Graduate student wins medical decision-making prize

Logan Trenaman, a graduate student in the School of Population and Public Health, won the Lee B. Lusted Student Prize at the Society for Medical Decision Making (SMDM) conference, held in Baltimore USA, on October 19-23.

The Lee B. Lusted Student Prize “recognizes students’ original research in medical decision making in order to attract the best and brightest young minds to SMDM”.

Logan won the award for “A Systematic Review of The Influence of Patient Decision Aids on Cost, Health Outcomes, and Cost-Effectiveness”, which he co-authored with Stirling Bryan, a Professor in the School of Population and Public Health, and Nick Bansback, an Assistant Professor in the School of Population and Public Health.