G-I-N North America (G-I-N/NA) is a regional community of clinical practice guideline developers, users and other stakeholders from Canada, Mexico and the United States of America who are interested in improving the effectiveness, rigor and efficiency of guideline development, adaptation, dissemination, implementation and performance measurement. Through a series of educational webinars, regional training conferences, social media and special events, G-I-N/NA facilitates discussion, partnerships, collaboration and ongoing information sharing within the North American guideline community.
As one of the Guideline International Network’s regional communities, G-I-N/NA enhances and promotes relationships between G-I-N and the North American guideline community, interacts with other G-I-N regional communities and workgroups, encourages membership in G-I-N.
In January, 2012 G-I-N North America, in collaboration with Kaiser Permanente, launched a monthly webinar series to explore issues of relevance to the North American guideline community, provide educational and training opportunities, and to generate interest in G-I-N, G-I-N North America, and related conferences and regional events. Further information about the webinars is available from Marguerite Koster at Kaiser Permanente (Marguerite.A.Koster@kp.org).
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