Preventing Overdiagnosis Conference


OD LOGO 2014Preventing Overdiagnosis 2015 Conference

September 1-3, 2015
Bethesda, MD, U.S.

Join over 400 scientists, clinicians, policy makers and consumer advocates at the 2015 Preventing Overdiagnosis conference in Bethesda, Maryland USA. Preventing Overdiagnosis is a partnership with, NIH National Cancer Institute, The Dartmouth Institute, The BMJ, Bond University, the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine and the leading New-York based consumer organisation Consumer Reports. The 2015 conference is hosted by the National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute
Venue –  NIH Bethesda campus. Building 45; William H. Natcher Building.

Register here.

There are 50 reduced rate places 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, organization and student number if appropriate.

The following keynote speakers are 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


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