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G-I-N 2020 will be taking place in Toronto, Canada, and our local hosts will be McMaster University.

McMaster University was founded in 1887 and is one of four universities consistently ranked among the top 100 in the world.  As a medical-doctoral, research-intensive university, McMaster is dedicated to teaching, learning and service and is home to more than 70 research centres and institutes.  With a student population of more than 31,000, McMaster welcomes students from 113 countries.

McMaster are delighted to partner with G-I-N as the local host for 2020, which will support collaboration in guideline development, adaptation and implementation. We look forward to seeing you in Toronto for #GIN2020.

MCMASTER

 

 

GES 2 - 2021

Following the success of the inaugural Global Evidence Summit in Cape Town in 2017, four global leaders in evidence-based policy and practice will again join forces to deliver the second Global Evidence Summit in 2021. 

The summit is intended as a multi-disciplinary and cross-cultural event to exchange ideas about how we best produce, summarise and disseminate evidence to inform policy and practice, and using that evidence to improve people’s lives across the world.

G-I-N will be working with Cochrane, the Campbell Collaboration and the Joanna Briggs Instituteto build on the successes of Cape Town to advance the use of reliable research evidence in addressing some of the world’s most serious health and social challenges.

Expressions of interest to host the Global Evidence Summit 2021 are open now and close on 31 May 2019.  The Organising Partners aim to announce the host of the Summit in 2021 by July 2019.

Important Dates

Registration Opens -  29 January 2019

 

Abstracts Submission Opens - 29 January 2019

 

Abstract Submission Closes - 8 May 2019

 

Notification of Abstract Acceptance -  26 June 2019

 

Early Bird Registration Closes -  7 August 2019

  

Conference –  30 October - 2 November 2019

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