Past G-I-N Conferences
October 7 - 10th, 2015 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. G-I-N 2015 theme: "Engaging all stakeholders. Guidelines from a societal perspective."
August 20-23, 2014 in Melbourne, Australia. The theme of the conference was "Creation and Innovation: Guidelines in the Digital Age".
August 18-21, 2013 in San Francisco, California (USA). The theme of the conference was "Integrating Evidence into Practice - Strategies for the future".
August 22-25, 2012 in Berlin (Germany). The theme of the conference is "Global Evidence - International Diversity".
August 28-31, 2011 in Seoul (South Korea). The theme of the conference is "Linking evidence, policy, and practice".
"Integrating Knowledge. Improving Outcomes." August 25-28, 2010 in Chicago, IL (USA)
"Evidence translation in different countries"
380 participants from over 27 countries joined G-I-N's 5th International Conference in Helsinki where they made the most of opportunities to meet with experts and colleagues from all over the world to exchange news, ideas and experiences in clinical practice guidelines.
The Conference was hosted by The Guidelines Advisory Committee of the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, the Ontario Medical Association and the University of Toronto, and was generously supported by many Canadian and US agencies.
Over 120 participants from 21 countries in Vienna and 50 particpants from 12 countries in Budapest showed the great interest in this G-I-N event.
The session was arranged and chaired by Dr Sadasivan Sivalal on behalf of Guidelines International Network. Four speakers and approximately 50 participants discussed guideline methodology.
The third G-I-N conference was attended by over 320 delegates from 38 countries. A list of expert speakers gave excellent presentations on the theme "Evidence in context" and 30 workshops provided training possibilities and intensive exchange of experience.
The 2nd Annual G-I-N Conference was held in Wellington, New Zealand from 1-3 November 2004, in collaboration with the New Zealand Guidelines Group.