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Establishment of Regional Guidelines Group for Australia & New Zealand.


Aims of GIN ANZ Regional Group:

  • Provide a local network for collaboration for users, developers, researchers and implementers of guidelines
  • Promote regional efficiencies and effectiveness of evidence-based guidance including guideline formats, development, adaptation, updating, dissemination and implementation
  • Coordinate with other health quality improvement initiatives across Australia and New Zealand
  • Promote the GIN mission at a local level in Australia and New Zealand
  • Organise and promote sharing of knowledge and regional events


Benefits of joining:

  • Networking with others involved locally in guidelines to share “lessons learned” for prioritising, developing, updating and implementing guidelines
  • Exploring emerging trends in guideline development
  • Opportunities for collaborative evaluation and research on guideline development and use


Who can be involved in GIN ANZ?

GIN member organisations and individuals in Australia and New Zealand are encouraged to join. Participation is also open to other organisations and individuals in Australia and New Zealand, as well as the nearby Asia and Pacific region.


Must I become a GIN member to join?

You can subscribe to our mailing list as a non-member to get acquainted with our activities, which we hope will convince you to become an active GIN member. GIN membership confers significant benefits that include access to resources, working groups (including GIN ANZ), guideline development tools, a newsletter and the guideline library.

Full members can interact and network with the international GIN community to exchange ideas, receive advice and avoid duplicating efforts.

If you are interested in joining this group, email us at 


Public Resources

> Effective Guideline Implementation from Australia and New Zealand

> GIN ANZ July 2016 update

> GIN ANZ Regional Community Response to Publication Consultation


Page last updated: Nov 06, 2020
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