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2013-01-31

Therapeutic treatments with non-drug, non-technical approaches – evidence, evaluation, and benefit assessment

6th Discussion Forum on Benefit Assessments in the Health Care System

I. General classification of the topic

Picture Prof. Dr. Stefan Wilm

Relevance of non-drug and non-technical treatments in health care (German)

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Professor Dr Stefan Wilm Department of General Practice, Heinrich Heine University, Düsseldorf

Picture Prof. Dr. Hilke Bertelsmann

Overview of the evidence on non-drug and non-technical treatments (German)

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Professor Dr Hilke Bertelsmann German Network for Evidence-based Medicine, Chair of Health Sciences, Diakonie University of Applied Sciences, Bielefeld

Picture Prof. Dr. Holger Schünemann

Methodological characteristics, conditions, and challenges of studies using non-drug and non-technical treatments

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Professor Dr Holger Schünemann Departments of Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics and of Medicine McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada

II. Practical examples of clinical studies using non-drug and non-technical treatments

Picture Prof. Dr. Michael Hüll

Neurodegenerative diseases (German)

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Professor Dr Michael Hüll Centre for Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology, University of Freiburg

Picture Dr. Ulrich Thiem

Musculoskeletal diseases (German)

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Dr. Ulrich Thiem  Department of Medical Informatics, Biometry and Epidemiology, Ruhr University Bochum

Picture Prof. Dr. Martina de Zwaan

Mental diseases (German)

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Professor Dr Martina de Zwaan Clinic for Psychosomatics and Psychotherapy, Hannover Medical School

PictureProf. Dr. Sabine Bartholomeyczik

Nursing (German)

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Professor Dr Sabine Bartholomeyczik Chair of Epidemiology – Nursing Science, Witten/Herdecke University

Information on the Joint Discussion Forum held by GFR and IQWiG can also be found on the GFR website (in German).



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