer questions from the discussants and attendees. The Core Knowledge Panels are tailored for early career researchers (ECRs) interested in becoming more involved in EuroQol research.

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June 2023 TBD Statistical methods for analyzing EQ-5D-5L data in randomized clinical trials Jiajun Yan (McMaster University, Toronto, Canada) will present “statistical methods for analyzing EQ-5D-5L data in randomized clinical trials.” A second student (to be named) may also present. After their brief presentations, they will answer questions from discussants (to be named) and attendees. To volunteer to present at a future webinar, please contact the co-chairs via email (phdnetwork@euroqol.org).

Register here: TBD

 

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