The Netherlands Comprehensive Cancer Organisation (IKNL) and the University of Twente (UT) cordially invite you to the symposium ‘Data-driven risk-based decisions’ that will be organized prior to the doctoral defense of Tom Hueting, working at Evidencio and PhD candidate at the University of Twente, where he will defend his thesis: ‘Developing, validating, and evaluating clinical prediction models in breast and prostate cancer’. With this symposium, the (IKNL and the UT wish to provide insight into the value of 'real world' data in supporting decisions in oncological care.
A selection of topics covered during the symposium:
- Necessary translation of predictions to patient management via risk thresholds to health outcomes and costs
- Interpretation of prediction models; the limitations and the opportunities
- Evidencio: an online platform for making prediction models available, dissemination, validation and implementation.
Key-players in the field of research and clinical practice will guide you through these different subjects.
- Prof.dr. S. Siesling, clinical epidemiologist, IKNL/ Professor of Outcomes Research and Personalised Cancer Care, University of Twente (UT)
- Prof. dr. M.A.W. Merkx, chairman of the board IKNL, Professor Trends & Patterns in Cancer and Care, IQ health, Radboudumc
- Dr.ir. H. Koffijberg, Associate Professor and chair of the department of Health Technology and Services Research
- Prof. dr. E.W. Steyerberg, Professor of clinical biostatistics and medical decision-making/ Department head Biomedical Data Sciences, LUMC/Erasmus MC
- Prof. dr. ir. A.L.A.J. Dekker, Professor Clinical Data Science, MUMC and medical physicist, MAASTRO
- Prof. dr. J.E.A. Portielje, Professor of internal oncology, (Leids Universitair Medisch Centrum (LUMC)
- Prof. dr. H.G. van der Poel, Professor of image-guided surgical urology, Antoni van Leeuwenhoek (AvL)
- Dr. M.C. van Maaren, postdoctoral researcher, IKNL/UT
- Dr. R.G. Pleijhuis, internist-allergologist/immunologist, UMCG and Chief Medical Officer, Evidencio
Subsequently at 16.45 hrs. Tom Hueting will defend his thesis.
The symposium is of interest for researchers, care providers, general practitioners, nurse specialists, nurses in oncological care, board members of patient associations and directors, managers and policy officers
We have a limit of 100 live attendees at the TechMed Centre, so register now to ensure your seat.
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