Top Achievements

  • 88 organisational members
  • GIN conference in Seoul ‘Linking Evidence, Policy, and Practice’ (324 attendees)
  • Launch of GINDER
  • Publication – Mlika-Cabanne N, Harbour R, de Beer H, et al. Sharing hard labour: developing a standard template for data summaries in guideline development. BMJ Quality & Safety 2011;20:141-145.
  • GIN NA established
  • Adaptation WG formed
  • GIN implementation working group  runs a one day pre‐conference course on implementation of guidelines run prior to the Seoul conference
  • First Trustee to be elected by individual members
  • First co-opted Trustee from Africa