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enGINe December 2012


We are pleased to provide you with the latest issue of enGINe and hope that you will enjoy it.

The newsletter is available both as pdf as well as readable online (by clicking on the titles and links below).

We hope that you will find it both informative and interesting – we have certainly enjoyed putting it togehter and thank the contributors for taking the time to write the articles.

We also can’t miss this opportunity to remind you that GIN2013 is now accepting abstracts and the Scientific Committee is eagerly awaiting your submission at:

Registration for San Francisco 2013 will open on 14 January 2013. Sign up via:

We hope that 2012 has been a successful year for you and we look forward to working together in 2013 and welcoming as many of you as possible to the next G-I-N conference in San Francisco.

Elaine Harrow
Interim Executive Officer


An editorial from Frode Forland - Vice Chair of G-I-N 2012-2013.

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Introducing a new Board Member

At the Board meeting of 11th October 2012, Dr Lubna Al-Ansary was formally coopted to the Board of Trustees to represent an under-represented geographical area.

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Introducing New Members

We are delighted to welcome some new members, who have joined since the G-I-N conference in Berlin.

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The paper "Towards International Standards for Clinical Practice Guidelines" written by the 2010–11 G-I-N Board of Trustees and published in April 2012 in the Annals of Internal Medicine has now been translated into Italian and published in the Italian journal "Evidence".

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Committee Focus

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.

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G-I-N North America: The Making of a Regional Community

Richard M. Rosenfeld, MD, MPH, Steering Group Chair. As the Guidelines International Network (G-I-N )North America concludes its second year of existence, I thought it might be useful to reflect on where we came from, what we have accomplished, and how it might influence regional initiatives for G-I-N in other parts of the world.

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Collaboration opportunity / Calls for Interest

Diagnostic Imaging Pathways (DIP) is an online education and decision support resource for health service professionals, patients and carers.

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Update from ISQua

Diagnostic Imaging Pathways (DIP) is an online education and decision support resource for health service professionals, patients and carers.

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News from Members

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Dutch G-I-N members rejoiced with Genever

On November 30th, the Dutch G-I-N members– and special guest Frode Forland (G-I-N Vice Chair) - shared their achievements of the past six months and ideas for the future.

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G-I-N 2013 update

Preparations for G-I-N 2013 are now well underway, with the Scientific Committee having now agreed the five themes for the abstracts and the plenary sessions. Details will be shared soon on the conference website and the call for abstracts will open on 10th December.

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International guideline library update

New Publications published in the International Guideline Library – 17th September to 23th November 2012

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Editor’s Picks

The following literature has been added to our library recently. For a good read, see the following Editors Picks

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External events 2013

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