Personal Outcome Measures® have been used for decades to understand and measure individually-defined quality of life. To continuously improve upon this critical tool for person-centered discovery, CQL | The Council on Quality and Leadership conducted a validity and reliability assessment. This assessment led to some alterations to the Personal Outcome Measures®.

While the indicators involving 21 quality of life outcomes remained the same, in 2017, they were reorganized into 5 new factors. CQL | The Council on Quality and Leadership hosted a webinar which shared more information about the Personal Outcome Measures®, the 5 factors, and how the change affects you.

In This Webinar

  • CQL’s Personal Outcome Measures®
  • Historical organization of the factors
  • Validity and reliability assessment
  • 5 new factors for the Personal Outcome Measures®
  • Effect on people utilizing Personal Outcome Measures®
  • Connection to CQL’s PORTAL Data System
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Cathy Yadamec

Cathy brings 35 years of experience with strong project management, data, quality assurance, and training skills. These skills are match by her ability to meld local experiences with a national perspective.

Cathy Yadamec