Quality of Life Office
The Quality of Life (QOL) Office is funded by Cancer Australia as part of the Support for Clinical Trials Program. The QOL Office is directed by the Cancer Australia Chair in Cancer Quality of Life (QOL Chair), Professor Madeleine King, and is based at the University of Sydney.
The QOL Office aims to provide members of the 13 National Cancer Cooperative Trials Groups (CCTGs) access to high quality, expert advice and technical support services relating to the design, measurement, analysis and interpretation of QOL endpoints in trials led by the CCTGs.
The QOL Office offers a number of services, including:
- educational training workshops
- online resources
- advisory services
What is health-related quality of life and patient-reported outcomes?
A person's Health-Related Quality of Life (HRQOL) is influenced by their lived experience of illness across a broad range of dimensions. more...
The Quality of Life Office has developed a number of resources to assist you with your research.
PoD is a searchable online database that contains information about more than 350 validated patient reported outcome measures of health-related quality of life, psychological morbidity, psychological constructs and styles, unmet needs, satisfaction with services and social support and functioning in people with cancer and their families.
Quality of Life Office Workshops
This page includes notices about upcoming workshops run by the Quality of Life Office. more...
Got a question?
Staff at the QOL Office are available to answer any questions that CCTG members may have concerning the design, assessment, analysis, interpretation or reporting of QOL in oncology.
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Collaborate with us
We'd also be delighted to discuss ideas for collaborative research projects that have a PRO/QOL component. Please email email@example.com.