Session in German!
The German Network for Evidence-Based Medicine (DNEbM) is inviting representatives from Austria, Switzerland and Germany to a special session at which they will have the opportunity to discuss the necessary implementation of evidence-based medicine in the German-speaking region, what they can learn from one another and the further challenges to be met by a rigorous evidence-based health care system. After three brief talks to give impetus to the session, a moderated discussion will take place with additional important policy-makers, stakeholders and researchers.
Speakers for the German Network for Evidence Based Medicine (DNEbM) :
Andrea Siebenhofer-Kroitzsch (Austria) Professor of General Practice and Evidence-based Health Services Research; Director of the Institute of General Practice and Evidence- based Health Services Research at the Medical University Graz, Austria
Fülöp Scheibler (Germany) Deputy Head, Non-Drug Interventions Department; Institute for Quality and Efficiency in Health Care (IQWiG)
Peter Jüni (Switzerland) Professor of Primary Care and Clinical Epidemiology, Director of the Institute of Primary Health Care (BIHAM), University of Bern
Uwe Siebert (Austria) Professor of Public Health (UMIT), Chair of the public health, medical decision making and HTA department, Health & life sciences University Hall in Tirol
Moderation: Roland Schaffler
Politik: Sektionschef Dr. Clemens Martin Auer
Hauptverband der Sozialversicherungsträger: Dr. Gottfried ENDEL
Österreichische Ärztekammer: Präsident der Salzburger Ärztekammer Dr. Karl Forstner
IQWiG: PD Dr. Stefan Sauerland
LBI-HTA: PD Dr. Claudia Wild