17th Biennial European Conference
Special Focus on Personalized and Value-Based Health Care
Short Courses will be held on Sunday 10 June 2018 at Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC).
The General Conference will be held from 11 - 12 June 2018 at the Stadsgehoorzaal, located on Breestrat 60, 2311 CS Leiden, The Netherlands.
Call for Abstracts, Short Courses and Workshops are now open.
The deadline to submit proposals for abstracts, short courses and workshops is Monday 5 February 2018.
The Society for Medical Decision Making is pleased to announce its 17th Biennial SMDM European Conference will be held 10-12 June, 2018 in Leiden, The Netherlands. Leiden is a beautiful historic city, and only 20 minutes by direct train from Schiphol International Airport.
For decades, SMDM members have sought to improve decision making, incorporating the strength of current evidence and methods to weigh risks and benefits from the perspectives of the individual, health system, and society. The 2018 conference special focus is on Personalized and Value-Based Health Care.
Our aim is to bring together high quality oral and poster presentations from health services research, psychology, epidemiology, health economics, and other scientific disciplines involved in the study of medical decision making. The combination of short courses, symposia and research presentations continues to foster lively debates and deeper understandings of how our scientific research can be applied to improve care.
Conference attendees will enjoy opportunities to interact with leaders in prediction and decision modelling, cost-effectiveness analysis, implementation research, shared decision making, and the other areas encompassed by medical decision making, as well as with policy makers at both the hospital and national level.
Conference Co-Chairs: Anne M. Stiggelbout, PhD and Ewout W. Steyerberg, PhD
Short Course Co-Chairs: Hilary Bekker, PhD and Elske van den Akker-van Marle, PhD
More information will be posted to this webpage in the coming months.
MDM offers rigorous and systematic approaches to decision making that are designed to improve the health and clinical care of individuals and to assist with health policy development.