Outcomes Seminars

SCHARR Outcomes will host a series of seminars throughout the course of the year where invited speakers or members of the group will present work or lead discussion. The seminars are open to staff and students at the University of Sheffield and those interested in the research area. If you would like to attend one of the seminars, please contact Clara Mukuria with details of the seminar you would like to attend. We are also interested in hearing from you if you would like to present at a future seminar.  

Outcomes seminar schedule 2024

Time / Date    

Speaker 

Institution  

Title 

25th July 2024 - 13:00-13:30

Ben White

Survey Engine

Fraudsters are People too!

4th Sept 2024 - 15:00-15:30

Chris Evans

Lumanity

Hot topics at the FDA on Clinical Outcomes Assessments 

22nd Oct 2024 - 10:00-10:30

Sander Boxebeld

Erasmus University Rotterdam

Participatory Value Evaluation (PVE): (recent) past, present & future

Previous seminars

18th June 2024 - 13:00-14:00

Kaspar Meili

Department of Epidemiology and Global Health, Umeå University

CALY-SWE: A capability-based QoL outcome measure for economic evaluations of broader social welfare

30th April 2024 - 13:00-13:30

Jane Ireson

Weston Park Cancer Centre

Development and integration of an ePROM into a nurse-led rare cancer pathway

1st February 2024 - 13:00-13:30

Tom Jenkins

Department of Psychology, University of Bath

Development of the Dehumanisation in Psychosis Scale (DiPS)

31st October 2023 -  13:00-13:30

Alex van Heusden

Health Economics Unit at the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, University of Melbourne

Psychometric comparisons of the adapted EQ-5D-Y for 2-4 year olds.

11th Sept 2023 - 13:00-13:30

Maja Kuharic 

Department of Medical Social Sciences, Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University

Care Recipient Self-Perceived Burden to Caregivers: Emerging Construct to Inform Health and Social Care

20th July 2023 - 13:00-13:30

Fiona Gilchrist 

School of Clinical Dentistry, UoS

Routine implementation of PROMs in paediatric dentistry