Exhibit and Sponsorship Opportunities

The Society for Medical Decision Making (SMDM) will hold its 18th Biennial European Conference from 14-16 June 2020 in Berlin, Germany at the Langenbeck Virchow Haus. The conference theme is Linking Research to Evidence-Based Action for Patients, Providers and Policy Decision Makers.

We are estimating 250-350 attendees from a variety of backgrounds and academic disciplines. SMDM events bridge the communications gap between academic researchers, practitioners, consumers and policy makers. The SMDM European Conference will bring together high-quality oral and poster presentations from all disciplines involved in the study of decision making in health and medicine, including evidence-based medicine and public health, patient & stakeholder preferences and engagement, psychology, cognition science, shared decision making, decision modeling, outcomes research, epidemiology, health economics, health care management, policy research, health technology assessment, health informatics, health ethics and law, and others. All decisions regarding scientific content and speaker selection are made by the SMDM European Conference Planning Committee.

Exhibit space is limited to table top only. Exhibits will be located in the reception area where SMDM attendees will be congregating. Exhibitor registration, continental breakfast, coffee breaks and lunch are included.

Exhibit Hours are as follows:

Sunday 14 June 2020    SMDM Welcome Reception                    17:30 - 19:00
Monday 15 June 2020   SMDM European Conference Day One  08:00 - 18:00
Tuesday 16 June 2020  SMDM European Conference Day Two   07:30 - 17:30

Note: All times are tentative and will be finalized in the months leading up to the conference. Please check the current schedule on the 18th Biennial European Conference homepage.

If you have questions on exhibitor/sponsorship opportunities, please contact info@smdm.org


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