Stockholm 2017 prize winners


Highest scoring abstracts 2017

Benjamin Palafox, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, London, United Kingdom
Abstract title: Socio-economic inequality in the use of secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease

Co-authors:
A Murphy1, B Palafox1, O O’Donnell2, D Stuckler3, P Perel1, S Yusuf4, M McKee1
1 London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, London, United Kingdom
2 Erasmus University Rotterdam, Rotterdam, Netherlands
3 University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom
4 Population Health Research Institute, Hamilton, Canada

And the 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

Co-authors:
L van Bladel1, N van Damme2, T de Smedt3, M Sonck1, H de Schutter2, A van Nieuwenhuyse3
1 Federal Agency for Nuclear Control, Brussels, Belgium
2 Belgian Cancer Registry, Brussels, Belgium
3 Scientific Institute of Public Health, Brussels, Belgium

Ferenc Bojan Young Investigator Award

Beatriz Rodriguez-Sanchez, University of Groningen, Netherlands
Abstract title: Socioeconomic inequalities and outcomes in diabetes: some evidence from Europe

Co-author:
D Cantarero-Prieto, University of Cantabria, Santander, Spain

Best poster

Evelien Belfroid, National Institute for Public Health and the Environment, Netherlands
Abstract title: Preparedness and meeting the needs of healthcare workers: a qualitative study on Ebola