Winding back the harms of too much medicine
Jayant Vaidya – The TARGIT trial and the chance confirmation of the hazards of over-diagnosis when screening for breast cancer
Aaron Lear – Does admission of low risk chest pain patients lead to unnecessary coronary angiography?
Agnish Nayak – What is the evidence for legacy effects of statins? A Systematic Review
Anne Katrine Bie – Why do some colorectal cancer screening participants choose not to undergo colonoscopy following a positive test result?
Astridur Stefansdottir – Why are fat people the focus of medical attention?
Barbara Dunn – Overdiagnosis in Genetic Screening: Uncertainty
Barry Kramer – Policy Strategies for De-implementation: Challenges in the Setting of Overdiagnosis
Benjamin Cook – Are Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Youth Psychotropic Medication Due to Overuse by Whites?
Brett Thombs – There is Not Evidence that “Screening” with Self-Report Questionnaires for Presently Experienced Health Problems and Symptoms Improves Health
Brooke Nickel – Stories of overdiagnosis: men’s experiences of choosing not to have surgery for prostate cancer
Brooke Nickel – Words do matter: a systematic review on how different terminology for the same condition influences treatment preferences
Cari Almazán – How to avoid unnecessary care
Carlo Liverani – Innapropriate use of HPV testing among Italian gynecologists
Caterina Vicens – Evaluation of a multifactorial intervention to reduce benzodiazepine use in primary care. A randomized cluster clinical trial. Study protocol.
Charlotte Lunde – The making of a patient
Cinzia Colombo – Citizen juries to inform healthcare policy decisions
Claudia Wild – Appropriateness of MRI in Austria: Identification of overuse
Corine Mouton Dorey – Overdiagnosis and Big Data: An ethical perspective
Daniel Reuland - Effects of a lung cancer screening decision aid on overdiagnosis knowledge and screening intent in primary care patients
David Warriner – Defining response & reducing harms from clinical therapies: Lessons from CRT
Dawnelle Topstad – An Escalating in Canada 1970–2012 Thyroid Cancer Epidemic
Donatella Sghedoni – Doing More does not mean Doing Better Project
Donatella Sghedoni – “Doing more does not meaning do better” Project: some ambiguities may not prevent overdiagnosis and overtreatment
Elizabeth Thomas – The prevalence of incidental breast cancer and neoplastic precursors: A systematic review of autopsy studies
Eric Coon - Overdiagnosis of Coronary Artery Abnormalities among Children with Kawasaki Disease
Fiona Miller – Informally regulated innovation systems: Challenges for responsible innovation in diagnostics
Gari Blumberg – Who chooses laboratory tests? The physician or the computer?
Gary Schwitzer – Pernicious Promotion of Overdiagnosis – Public Relations News Releases
Helen Macdonald – BMJ Breakfast Session
Ian Scott – Underuse of risk assessment and overuse of CTPA in patients with suspected pulmonary thromboembolism
Ian Scott – Unnecessary hospitalisation and investigation of low risk patients presenting to hospital with chest pain
Jack Bedeman – Living on benefits: How cancer screening is portrayed in the UK national press Running title: ‘Overdiagnosis coverage in the media
Jacobo Mendioroz – Diagnostic Quality Standards (DQS) Reducing overdiagnosis in primary health care.
Jacobo Mendioroz – Prescription Quality Standards (PQS) Reducing overdiagnosis in primary health care.
James Rickert – An Innovative Patient-Centered Precertification and Data Collection Process for Total Joint Replacements
Jessica Otte – Exploring global variation in terminology pertaining to ‘preventing overdiagnosis’
Johanna Caro Mendivelso – Impact of ESSENCIAL recommendations in primary care
Jolyn Hersch – 12-Month Follow-Up Effects of Overdetection Information in a Breast Screening Decision Aid Trial
Juame_Galceran – Estimation of the Effect of Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) Test on Prostate Cancer Incidence, Survival and Prevalence in Tarronga, Spain
Juan Victor Ariel Franco – Identificación de discrepancias en listados de medicación y prescripciones potencialmente inadecuadas: estudio de corte transversal en ancianos polimedicados
Kathrin Schlobler – A German Decision Aid to use within pre-screening discussions
Kuniyoshi Hayashi – Measurement error of HbA1c for screening for type 2 diabetes among healthy Japanese adults
Lindy Willmott – Reasons doctors provide ‘futile’ treatment at the end of life: An Australian qualitative study
Luca Iaboli - DOCTOR G, a graphic medicine project promoting statistical literacy to contrast overdiagnosis
Martin Whitely – The Rise and Fall of Child ADHD Prescribing in Perth Western Australia – Lessons Learned in Isolation
Montserrat Rue – Towards a better paradigm for breast cancer screening
Moriah Ellen – Addressing ‘Overuse’ in Health Systems: A Critical Interpretive Synthesis
Natalie Armstrong – Trial participation as a strategy to avoid overdiagnosis
Nuria Molist – A Patient-Centered Prescription Model assessing the appropriateness of chronic drug therapy in older patients
Pamela Marcus – Cancer overdiagnosis: Discussing our disagreements
Paul Levin – Penny Wise Pound Foolish: The Fifteen Minute Office Visit
Per-Henrik Zahl – Overdiagnosis of Clinicllay Irrelevant Cancer
Peter Whitehouse – Amyloid PET Scans: Another Expensive Imaging Test We Don’t Need?
Pierre Massion - Molecular characterization of early stage lung adenocarcinoma
Robert Gelfand – Overdiagnosis of Overweight and Obesity: Cultural Dogma Trumps Evidence-Based Medicine
Ronen Bareket Schonbe – Automated Prediction of Life Expectancy?
Roser Valles Fernandez – Deprescribing drugs that do not provide benefit to the patient
Russel Harris – Case Study #1: Patient and Provider Targeted Strategies for De-‐Implementation
Ruth Etzioni – Estimating Overdiagnosis from Trials and Populations
Samanta Adomaviciute – Evaluation of the impact of medical and policy reviews in tackling overtreatment in musculoskeletal conditions using a predictive modelling approach
Saurabh Jha – Overdiagnosis and Radiologists
Saurabh Jha – Overdiagnosis: The Solutions
Susann Schaffer – Antibiotics for acute cough in general practice. Differences between high and low prescribers
Timothy Wilt – Clinical Guidelines and Recommendations from the American College of Physicians
Valentina Rapuano – Member Risk Model: A method to reduce over utilisation by predicting high cost claimants
Wynne Norton – De-Implementation: Exploring Multi-Level Strategies for Reducing Overdiagnosis and Overtreatment
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