About the LMIC
Working Group Aims:
- To develop a network of people and institutions in developed and developing countries sharing a common goal to enhance health-care in developing countries
- To support activities targeted towards understanding the process of guideline development and utilisation in developing countries
- To explore methods to promote guideline development, adaptation, dissemination, implementation and research within developing countries
Strategies proposed to achieve these aims:
- Explore how the available G-I-N resources (materials, products, personnel) can be best used to support overall G-I-N goals in developing countries
- Identify methods for adoption and/or adaption of guideline recommendations in resource constrained settings
- Identify opportunities for research and building the knowledge base specifically related to aspects of guideline development and implementation
- Provide mentorship for guideline developers and implementers in resource constrained settings
- Organise and promote events within the annual G-I-N conference
- Interact with G-I-N working groups to encourage feedback and avoid duplication of effort
- Promote capacity building in guidelines adaptation and development through workshops, lectures and mentorships in resource constrained settings.
- Support regional meetings within resource constrained settings.
Planned activities for 2016:
- Recruit members to the group through an expression of interest to the G-I-N network membership
- Identify the areas of most need in each the areas of guideline development implementation and research and the potential activities that fall under each of these areas
How will this group work together?
- Where feasible web based forums will be used eg Skype, Linkedin and Twitter
- Teleconference Two to three times each year
- The face to face meeting will be planned for at the annual G-I-N Conferences
How to join?
G-I-N members who are interested in joining the WG or any of the sub-groups, should write to: firstname.lastname@example.org indicating the topic they are most interested in, and they will be added to the respective email list.
Group members meeting at the 2015 conference in Amsterdam.