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enGINe September 2012

The newsletter is available both as a pdf as well as readable online (via the below links).

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Important dates

Conference, co-sponsored by G-I-N North America, on
“Evidence-based Guidelines Affecting Policy, Practice and Stakeholders”
10-11 December 2012
G-I-N Conference 2013
18-21 August 2012
Abstract Submisson Opens
November 2012


Dear friends and fellow G-I-N members It is with great pleasure that I write my first column as your newly elected Chair. It grants me the opportunity to thank you all for the faith you have placed in me both as a continuing Trustee and now as your Chair. You can rest assured that it is my aim to continue the good work carried out by my predecessor, Philip van der Wees, as well as all preceding Chairs. [...]

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Introducing our G-I-N Board

Congratulations and welcome to the new Board members, who were announced at the Annual General Meeting in Berlin, Germany, on 22 August 2012. The newly elected Organisational Trustees are: [...]

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Looking back to G-I-N 2012

G-I-N 2012 Berlin was a great success which has broken all records: About 570 delegates across 45 countries attended the event. The conference program included 5 stimulating plenary sessions, 19 interactive workshops and panel sessions, 80 short oral presentations and almost 200 posters. The conference was recognized for being at a very high scientific level. We would like to thank the authors of abstracts, inspiring speakers and the scientific committee for their brilliant work. [...]

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Looking ahead to G-I-N 2013

San Francisco, California, USA,18th-21st August 2013 - “Integrating Evidence into Practice -Strategies for the Future”. Continuing on from the 10th anniversary conference in Berlin, the Board of Trustees of the Guidelines International Network, the local host Kaiser Permanente, and the 2013 Scientific Committee warmly invites you to attend the 10th G-I-N Conference in the wonderful bay city of San Francisco in August 2013. [...]

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News from members

The Guideline Implementability Research and Application Network. Implementability refers to guideline content that enables users to better accommodate, implement and evaluate use of the recommendations. The Guideline Implementability Research and Application Network (GIRAnet) is a collaboration of international guideline developers, implementers, and researchers that identify or develop, and share guideline implementability tools that can be used by developers to create implementable guidelines, and by users to implement guidelines. [...]

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  • The Board of Trustees are delighted to announce that the G-I-N 2014 conference will be held in Melbourne, Australia. The conference will be hosted by Therapeutic Guidelines Ltd. [...]
  • Treasurer’s Report - Annual subscriptions
  • Important dates
  • The permanent position of Executive Officer for G-I-N is now being advertised below and circulated within the network.


G-I-N library update

New Publications published in the International Guideline Library – June 25th to September 17th 2012. [...]

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External events

This page presents a list of events that may be of interest to you. If you are aware of an event that may be of interest to the G-I-N membership that is not listed here and/or wish for your event to be listed please contact us: [...]


Literature update

We have more than 450 entries in the list of relevant literature on the G-I-N website. As we are updating this list regularly we encourage G-I-N members to subscribe to the feeds available on the pages: [...]

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Watch for the next issue

The next issue of enGINe is planned to be published in December 2012.

As always the enGINe would like to know more about you!

Please get in touch to tell us about you, your organisation, your work programme, your ambitions. Perhaps even your problems – the G-I-N community could have the answers you are looking for!

If you wish to include some information in the next issue please send your pieces by 21st November 2012 to


editorial team

Page last updated: Dec 14, 2012
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