The plenary presentations from the G-I-N 2019 Conference in Adelaide can be viewed here, as well as a link to all the 2019 Abstracts that were published in the Evidence Based Healthcare Journal.
You can view all the published abstracts here.
Plenary Session 1 – Clinical Guidelines in 21st Century Healthcare: Extinction or evolution?
Professor Davina Ghersi – Are clinical practice guidelines endangered?
Professor Jako Burgers – Personalised medicine and clinical practice guidelines
Professor Allison Tong – Getting our priorities straight: Involving patients in setting priorities for clinical practice guidelines
Special Sessions – Thursday 31st October
Professor Allison Tong & Nicole Scholes-Robertson – GIN & TONIC TOgether iNvolving consumers In Clinical practice guidelines
Mbah Patrick Okwen – Evidence-based healthcare in low resource settings and A database of all systematic reviews in healthcare
Nancy Santesso – Education for EBHC and Clinical practice Guidelines – this presentation will be available shortly. [link don’t have]
Plenary Session 2 – Perspectives on real world evidence and big data: is it trustworthy?
Dr. Nichole Taske – Real world evidence in clinical practice guidelines
Professor Holger Schünemann – All evidence is real world evidence
Professor Steve Webb – Pragmatic research for the real world
Dr. Blackford Middleton – Toward a Learning Health System: Sharing Trustworthy Computable Knowledge at Scale
Special Sessions – Friday 1st November
Professor Holger Schünemann – Advances in GRADE Methodology
Andrea Tricco – Evolving methods of evidence synthesis
Plenary Session 3 – Ensuring Recommendations Are Implementable and Implemented
Professor Gill Harvey – Why don’t people follow clinical guidelines?
Dr Roman Kislov – Knowledge brokers to get evidence into policy and practice: Escaping the ‘dark side’
Professor Ilkka Kunnamo – Technology for guideline implementation – individual and population health approach
Special Session – Saturday 2nd November
Ina Kopp & Duncan Service – Revealing the ‘black box’ of guideline development