The Measurement ISIG promotes development and application of high-quality instruments used to improve care, healthcare delivery and public health. We seek to build the capacity of rehabilitation providers to select, use and interpret outcome measures to inform evidence-based practice and policy. We advance research and education by connecting peers, researchers and presenters from all over the world. We have 7 task forces which provides opportunity to network, publish and present findings. Please join us to learn more about the M-ISIG!
Describe activities available in the Measurement Interdisciplinary Special Interest Group.
Identify task forces of interest to participate on.
Introduce and network with current members of the Measurement Interdisciplinary Special Interest Group.