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Todd Edwards

For the past 19 years Dr. Edwards has developed patient- and caregiver-reported measures of signs/symptoms, function, and quality of life for assessing treatment outcomes across a broad range of health conditions and populations. A focus of his work has been on stigmatizing conditions affecting children and adolescents, including facial malformations, early puberty, deafness and hard-of-hearing and obesity. Dr. Edwards teaches the course in Assessing Outcomes in Health and Medicine at the University of Washington. He is currently PI of a NIDCR-funded project to develop and test observational outcomes for young children with cleft lip and palate. Dr. Edwards is a founding member of the Seattle Quality of Life Group, whose mission is to support integration of patient-centered measures into health care and to facilitate translation of research evidence into policies and practices that promote health and quality of lif​e.

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