Key Note Speakers Confirmed

Otis Brawley - Chief Medical & Scientific Officer & Executive Vice President of the American Cancer Society
Virginia Moyer - American Board of Pediatrics
Alan Schwarz - The New York Times
Laura Esserman - Director UCSF Carol Franc Buck Breast Care Center
Hyeong Sik Ahn - Chairman of the Department of Preventive Medicine Korea University
Cynthia Pearson - Executive Director National Womens health Network
Ned Calonge - The Colorado Trust
John Brodersen - Associate Professor University of Copenhagen
Ina Kopp - Director of the German Association of the Scientific Medical Societies´ Institute of Medical Knowledge-Management
Steve Woloshin - The Dartmouth Institute
Lisa Schwartz - The Dartmouth Institute
Ray Moynihan - Author, journalist and senior research fellow, Bond University

PODC2015 Medical and Health Science Student Registration

50 reduced rate places have been made available for Medical and Health Science students.

These places can be booked at a fee of £95 ($143) on a first come first served basis. You will be asked to confirm your student status during registration, please add your current role, organisation and student number if appropriate.

PODC2015 Accepting Bursary Applications

We are pleased to announce that we have funding to support five bursaries to attend Preventing Overdiagnosis 2015.

To apply please email a brief application using the following structure to info@preventingoverdiagnosis.net accompanied with a CV.

– Your current position and any work or experience in overdiagnosis or related areas
– How you would use what you learned from attending PODC2015, for future work?
– Your organisation and country

Closing date of midnight May 27th successful applicants informed w/c June 1st

Travel funds are still under review, successful applicants will be informed of full bursary cover at the time of notification.

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