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Welcome to our project and collaboration board, where G-I-N members are given the opportunity to join working groups, get involved with work within the network and take the chance to highlight their own calls for collaboration to the international guideline community.

Initial perceptions of, and intention to use the CAN-Implement©and CANImplement.Pro© for evidence implementation planning

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Duration

12  months    

 

Dates

Phase 1 closed, Phase 2 & 3 will continue into 2018

Newsletter Editor

We are seeking to appoint a new Editor, from within our membership to for our newsletter – enGINe.

The newsletter is currently published a minimum of two to three times per year and is distributed via email to more than 1800 recipients.

The target audience is G-I-N members, plus interested subscribers, whom we hope may be interested in joining the network.

The focus of the newsletter is to promote the collaborative work that takes place within the network, while encouraging engagement and two-way communication with our members. 

It also provides comprehensive updates from our Working Groups, Regional Communities and organisational members.

 Requirements for this role would include:

Excellent command of the English language, experienced writer, rrevious editorial experience desirable, awareness of current trends in e-marketing & newsletter production, ability to commit the time to review and meet publication deadline, a creative approach on presentation and format.

The latest edition is available to view on our website for your information.

Please contact before 20th November to register your interest.

ASAP

Before 20/11/17

The G-I-N Public working group is currently seeking new members as well as new leaders to join the Steering Committee and help drive the working group forward, ahead of the next conference.

The main objective of G-I-N Public is to support effective patient and public involvement in the development and implementation of clinical practice guidelines (CPGs).

G-I-N Public also offers a forum for exchange between patient and public organisations, CPG developers and researchers.

If you would be interested in helping to shape the Working Group Strategy, as part of the Steering Committee or simply joining the group please contact: Corinna Schaefer (Chair) schaefer@azq.de

http://www.g-i-n.net/working-groups/gin-public

Ongoing

The  Board and Secretariat are keen to involve members more in the activities of our network, so watch this board for opportunities to suit your skills and areas of interest.  

If you would like something to be posted on the Project Board email Allison Smith at

 
Page last updated: Nov 02, 2017
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