Family history information and common chronic disease prevention: Type 2 diabetes as an example
|Date:||27 Apr 2012|
|Time:||09:30 to 13:00 hour|
On April 27th at 11.45 h, Miranda Wijdenes-Pijl will publicly defend her PhD-thesis.
The title of her thesis is: Family history information and common chronic disease prevention: Type 2 diabetes as an example.
A mini-symposium will take place before the thesis defence.
- 9.30: Welcome & opening by Lidewij Henneman and Danielle Timmermans
- 9.35: Nadeem Qureshi, professor in Primary Care (Nottingham University): Clinical utility of the family history in primary care
- 10.05: Suzanne van Esch, PhD-student at EMGO+ Institute: Family matters in diabetes prevention
- 10.25: Wieke Heideman, PhD-student at EMGO+ Institute: DiAlert: a lifestyle education programme targeting people with a positive family history of type 2 diabetes
- 10.45: Overall discussion
- 11.00: Closure and walk to Aula, main building VU University, where the thesis defence will start at 11.45.
The mini-symposium takes place in the Medical Faculty VUmc, room G-513, van der Boechorststraat 7 Amsterdam. Please register for the symposium with email@example.com.
This thesis is the result of CSG's research project Genetic susceptibility, familiy history and prevention.