Call for abstracts

Important update:

The call for abstract is now closed, thank you for your interest in the conference.


Results of the selection process

First, we would like to thank all the people who submitted a proposal as well as the members of the scientific committee for the quality of the proofreading work that was carried out.

A total of 52 proposals for oral presentations were examined (organised sessions and individual presentations combined). Each proposal received was proofread by two members of the scientific committee on the basis of a predefined scoring grid. 

In total, the programme proposed is rich, varied and particularly stimulating:

There will be a total of 47 oral presentations during the three days of the conference.


Details about the call for abstract

You are kindly invited to submit an oral presentation of your research at the “European Conference on the Diffusion of Genomic Medicine: Health Economics & Policy” from May 26th to 28th, 2021, in Dijon (France) organised by the Health Economics Team of the Economics Laboratory of Dijon (University of Burgundy). This conference aims to contribute to the development of research in genomic medicine concerning its evaluation, its dissemination and the public policies accompanying this new type of medicine.

The conference will embrace the following topics:

  1. Preferences, expectations, representations of patients and professionals
  2. Medico-economic evaluation
  3. Diffusion in health systems
  4. Big data: uses and risks
  5. Financial access
  6. Legislation, public regulations and policies for diffusion
  7. Patients management and care pathway
  8. Organisational and relational changes for professionals
  9. Open access, access inequalities and equity
  10. Dissemination to the general public

Given this conference is part of the H2020 European project “Solve-RD: Solving the unsolved Rare Diseases”, research focusing on rare diseases is one of our targets. But all others fields related to genomic medicine are welcome: pharmacogenomics, oncogenetics, screening in the general population, complex multifactorial diseases, new omic and multi-omics approaches, etc. This list is not exhaustive.

Articles in the fields of Health Economics or Public Policy Analysis will be favoured. However, this conference would be greatly enriched by multidisciplinary sharing. The following disciplines are therefore welcome, subject to dealing with, at least, one of the ten topics listed above: Philosophy, Law, Linguistics and Languages, Literature, Sociology, Psychology, Ethnology, Anthropology, Geography, History and History of Thought, Management Sciences, Ethics etc. You will be asked to identify the most relevant field to which your submission relates.

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