Connect with our global network
As part of the GIN network, you can connect with the movers and shakers in the guideline world, join a range of topic-specific Working Groups with the opportunity to produce GIN products or collaborate on publications. You could also join your regional community, aimed at providing a more local network and addressing the needs determined by the geopolitical background. Members may become more deeply involved through election to a steering group and may also stand for election to the Board of Trustees, where the future direction of GIN is set.
As a GIN member, you are not only part of the connector in the guideline world, but will also be eligible for exclusive benefits: reduced event registration fees, selected free webinars, discounted INGUIDE training for each stage of the program, nomination for the prestigious Najoua Mlika Cabanne award for innovation, as well as additional benefits for organisational members. GIN has important partnerships, which deliver discounted access to various platforms and tools.
GIN has thirteen topic-specific working groups, which are active in different disciplines. Join a working group in your interest area to collaborate with other members on a GIN publication or product, such as a toolkit or to simply keep up to date with developments within the specialism.
Browse through our groups below to learn more about their objectives and what they are currently working on.
To join a working group, simply email email@example.com, noting which group or groups you are interested in.
GIN has seven area-specific communities, set up to facilitate networking at a regional level, addressing the issues that are important to members. Webinars or in-person meetings are often arranged to discuss hot topics and debate current developments and challenges within their area.
To join a community in your region, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Najoua Mlika-Cabanne award is GIN’s most prestigious award, presented annually in memory of Dr Mlika-Cabanne MD, who served on the GIN Board between 2003 and 2010. Formerly Deputy Head of the Guidelines Department at the Haute Autorité de Santé (HAS, French National Authority for Health), one of GIN’s founder members, Najoua was passionate about innovation and fostering international collaboration.
Organisational members have the opportunity to nominate a rising star, someone in their first five years of their guideline career, who has made a significant impression on the guideline world. This can be in relation to innovation in the methodology, development and / or implementation of health guidelines.
Looking for your next career move? Then, visit our Jobs and Opportunities Board. Member organisations can post their vacancies here free of charge; non-members should contact email@example.com to reach a huge international audience of GIN members. GIN members will also find collaboration opportunities and can market their latest products and programmes.
Trustworthy, reliable, evidence-based resources can be hard to find. We have done the leg work for you and batched together some helpful resources and links to resource-laden sites. This includes webinars, publications, presentations, toolkits as well as special sections on covid-19 evidence and resources.