Prognosis Research: Concepts, Methods and Clinical Application International Summer School 

As increasing numbers of people worldwide live with one or more health problems, the study of prognosis has never been more important. Prognosis research provides information crucial to understanding, explaining and predicting future clinical outcomes in people with existing disease or health conditions. It provides pivotal evidence to inform outcome prediction, clinical decision making, design and evaluation of stratified medicine (stratified care), and all stages of translational research from molecular biology to health policy.

Date: 19th-21st June 2019
Venue: Keele Hall, Keele University, Newcastle-under-Lyme, ST5 5BG 
Cost: £795 early bird registration (before 31st March 2018) £895 (after 1st April 2018). The cost includes meals and two night's accommodation.
Course Leaders: Professor Richard RileyProfessor Danielle van der Windt

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