enGINe March 2013
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|G-I-N Conference 2013||18 - 21 August 2013
|Registration opens||14 January 2013|
|Abstract submission ends – note extension||1 March 2013|
|Early Bird registration ends||19 April 2013
The ‘one big thing’
What is G-I-N? - What is our core value? - What is our business idea? - What should be the ‘one big thing’ that is the role of G-I-N?Where do we fit in between other EBM bodies like the Cochrane Collaboration , the international HTA organization, the GRADE group and all other national EBM institutions? [...]
We are delighted to welcome some new members, who have joined since December 2012 and we look forward to hearing some more about them in future editions of enGINe. We are always looking for the opportunity to let members know about each other and discover what talent is within our community - such communication can lead to greater opportunities for learning and collaboration. [...]
The team, which is organising the San Francisco conference, is getting really excited as we see the progress that has been made since we last gave you an update. [...]
The G-I-N Chair, Amir Qaseem, was involved in an effort started by the Council of Medical Specialty Societies in the US regarding standards for guidelines. This council represents thirtynine societies with an aggregate membership of 700,000 US physicians. He co-authored these standards and they are attached. Please find below a small introduction to these standards by Amir Qaseem. [...]
E-GAPPS - Evidence-based Guidelines Affecting Policy, Practice, and Stakeholder. [...]
In each edition of enGINe, we take the opportunity to introduce some of our Board sub-committees, task forces and groups and tell you a bit more about them and what they are doing to serve the members and the organisation. [...]
NICE International: is recruiting an Adviser focusing on quality standards/clinical audit/implementation. [...]
New Publications published in the International Guideline Library – 23th November 2012 to 4th March 2013. [...]
Watch for the next issue
The next edition of enGINe is to be published in early June 2013.
As always the enGINe would like to know more about you!
Please get in touch to tell us about you, your organisation, your work programme, your ambitions. Perhaps even your problems – the G-I-N community could have the answers you are looking for!
If you wish to include some information in the next issue please send your pieces by Monday 13 May 2013 to firstname.lastname@example.org.