Dates for your diary! EuroQol webinar series kicks-off on 30 July 2021, 16:30 CEST
A series of concise webinars is being developed by the EuroQol Education and Outreach Working Group. Depending on the topic, some webinars will be open to all interested researchers, others are limited to EuroQol Members only. Dates have been agreed for the first three webinars:
|30/07/21||16:30 CEST||Preference paths and their kaizen tasks for health valuation||Benjamin Craig||Zoom link
Meeting number: 841 3721 6433
|24/08/21||16:00 CEST||IP protection and EuroQol instruments: why is this important?||Bernhard Slaap|
|22/10/21||16:30 CEST||The Toddler and Infant (TANDI) Health Related Quality of Life measure for children aged 1-36 months||Janine Verstraete|
Information about the first event in the webinar series is provided below. Further information about future webinars will be communicated nearer the time and will also be made available on the EuroQol website. If you would like to present your study or research idea as a webinar, please contact Zhihao Yang.
Webinar 1: Preference paths and their kaizen tasks for health valuation
When: 30th July 2021, 16:30 CEST (duration: 1 hour)
• Associate Prof. Benjamin Craig, Department of Economics, University of South Florida
• Dr. Kim Rand, Health Services Research Center, Akershus University Hospital, Lørenskog, Norway and Maths in Health B.V., Rotterdam, the Netherlands
• Dr. John Hartman, Department of Health Science and Administration, University of West Florida, Pensacola, Florida, USA.
Health valuation currently lacks a form of evidence that is well suited for small samples (e.g., 20 patients). A preference path is a sequence of two or more choices showing the evolution of an object following an adaptive process (i.e., continuous improvement). This webinar will introduce preference paths and their kaizen tasks, demonstrate how to collect and analyse their evidence using a small sample, and discuss future research projects.
Researchers conducting health valuation or health preference studies in small samples may find this webinar of particular interest.
The webinar can be accessed on Zoom using the following meeting link and password:
- Zoom link
- Meeting number: 841 3721 6433
- Password: EuroQol