Working Group Meetings

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Working group meetings provide an opportunity for investigators to receive feedback on research proposals, drafts of papers, grant applications, or any other aspects of projects at any stage of development. This meeting is designed as an informal working group not a formal presentation. For more details look under the How We Can Help section.

CBSSM is committed to maintaining our research community throughout the COVID-19 outbreak. Working Group Meetings will take place virtually using  Zoom, which enables us to have our lively and constructive feedback discussions.

To see the schedule for upcoming meetings please check the Events calendar. The next working group meeting is listed below.

If you are interested in scheduling or have questions please contact Amy @ 

Summer working group meetings will only be scheuduled as requested. Our regulary scheduled series resumes in the Fall. 

Upcoming Meetings

Date Details Location Time
Wed, April 03, 2024 *Special* Working Group Meeting- Brainstorming Clinician Engagement at the SMDM 2025 meeting in Ann Arbor

In June 2025, the Society for Medical Decision Making will be having its annual conference and meeting HERE in Ann Arbor (mostly at Michigan Union), with Brian Zikmund-Fisher as Meeting Co-Chair. We'll be using this CBSSM Working Group meeting to brainstorm ways to make the most of this opportunity. In particular, Brian is looking for feedback on 2 ideas:
a) He is considering something like an "Ethics Issues in Medical Decision Making" theme for the meeting and would love to brainstorm what that might look like.
b) He very much wants to maximize outreach to local clinicians. [i.e., what kind of event, and when, might clinicians be interested in attending?]

Join Zoom Meeting:

Meeting ID: 999 1709 1261
Passcode: 057491

Zoom 4:00pm
Tue, April 09, 2024 Working Group Meeting- Andrew Read, MD

On Tuesday, April 9th, Dr. Andrew Read, MD, MS, FACP, Assistant Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology; will be seeking feedback on a survey for his K08 award. The survey is intended for GI physicians and PCPs at U-M on the use of clinical prediction models.

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 937 0703 0537
Passcode: 775092

Zoom 4:00pm