enGINe June 2013
The newsletter is available both as a pdf as well as readable online (via the below links).
An editorial from Richard Rosenfeld, MD, MPH: G-I-N Trustee and Newsletter Editor.
When this newsletter hits your inbox, there will only be just over 10 weeks to go until the conference. All abstract authors have now been notified and the sessions are being scheduled, as are all of the plenary sessions.
There is so much to see and do in San Francisco! To help you maximize your enjoyment of the city while you are attending the G-I-N 2013 Conference, we conducted a rapid review of sights and social events in August. Below we highlight some opportunities to experience San Francisco’s scenic beauty, diverse neighborhoods, restaurants and cultural attractions.
We are delighted to welcome lots of new members, who have joined since February 2013 and we are pleased to share some information on our new additions.
Collaboration opportunity / Calls for Interest. Guideline Implementability Tool (GItool) Directory. The African Cochrane Indaba.
As part of the G-I-N North America Webinar Series, Anand Parekh, MD, MPH, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Health at the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, presented in January 2013 on multiple chronic conditions as part of guideline development and implementation. In the brief invited article that follows he addresses the G-I-N community on the importance of this topic and invites North American to share experience.
New Publications published in the International Guideline Library – 04th March to 13th May 2013. Editor’s pick from the guidelines library update. Standards for Clinical Practice Guidelines