The NordICC-study group is nominated for the category Best Scientific Work by the Felix Burda Award 2017
Centre PI Michael Bretthauer and the NordICC-study group is nominated for the prestigious German research prize The Felix Burda Award 2017 for Best Scientific Work. The prize is awarded in Berlin on the 14 of May at a gala venue broadcasted on German television.
Link to news article in Norwegian from the The Clinical Effectiveness Research Group homepage: Norske leger nominert til prestisjetung tysk forskningspris
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