Stockholm 2017 prize winners

Highest scoring abstracts

Benjamin Palafox
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, London, UK

Socio-economic inequality in the use of secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease
A Murphy1, B Palafox1, O O’Donnell2, D Stuckler3, P Perel1, S Yusuf4, M McKee1
1London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, London, UK
2Erasmus University Rotterdam, Rotterdam, Netherlands
3University of Oxford, Oxford, UK
4Population Health Research Institute, Hamilton, Canada

Highest scoring abstract for young researchers under 35 years

Claire Demoury
Belgian Scientific Institute of Public Health, Brussels, Belgium

Thyroid cancer incidence around the Belgian nuclear sites, 2006-2014
C Demoury1, H De Schutter1, M Sonck2, T De Smedt1, N Van Damme3, L Van Bladel2, A Van Nieuwenhuyse1
1Scientific Institute of Public Health, Brussels, Belgium
2Federal Agency for Nuclear Control, Brussels, Belgium
3Belgian Cancer Registry, Brussels, Belgium

Ferenc Bojan Young Investigator Award

Beatriz Rodriguez-Sanchez
University of Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands

Socioeconomic inequalities and outcomes in diabetes: some evidence from Europe 
B Rodriguez-Sanchez1, D Cantarero-Prieto2
1University of Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands
2University of Cantabria, Santander, Spain

Best poster

Evelien Belfroid
National Institute for Public Health and the Environment, Netherlands

Preparedness and meeting the needs of healthcare workers: a qualitative study on Ebola