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GIN 2020: Pitstop in the COVID-19 marathon for the guideline community. **Please note, these sessions have already taken place**

Due to the ongoing global pandemic we delivered four individual sessions in place of our event in Toronto this year which has been postponed to 2022.  Our 2020 Scientific Committee, chaired by Holger Schünemann, with Miloslav Klugar as vice chair, developed a unique programme presented by global experts who delivered information on the pressing issues affecting the guideline community today.

 

Session 1: Quality of evidence for guidelines and recommendations

30/09/2020  10:00-12 noon (UK Time)

Objectives

Review issues about the quality of preprints, their integration in systematic reviews and guidelines, the quality of the evidence that is presented and included in guidelines, also from an evidence user and guideline developer perspective.

Speakers:

Christine Laine (Annals of Internal Medicine), Stuart Spencer (The Lancet), Karla Soares Weiser (Cochrane) & Gerd Antes (Cochrane Germany)

The webinar was moderated by Holger Schunemann (GIN Scientific Committee, McMaster University) and Miloslav Klugar (Czech National Centre for Evidence-Based Healthcare)

For a copy of the presentations and access to the live recording please click here

Session 2: Rapid Guideline Development

30/09/2020  16:00 - 18:00 (UK Time)

Objectives

Describe advantages and disadvantages for rapid guideline development and review the latest guidance with examples for the discussed approaches.

Speakers:

Reem Mustafa (University of Kansas Healthcare System), Paul Chrisp (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence), Miloslav Klugar (Czech National Centre for Evidence-Based Healthcare) & Waleed Alhazzani (Surving Sepsis guidelines, McMaster University).

The webinar was moderated by Christine Laine (Annals of Internal Medicine) & Tamara Kredo (Cochrane SA).

For a copy of the presentations and access to the live recording please click here

Session 3: Recommendation Mapping

1/10/2020  14:00 - 16:00 (UK Time)

Objectives

Connecting evidence mapping to recommendations and providing consolidated recommendations and registries of guidelines

Speakers:

Tamara Kredo (Cochrane SA), Dennis Falzon (WHO),  John Grove (WHO) & Zach Munn (Joanna Briggs Institute).

The webinar was moderated by Miloslav Klugar (Czech National Centre for Evidence-Based Healthcare) & Markus Follmann (German Cancer Society).

For a copy of the presentations and access to the live recording please click here

Session 4: Living Recommendations

2/10/2020  14:00 - 16:00 (UK Time)

Objectives

Describe the concept of living recommendations and provide examples for how living recommendations can be achieved

Speakers:

Elie Akl (AUB Lebanon), Julian Elliot (Cochrane), Lisa Paddle (Public Health Agency of Canada), Marina Salvadori (Public Health Agency of Canada), Matthew Tunis (Public Health Agency of Canada) & Ole Wichmann (Robert Koch Institute).

The webinar was moderated by Holger Schunemann (GIN Scientific Committee, McMaster University), Rodrigo Pardo (Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá) & Eddy Lang (University of Calgary and Alberta Health Services).

For a copy of the presentations and access to the live recording please click here

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