Center Faculty and Colleagues Well Represented at SMDM Meeting

By | October 24, 2006

Center faculty, co-investigators, and students were well represented at the annual meeting of the International Society for Medical Decision Making meetings in Boston, October 15-18th. Collectively, Center faculty and colleagues presented 11 abstracts, two short courses, and chaired the plenary symposium that focused on the meetingÕs theme: ÒReal-Time Clinical Decision Support to Improve Quality of CareÓ. Of special note, the pre-meeting course: ÒMethods for Cluster Randomized Trials of Clinical Decision SupportÓ, directed by Randall Cebul along with Center colleagues Neal Dawson and Tom Love, won the ÒBest Short CourseÓ award from among 19 courses offered by SMDM members worldwide.(posted 10/2006) International Society for Medical Decision Making, 11 abstracts