Quality of Life is Not a Measurable Outcome, is a play written and performed by Jamie Hale.

Fusing poetry, monologue, and theatre, with the oppressive panopticons of medical and panel-based social care assessments, it follows Jamie after their survival of near-death illness. It is both a manifesto of change – boldly highlighting the way disableism sears across their life, limiting their independence and autonomy – and a love letter to wholeness, queer sex, and the bold, transgressive act of living joyfully as a disabled person.