Preventing Overdiagnosis is pleased to announce the 2017 international conference will be delivered in both French and English.
Hosted by the Quebec Medical Association (QMA) at the City Convention Centre this will be the first bi-lingual conference on Overuse and Too Much Medicine.
Simultaneous translation will be available for all main plenary sessions on the conference schedule.
Abstracts are being accepted in French and English and we will add a French speaking thread to run through the whole three day programme.
Registration is OPEN with reduced fees on offer for all medical & health science students and citizen-patient participants.
The 2017 conference programme will be a mix plenaries, debates, parallel sessions and posters showcasing some of the best research on Overuse and Too Much Medicine currently taking place across the globe.
We very much hope you are able to join us.
Please refer to more web pages for details on Quebec City, accommodation and travel.
3 minute quick fire “elevator pitches” will take place on each day of the conference. Elevator pitches can be accompanied by 1 slide.
Oral presentations are allocated 15 minutes (10 + 5) and will be categorised theme. Where time allows there will be a brief group discussion at the end of the completed session.
Posters will need to be on display across all three days of the conference with opportunities to present to the delegation during the conference.
Poster board space is 2m (200cm) tall by 1m (100cm) wide – the recommended size is A0 (33.1” x 46.8”). Format is portrait.
90 minutes generally be led by 2-4 people. Aimed to encourage discussion on a certain topic after a 20 min introduction from the facilitator who also acts as a chair to keep the discussion focused on the original topic.
90 minutes generally be led by 2-4 people. Workshops should have set aims and outcomes for the attendees.