|06/13/2023 - 06/15/2023||Neuruppin||Risk Prediction, Communication and Perception (RiPCoP) in Health June 13-15, 2023.||€100,00 - €150,00||56|
CALL FOR PAPERS for International Workshop on
RISK PREDICTION, COMMUNICATION AND PERCEPTION (RIPCOP) IN HEALTH
Brandenburg Medical School, Neuruppin (60 km from Berlin, Germany)
June 13-15, 2023
Deadline for abstract submission: Mar 7, 2023
The workshop will address how risk prediction can advance a patient-centred health care system. It covers all aspects, from statistical methods for building and validating risk prediction models, presenting and implementing them, to their use by clinicians, patients and the media. Topics include personalised risk communication, risk-based decision-making, how patients and doctors deal with properties of risk models and the uncertainty around predictions, and the real-world outcomes that help evaluate implementations of prediction tools. Risk predictions as a component of medical interventions in health care studies will also be addressed.
Invited speakers (confirmed):
RIPCOP is supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG) and the German Region of the International Biometric Society (IBS), includes a mix of invited and contributed talks and several short courses, is limited to ~60 participants, and offers plenty of opportunities to connect and brainstorm.
Abstracts should be sent by e-mail as Microsoft Word or plain text attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org. Abstracts should include a title of maximally 130 characters and a list of authors and their affiliations. Abstracts should be limited to 350 words (excluding title, authors, affiliations). It is not possible to include figures. Deadline for submission is Mar 7, 2023. Contributed presentations will be selected from submitted abstracts.
Center for Clinical Studies Brandenburg, Brandenburg Medical School, Neuruppin, DE
Michael Hauptmann, Institute of Biostatistics and Registry Research, Brandenburg Medical School, Neuruppin, DE
Felix Rebitschek, Harding Center for Risk Literacy, University of Potsdam, DE
Flora van Leeuwen, Netherlands Cancer Institute Amsterdam, NL
Ruth Pfeiffer, National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, US
Local organizing committee
Silke Köhler, Center for Clinical Studies Brandenburg, Brandenburg Medical School, Neuruppin, DE
Katrin Beck, Campus ACADEMY, Neuruppin, DE
Michael Hauptmann, Brandenburg Medical School, Neuruppin, DE
Neuruppin is a small university town about 60 km northwest of Berlin. Brandenburg Medical School is a young university where physicians and psychologists are trained. The university is located on the historic campus of the University Hospital Ruppin-Brandenburg, a unique landmark. Neuruppin can be reached by airplane via Berlin-Brandenburg airport (BER) and public transportation. To make your ground travel more convenient, we will provide a shuttle bus from and to Berlin airport.
For hotel information, see event summary Event Summary (PDF)
Abstract submission: Feb 1- Mar 7, 2023
Abstract decision: Mar 17, 2023
Registration for presenters only: Mar 18-28, 2023 at early bird rate
Registration for non-presenters: Mar 29-Apr 16, 2023 at early bird rate then regular until full (workshop is limited to ~60 participants)
Online payment is possible at registration, or invoices can be sent. Registration is only final after payment is received.
Early bird registration: EUR 150 (regular), EUR 100 (reduced*)
Regular: EUR 200 (regular), EUR 150 (reduced*)
*Undergraduate and postgraduate students are eligible for reduced registration fees. (Verification at the registration desk)
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