Meetings

The following is a list of upcoming meetings and conferences. SMDM meetings provide a highly interactive forum for discussion of novel research based on decision and behavior theory and analytical models applied to health related decisions. Presentations or original research, keynote talks, special symposia and short courses offer attendees the opportunity to explore diverse topics in medical decision making.

18th Biennial European Conference

Virtual Meeting
June 07 - June 07, 2021

Linking Research to Evidence-Based Action for Patients, Providers and Policy Decision Makers 

After much deliberation and consideration with respect to COVID-19, SMDM has again decided to postpone the in-person 2021 Berlin European Meeting to 2022.

The good news is that we are planning a virtual European SMDM Spring Event. We are excited to develop new opportunities to connect with our colleagues and provide up-to-date insights into European and international medical decision making topics. Please continue to save the date of 7 June 2021 on your calendars! Details about the 2021 virtual European SMDM Spring Event and new dates for the 2022 European Meeting will be posted as soon as they are confirmed.

If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact us at info@SMDM.org.


 

 

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43rd Annual North American Meeting

Virtual Meeting
October 18 - October 20, 2021

From the Individual to Society: How Systems and Societal Factors Shape Health Care Decisions

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44th Annual North American Meeting

Seattle, WA
October 23 - October 26, 2022

Theme: TBD

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45th Annual North American Meeting

Philadelphia, PA
October 22 - October 25, 2023

Theme: TBD

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Browse Past Meetings

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Member Stories

Shelby D. Reed, PhD
Shelby D. Reed, PhD

"No other meetings compare to SMDM’s."

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MDM Journal

MDM Journal

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.

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