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Understanding Outcomes for People with Long Term Conditions

Quality and Outcomes of person centred care policy Research Unit (QORU) seminar

Date: Friday 11 January 2013 
Time: 2-4pm 
Venue: Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building
Speakers: Professor Ray Fitzpatrick, Professor Julien Forder, Dr Jose M Valderas

A discussion of the use of “outcome” data for long term conditions and what is needed to ensure that policy-makers and practitioners have access to useful information in the future.

Ray Fitzpatrick is professor of primary health and public care at the University of Oxford. Julien Forder is a principal research fellow at the PSSRU LSE. Jose M Valderas is an academic practitioner at the University of Oxford.

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