ScHARR Outcomes is a group of leading international researchers in the area of measuring and valuing health, quality of life and wellbeing, particularly for use in health technology assessment. They specialise in the development of patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) that measure the health and/or quality of life of people for particular conditions or populations, and valuation or analysis of existing measures to enable them to be used to generate QALYs (quality adjusted life years) to inform health technology assessment.


Researchers from ScHARR Outcomes work on projects funded from a wide range of sources including research councils, government departments, charities, consultancy firms and pharmaceutical companies.


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