ICED Seminar Series presents:
Measuring quality of life in different contexts, and implications for evaluation
Joint seminar with the Centre for Evaluation
Date: 25th January 2017
Time: 12.45pm – 2pm
Venue: LG4, Tavistock Place, LSHTM
About the seminar:
Quality of life is an important measure of wellbeing. The challenges of measuring quality of life are met by researchers in a number of fields, using innovative methods. In this seminar, co-organised by the International Centre for Evidence in Disability and the Centre for Evaluation, researchers at LSHTM will share experiences of measuring quality of life, accounting for context, and recommendations for best practices. The seminar will include a number of ‘speed talks’ and ample time for discussion. All welcome!
If coming from outside the school, please sign in at reception when you arrive, and a member from the Disability Centre will be waiting in the foyer to accompany you to the theatre.
For more information about the International Centre for Evidence in Disability (ICED), including the full schedule of seminars in the series, please see our website at: http://disabilitycentre.lshtm.ac.uk/
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