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Blow some dust off your preconceptions about guidelines!

7th G-I-N Conference, Chicago, Illinois (USA) - August 2010

This year's conference theme is: "Integrating Knowledge. Improving Outcomes."

Dates: August 25th to 28th, 2010

Conference website: www.gin2010.org

G-I-N and the conference’s scientific committee would like to thank all of you who have submitted an abstract for presentation at the conference. The abstracts are currently under review and information on acceptance will be provided in the coming weeks.

Plenary sessions will feature presentations and panel discussions on:

  • Implementation of Guidelines
  • Political ramifications of guidelines
  • Guidelines and cost effectiveness
  • Patient engagement on guideline development
  • Conflicts of interest

Please visit the conference website for an update on the programme.

Online registrations are now open and a beneficial early registration rate will be available until: June 24th, 2010

Conference registration fees

 

Early birds

Until 24/06/10

Late registration

After 24/06/10

Members*

USD 630

USD 850

Non-members**

USD 730

USD 950

Students/Residents**

USD 280

USD 450

Consumers**

USD 280

USD 450

Gala diner

USD 149

* Members fees include free participation at the welcome reception and at the gala diner

** Fees include free participation at the welcome reception

Sponsorhsip and exhibitors

Don’t miss this special opportunity to exhibit and network with a diverse, international group of professionals representing all areas of guideline development and implementation, health-care research, technology, and policy.

Showcase your products and services at this highly anticipated conference being held for the first time in the United States.

For more information: www.gin2010.org - Contact us: GIN2010_Chicago@chestnet.org

 

two Pre-conference courses will be held on 25 August 2010 on patient involvement and guideline methodology

Interested but challenged by patient and public involvement? Practical ways to develop high quality patient-oriented guidelines.

This workshop will support mentoring and exchange between guideline organizations that have different levels of experience with patient and public involvement. It will offer opportunities for guideline organizations to discuss challenges and explore practical solutions to foster the development of high quality patient-oriented guidelines. Topics addressed will include methods for incorporating robust evidence on patients’ perspectives in guidelines, recruitment and support to allow patients to contribute competently and confidently, and approaches for communicating guidelines and evidence to facilitate informed and shared decision-making.

This full day pre-conference workshop is organized by the Guideline International Network Patient and Public Involvement Working Group (G-I-N PUBLIC) and will be held at the 7th G-I-N conference in Chicago. Registration fees are 200$US (G-I-N members), 300$ (non G-I-N members), and 100$ (consumers and students). The maximum registration is set at 50 participants.

 

ACCP Methodology course

The American College of Chest Physicians (ACCP) Methodology Course aims to provide an in-depth study of the standardized methodology employed by the ACCP to develop evidence-based clinical practice guidelines. Course topics will include, but are not limited to, the issue of harmonization, performance measure development, conflict of interest, continuing medical education programs, electronic decision support tools, and improved patient outcomes as related to the ACCP’s guideline development process. Participants will be provided with templates, algorithms, and written processes that will increase the value of the education opportunity and provide them with useful tools to use in their own guideline development.

 

Announcing the 8th G-I-N Conference

We would like to thank the organisations having expressed interest in the hosting of the G-I-N conference in 2011 and would like to acknowledge the high quality of the proposal received.

SouthKoreaFlag.jpgWe are delighted to announce that the 8th G-I-N Conference will take place in Seoul, Korea at the end of August 2011. The organisation of the conference will be supported by the Korean Academy of Medical Science and the Institute of Evidence-Based Medicine of the University of Korea.

More information on the date and theme of the conference will be provided in the coming months.

 

 

2012 and beyond - where next for G-I-N?

The venue for the annual G-I-N meeting has a real influence on the flavour of the conference and gives members an opportunity to understand how different cultural influences impact on guideline development and implementation. If you are a G-I-N organisational member that is interested in hosting the 9th G-I-N conference in 2012 then we are pleased to invite you to submit a full proposal to the G-I-N office by July 1st, 2011.

More information on the hosting of G-I-N conferences and the content of the proposals can be found on the G-I-N website. To obtain detailed information please contact the G-I-N Executive Officer: eo@g-i-n.net

 
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