Past GIN Conferences

The GIN Conference takes place annually and is a key opportunity for networking to take place. Find out more about our most recent conferences below.

2023 Glasgow

The 2023 hybrid conference took place in Glasgow from 19-23 September.

The theme was “Maintaining Quality While Pursuing Efficiency”

Click here to see the highlights on our YouTube channel.

2023 Toronto

The 2022 conference took place in Toronto from 21-24 September.

The theme was “Making Health Choices Transparent, Equitable & Efficient”

2021 Online

The 2021 conference took place online from 25-27 October and was our first ever fully virtual event.

The theme was “Future Forward; Relevant, implementable and sustainable guidelines”

2019 Adelaide

The 2019 conference took place in Adelaide from 30th October to 2nd November 2019 at the newly expanded, state of the art, Adelaide Convention Centre.

The conference theme was “Trustworthy Evidence for Questions That Matter, The value of guidelines in 21st century healthcare”

2019 was a joint conference with the Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI), and the local hosts were the University of South Australia.

2018 GIN Manchester

The 2018 conference took take place in Manchester, United Kingdom, from 12th to 14th September 2018 and was co-hosted by two founder members: NICE (The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) and SIGN (Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network).

The theme of the conference was “Why we do what we do: the purpose and impact of guidelines”

2016 GIN Philadelphia

The 2016 conference took place on Penn University Campus in Philadelphia from 27th – 30th September and was co-hosted by three organisational members: the American College of Physicians, the ECRI Institute and Penn Medicine.

The theme of the conference was “Individualised guidelines and clinical performance in an era of personalised medicine”

LMIC Grants Awarded

Our annual conference is at the centre of GIN’s strategy around networking and provides the opportunity for all those who work with guidelines in health and care to come together; from development and methodology through to implementation and evaluation.

However, we do recognise that funding is not always available to those members from lower income countries and each year we strive to ensure our conferences are accessible as possible for those members by offering grants which provide the opportunity to be involved in discussions on a wide range of issues. 

Some of our most recent grant recipients are:

2019 Adelaide

2018 Manchester