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2011-02-04

Focus on diagnostic studies

4. Discussion forum on benefit assessments in the health care system

1. Methodological aspects in the evaluation of diagnostic methods

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Diagnostic studies: methodological challenges and definitions of terms (German)

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PD (Private Lecturer) Dr Dirk Stengel Accident Hospital Berlin, Centre for Clinical Research, dirk.stengel(AT)ukb.de

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Transferability of diagnostic studies - Statistics, bias and estimation of diagnostic accuracy

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Professor Dr Jos Kleijnen Kleijnen Systematic Reviews Ltd, York, United Kingdom, jos(AT)systematic-reviews.com

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Benefit of diagnostic tests - from surrogate to patient relevance (German)

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Dr Sandra Janatzek Medical Review Board of the Central Federal Association of the Health Insurance Funds, s.janatzek(AT)mds-ev.com

2. Diagnostic methods - experiences from clinical practice and a view of the future

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Reliability of molecular tumour markers in children with medulloblastoma - an example from clinical practice (German)

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Dr Stefan Pfister Molecular Genetics, German Cancer Research Centre, Heidelberg, s.pfister(AT)dkfz.de

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Patient stratification: Interactions between diagnostics and therapy (German)

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Professor Dr Hans-Joachim Trampisch Ruhr University Bochum, Department of Medical Informatics, Biometry and Epidemiology, hans.j.trampisch(AT)ruhr-uni-bochum.de

3. Comments

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Diagnostics at any cost - How much (diagnostic) knowledge does a good physician need? (German)

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Professor Dr Norbert Donner-Banzhoff Philipps University Marburg, Department of General Medicine, norbert(AT)staff.uni-marburg.de

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The value of knowing and not knowing (German)

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Professor Dr Bettina Schöne-Seifert University of Münster, Institute of Ethics, bseifert(AT)uni-muenster.de

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Does a gain in knowledge without medical consequences mean that SHI is obliged to provide services? (German)

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Simone Wejda - from a patient perspective BAG-Substantive, SubstantiveSpeaker for the patient representatives, Sub-Committee for Methods Evaluation of the Federal Joint Committee, wejda(AT)arcor.de

Does a gain in knowledge without medical consequences mean that SHI is obliged to provide services? (German)

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Dr. Dominik Roters - from a legal perspective Deputy Executive Director of the Federal Joint Committee, dominik.roters(AT)g-ba.de

Information on the joint discussion forum of the Health Research Council (GFR) and IQWiG  can also be found on the GFR website.

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