The plenary presentations and videos from the G-I-N 2018 Conference in Manchester can be viewed here.
Opening plenary – Once Upon a Guideline: The Story of Developing an Evidence Ecosystem
Dr Fergus Macbeth, MA DM FRCP FRCR – Guidelines – a brief history and why we need them
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Professor Gordon Guyatt – Progress in evidence-based medicine – A quarter century on – Focussing on the role of guidelines in EBM
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Linn Brandt, MD, PhDc – Current challenges and solutions developing guidelines within the evidence ecosystem
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Jonathan Senker – From review to delivery – embedding the voice of the service user in our work
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Plenary 1 – Guidelines: Does cost matter?
Professor Joanne Lord – Does Cost Matter? The role of cost effectiveness in clinical guidelines
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Dr Hector Castro – Does Cost Matter? Combining Clinical Guidelines and HTA The Case of Colombia
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Profesor Yaolong Chen – A Chinese perspective for guidelines: Does Cost Matter?
Douglas K. Owens, MD, MS – International perspectives on how to develop guidelines with cost in mind
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Plenary 2 – Mind the gap: Developing recommendations with alternative forms of evidence
Associate Professor Julian Elliott – Using real-world evidence
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Assistant Professor Andrew Hutchings – Using formal consensus methodology
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Dr Eve A Kerr, MD, MPH – The Role of Experts in Guideline Development: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
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Plenary 3 – Beyond Guidelines: Where does patient choice fit in?
Professor Thomas Agoritsas, MD, PhD – Automated decision aids from guidelines
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Dr Gregor Smith – How do you reconcile strong recommendations with patient choice and shared decision making
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Associate Professor Catherine M. (Cait) DesRoches – Fully informed decision making: patient access to their health care centre
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Closing Plenary – Guidelines into Practice -Award for the Best Implementation Submission
Linda Young – Training in practice intervention to target antibiotic prescribing: A feasibility study: United Kingdom
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Susan Hillier – Guidelines to practice – Implementing Patient-centred processes for stroke rehabilitation
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Emma Busby – Improving Quality of Life in Patients with Lower Limb Osteoarthritis (OA)
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To view the Closing Plenary Panel Discussion click here.
The video of this discussion also contains the Best Poster prize presentation to Saphia Mokrane, pictured below.