09/19: ISQOLS Conference Granada (Keldenich)
ISQOLS - International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies
Established in 1995, the International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies (ISQOLS) is a global organization with a mission to promote and encourage research in the field of quality-of-life (QOL), happiness, and wellbeing studies. In the last 20 years, ISQOLS has become a globally-recognized professional organization, with its own publications, journals, conferences, and identity. ISQOLS mission focusses on creating a paradigm shift within traditional academic disciplines and to transform "Quality-of-Life" studies into an academic discipline in its own right. The goal is to establish academic degree programs, departments, and schools within institutions of higher education worldwide, all focussed on the science of well-being. The ultimate goal is to help with the creation, dissemination, and utilization of knowledge of the science of wellbeing across all walks of life. Our society is comprised of researchers, practitioners, professionals, students, retirees, statisticans, faculty, and people of all ages from all parts of the world, with an interest in exploring quality-of-life, happiness, and wellbeing.
- to provide an organization through which all academic and professional researchers interested in QOL studies may coordinate their efforts to advance the field of QOL studies within various disciplines.
- to stimulate interdisciplinary research in QOL studies within managerial (policy), behavioral, social, medical, and environmental sciences.
- to develop closer liaisons with other organizations associated with QOL studies to help develop a network of QOL researchers and organizations world-wide.
The link to the conference 2019 can be found here.