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2nd G-I-N Conference 2004

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.

Evidence in Action

Date: 1 to 3 November 2004

Location: Wellington, New Zealand

Programme

Monday 1 November 2004

Time

Session
7:45 - 8:15 am Registration



8:20 - 9:45 am

Ilott Theatre

Powhiri - Maori Welcome

Hon Minister of Health, Annette King, NZ

Guenter Ollenschlaeger, Chair G-I-N, Germany

Peter Didsbury, Chair NZGG, NZ

Catherine Marshall , Convenor, Vice Chair G-I-N, CEO NZGG, NZ

9:45 - 10:15 am

Morning Tea

10:15 - 12:00 am

Ilott Theatre

Keynote Address

Evidence in Action: Challenges for the Future

Dave Davis, Associate Dean University of Toronto, Canada

Panel discussion

Future Challenges for Regions: The Next Big Thing

The Next Big Thing in Use of Evidence

Australasia: Jan Davies, NICS, Australia

The Next Big Thing

North America: Jean Slutsky, Director, Centre for Outcomes and Evidence, AHRQ, USA

Future Challenges for Regions: The Next Big Thing

Western Europe: Guenter Ollenschlaeger, Chair G-I-N, Germany

Chair: Peter Didsbury, Chair NZGG, NZ

12:00 - 1:00 pm

Cyber Cafe

Lunch

Poster Displays (12:30 - 1:00 pm)

Ovid Training with Susan Bidwell, NZHTA, NZ (12:30 - 1:00 pm)

1:00 - 2:15 pm

Ilott Theatre

Plenary Session 1: Consumers and Evidence

Effective Consumer Voice and Participation for New Zealand: A Systematic Review of the Evidence

Sandra Coney, Consumer Advocate, NZ

Communicating Risk Information to Consumers

Prof Jeanette Ward, SWSAHS, Australia

Finding the Indigenous Voice

Matire Harwood, MRINZ, NZ

Can Consumers Improve the Quality of Cochrane Reviews

Dell Horey, Cochrane Consumers, Australia

Chairs: Judi Strid, Director of Advocacy, HDC, NZ; and Sylvia Sanger, Agency for Quality Medicine, Germany

2:15 - 2:45 pm

Afternoon Tea - Poster Displays

2:45 - 4:00 pm

Workshop A: Concurrent Sessions - Choose ONE Only

Ilott Theatre

Adaptation of Guidelines

Dr Jako Burgers, CBO, The Netherlands; and Rob Cook, NZGG, NZ

Civic 1

Translating Evidence into Practice: A Workshop on Heart Failure

Sue Phillips, NICS, Australia; and Peter Didsbury, NZGG, NZ

Civic 3

HELP (we need yours): Facilitating Groups in Evidence Interpretation

Helen Roberts, Cindy Farquhar and Anne Lethaby; University of Auckland, NZ

Lion Harbourview
Lounge 1

BMJ Sponsored Workshop

The What, the How and the Why: Can we Work Together to Change Clinical Practice?

David Tovey and Miranda Lonsdale, BMJ, UK

Lion Harbourview
Lounge 2

Advanced Search Skills for Guideline Developers

Marjukka Makela, FinOHTA, Finland and Susan Bidwell, NZHTA, NZ

Civic 2

Sharing Guideline Knowledge: Helping to Set Standards

Sharon Smart, Prodigy, UK

Square Affair 2

Free Communications Session A: Selected Abstracts

What sources of information are GPs using for prescribing? The quick and the good!
Bruce Arroll, University of Auckland, NZ

Adapting the best available guidelines to ensure the best possible care

Tari Turner, Monash Institute of Health Services, Australia

Quality in Allied Health Care: Is there a place for guidelines?
Saravana Kumar, University of South Australia, Australia

Usable guidelines: electronic guidelines in Australian General Practice
Elizabeth Deveny, Therapeutic Guidelines Limited, Australia; Karen Luxford, NBCC, Australia

Exploring international variation in consumer involvement methods
Sara Twaddle, on behalf of Joanne Topalian, SIGN, UK

Integration of Ibero-American guidelines: Useful resource or unnecessary workload?
Christian Thomeczek, Heinrich-Heine University, Germany

Chairs: Wendy Edgar, Ministry of Health, NZ and Dr Dave Davis, University of Toronto, Canada

4:00 - 5:30 pm

Ilott Theatre

Plenary Session 2: Media and Evidence

Hitting the Headlines

Jos Kliejnen, Director, CRD York, UK

The Medias Perspective on Evidence

Melissa Sweet, Print Journalist, Australia and Rae Lamb, Radio Journalist, NZ

Panel Discussion

Jean Slutsky, Director, Centre for Outcomes and Evidence, AHRQ, USA; Jos Kliejnen, Director, CRD York, UK; Melissa Sweet, Print Journalist, Australia; and Rae Lamb, Radio Journalist, NZ

Chairs: Helen Roberts, University of Auckland, NZ; and Catherine Marshall, NZGG, NZ

6:00 - 7:30 pm

Early Evening Event at Lion Harbourview Lounge - Welcome Cocktail Party

Tuesday 2 November 2004

Time Sessions

8:30 - 10:00 am

Ilott Theatre

Plenary Session 3: Policy Makers and Evidence

Incorporating Socioeconomic Evidence into Guidelines

Adèle Green, Chair Health Advisory Committee, NHMRC, Australia

Incorporating Performance Indicators into Guidelines

Jean Slutsky, Director, Centre for Outcomes and Evidence, AHRQ, USA

Evidence, guidelines and population screening

Ashley Bloomfield, Ministry of Health, NZ

Responsible Use of Pharmaceuticals

Adam McRae, PHARMAC, NZ

Chairs: Sara Twaddle, SIGN, UK; and Bruce Arroll, University of Auckland, NZ

10:00 - 10:30 am

Morning Tea - Poster Displays

10:30 - 12:30 pm

Workshop B: Concurrent Sessions - Choose ONE only
Civic 1

Successful Evidence Implementation: The Basics

Jan Davies and Ruth Cornish, NICS, Australia; and Catherine Marshall , NZGG, NZ

Ilott Theatre

Appraising Guidelines

Jako Burgers, CBO, The Netherlands; Jean Slutsky, Director, Centre for Outcomes and Evidence, AHRQ, USA; and Rick Shiffman, Yale, USA

Lion Harbourview

Lounge 1

Grading and the GRADE Instrument

Cindy Farquhar, NZGG, NZ and Regina Kunz, FCPS, Germany

Lion Harbourview

Lounge 2

Electronic Decision Support - The NZ Experience

Sue Wells, University of Auckland, NZ

Electronic Decision Support - The NZ Experience

Martin Entwistle, Enigma Publishing, NZ

Civic 2

Living Guidelines

Sara Twaddle, SIGN, UK; and Guenter Ollenschlaeger, AZQ, Germany

Square Affair 2

Free Communication Session B: Selected abstracts

Can “Best Practice” Guidelines lead to worse care?

Stewart Mann, Wellington School of Medicine and Health Services, NZ

Screening for Hearing Loss in Neonates
J Rusilawati, Ministry of Health, Malaysia

Involving Consumers in Guideline Development – How and Why?
Fiona Wilkinson, Southern Health, Australia

Coordinated approach to implementation of preoperative testing clinical
practice guidelines in Ontario hospitals

Dave Davis, University of Toronto, Canada

THE MATRIX – a tool to assist guideline implementation
Karen Luxford, NBCC, Australia

Clinician perceptions of clinical practice guidelines
Karen Luxford, NBCC, Australia

Chairs: Jim Vause, RNZCGP, NZ; and Kitty Rosenbrand, CBO, The Netherlands

12:30 - 1:30 pm
Civic 2

Civic 1

Square Affair 2

Lunch - Poster Displays

HL7 Special Interest Group Meeting (Chair: Martin Entwistle)

Updating Systematic Reviews and Guidelines Meeting (Chair: Jean Slutsky)

G-I-N website training (Enigma Publishing Ltd)

1:30 - 3:00 pm

Ilott Theatre

Plenary Session 4: Health Practitioners and Evidence

Evidence in Action: A General Practice Perspective

Jim Vause, RNZCGP, NZ

Therapeutic Guidelines: Evidence into Action

Mary Hemming, Therapeutic Guidelines Limited, Australia

NPS and the Communication of Evidence-based Information to the Wider Community

Lynn Weekes, National Prescribing Service, Australia

Intervention Strategies for Reducing Variation in Practice

David Rankin, ACC, NZ

Chronic Kidney Disease Clinical Practice Guidelines: Implementation Strategies

Bina George, National Kidney Foundation, USA

Chairs: Rod Jackson, University of Auckland, NZ; and Minna Kaila, University of Tampere, Finland

3:00 - 3:30 pm

Afternoon Tea - Poster Display

3:30 - 5:00 pm

Workshop C: Concurrent Sessions - Choose ONE only

Lion Harbourview

Lounge 1

Use of Evidence in Clinical Practice Guidelines: Role of Systematic Reviews

Sally Green, Australasian Cochrane Centre, Australia; and Anne Lethaby, NZGG, NZ

Civic 2

Clinical Practice Guidelines in Relation to Population Screening Programmes

Finn Borlum Kristensen, Denmark; and Ashley Bloomfield, MOH, NZ

Civic 1

Team Decision-making: Considered Judgment in Harmony

Kitty Rosenbrand, CBO, The Netherlands; and Moray Nairn, SIGN, UK

Ilott Theatre

The Evidence for Educational Interventions

Dave Davis, University of Toronto, Canada

Civic 3

The Rising Caesarean Section Rate: Will Guidelines Help?

Jane Thomas, NCC-WCH, UK

An Evidence based Guideline for Safe and Effective Alternatives to Caesarean Section

Cindy Farquhar, University of Auckland, NZ; and Dell Horey, Cochrane Consumer, Australia

Lion Harbourview

Lounge 2

Do Guidelines Make a Difference and How Can You Tell?

Johanna Westbrook, University of New South Wales, Australia

Do Guidelines Make A Difference? How Can You Tell?

Rick Shiffman, Yale University, USA

How can electronic decision support inform guideline development process

Sue Wells, University of Auckland, NZ

Do Guidelines Make a Difference

Martin Entwistle, Enigma Publishing, NZ

Square Affair 2

Electronic Decision Support Systems Demonstrations: Selected abstracts

Sharon Smart, Prodigy, UK

Towards a standard for computer-based guidelines representation and execution: the GLARE proposal

Paolo Terenziani, Universita' del Piemonte Orientale, Italy

The Doctors The Doctors Masterton and Primary Care IT Solutions

David Nixon, The Doctors, NZ

Governance Dividends of the Clinical Governance Management System -
EBP Using Structured Databases (CGMS)

Stephen George Bloomer, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Australia

Evidence for use of EDS for implementation of guidelines

Sue Wells and Rod Jackson, University of Auckland, NZ

Therapeutic Guidelines: support for therapeutic decisions

Mary Hemming, Therapeutic Guidelines Ltd, Australia

Chairs: Peter Didsbury, NZGG, NZ; and Marjukka Makela, FinOHTA, Finland

5:00 - 6:00 pm

Annual General Meeting: Guidelines International Network (Ilott Theatre)

5:00 - 6:00 pm

Melbourne Cup Live from Australia

7:00 - 12:00 am

Evening Event at Te Papa - Gala Dinner: Guest Speaker: Norman Sharpe

Wednesday 3 November 2004

Time Session
8:30 - 10:30 am

Plenary Session 5: Quality Improvement and Evidence

Practicality and Affordability of Cardiovascular Guidelines

Richard Milne, University of Auckland, NZ

Quality and Evidence

Colin Feek, Ministry of Health, NZ

Using Cochrane Reviews to Improve Quality

Sally Green, Australasian Cochrane Centre, Australia

Using HTA Reviews to Improve Quality

Marjukka Makela, FinOHTA, Finland

Chairs: Andrew Holmes, Ministry of Health, NZ; and Sue Hill, WHO, Australia

10:30 - 11:00 am

Morning Tea

11:00 - 12:30 pm

Closing Plenary: Putting Evidence into Action

The Future of Guideline Development: Closing Reflections on the 'Next Big Thing'

Rod Jackson, University of Auckland, NZ

The Opportunities for G-I-N

Guenter Ollenschaeger, Chair G-I-N, Germany

Evidence in Context

Margaret Haugh, G-I-N, France

Closing Remarks

Catherine Marshall , Vice Chair G-I-N, CEO NZGG, NZ

Chairs: Dave Davies, University of Toronto, Canada; and Peter Didsbury, NZGG, NZ

Poroporoaki - Closing Ceremony

 
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