The combination of short-courses, symposia and research presentations continues to foster lively debates and deeper understandings of how our scientific research can be applied to improve care. Whether through decision modeling approaches, bedside studies of patient preferences, or exploration of decision psychology, SMDM can bring innovative and disruptive changes to healthcare.
This meeting intends to help talented researchers, clinicians, and trainees communicate their findings to a broader audience. Meeting attendees will enjoy opportunities to interact with leaders in implementation, communication and the other areas encompassed by medical decision making. Attendees will be exposed to new ideas, hear from thought leaders and will be able to share their own insights with a receptive audience.
The spirit of the Show Me state is the spirit of implementation. Implementation is ultimately how we show others how our work can be applied in practice. This meeting will be a gateway to new frontiers in healthcare science.
Abstract submissions for oral and poster sessions and short courses will open March 6, 2015 with a deadline of May 22, 2015. Learn more about submitting an abstract
Scott LaJoie, PhD, MSPH
James Stahl, MD, MPH