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SAVE THE DATE: G-I-N/North America Webinar Series

G-I-N North America has just announced their forthcoming webinar, which is available to all G-I-N members.  Joining instructions follow at the bottom of the announcement.  If you are unable to join the live session, you will find the recording on the G-I-N website shortly thereafter, by following this link:  http://g-i-n.net/library/webinars  You will find a great selection of topics covered here.


Topic:  "Does the Current Stock of Systematic Reviews Meet the Needs and Priorities of Policymakers and Other Stakeholders?"
Date: Wednesday, March 5, 2014  
Time: 11:00 am-12:30 p.m. (Pacific) 2:00-3:30 p.m. (Eastern)
Access: WebEx Information below

G-I-N North America invites you to the next presentation in the G-I-N North America webinar series on "Does the Current Stock of Systematic Reviews Meet the Needs and Priorities of Policymakers and Other Stakeholders?" Policymakers and stakeholders need immediate access to many types of research evidence to make informed decisions about the full range of questions that may arise regarding health systems.  This webinar will discuss the findings of a recent paper profiling the availability of research evidence about health systems, and discuss broader efforts by the McMaster Health Forum (which is housing the Canadian Cochrane Policy Liaison Office, and Health Systems Evidence) to support policymakers in finding and using research evidence.  The webinar will also feature a tutorial on how to use of Health Systems Evidence database.

Please feel free to share this information with others who may be working on Clinical Practice Guidelines in North America.

Michael Wilson, PhD
Assistant Director, McMaster Health Forum
Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics
McMaster University
Hamilton, ON, Canada

François-Pierre Gauvin, PhD
Lead, Evidence Synthesis & Francophone Outreach
McMaster Health Forum

Kaelan Moat, PhD
Lead, Health Systems Evidence
McMaster Health Forum

Marguerite Koster, MA, MFT
Chair, G-I-N North America Steering Group
Practice Leader, Evidence-Based Medicine Services, Kaiser Permanente Southern California

Learning Objectives:
1.  Understand how the current stock of systematic reviews may or may not meet the needs of policymakers and other stakeholders.
2.  Hear about current efforts at the McMaster Health Forum to support policymakers in finding and using research evidence.
3.  Learn how to use Health Systems Evidence  to identify synthesized research evidence, economic evaluations and other complementary content

Topic:  G-I-N/NA Webinar - March 5, 2014
Date:    Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Time:    11:00 am, Pacific Standard Time (San Francisco, GMT-08:00)
Meeting Number:  578 816 411
Meeting Password:  ginna2014
To start or join the online meeting, go to https://kponline.webex.com/kponline/j.php?MTID=mda7fc8ebf14ec236560556f6...
To enable the Audio portion of the conference:
1.  Provide your phone number when you join the online meeting and WEBEX will automatically call you back
2.  Call a number below and enter the access code:  579 062 677
U.S. & Canada:  Call-in toll-free number 1-877-668-4490
Mexico:  Call-in toll-free number

Other Global call-in numbers: https://kponline.webex.com/kponline/globalcallin.php?serviceType=MC&ED=2...
Toll-free dialing restrictions: http://www.webex.com/pdf/tollfree_restrictions.pdf

    REMINDER:  If you have not already done so, PLEASE COMPLETE THE G-I-N/NORTH AMERICA INTEREST GROUP SURVEY - the deadline to participate has been extended to February 28. Your opinions are very important to us, and your responses to the survey will help shape webinar and conference content, as well as other activities and offerings for 2014 and 2015. The survey has only 10 short questions that can be completed in approximately 5-10 minutes, and your responses are confidential.  We REALLY do want to hear from you!  To participate in the survey, please click on the following link or copy the link into your internet browser:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GIN-NA_Survey.
    The 11th Annual Cochrane Canada Symposium 2014, 20/20 Vision: Cochrane in the next decade, April 24-25, 2014. The 11th Symposium is an opportunity to learn from and network with leading healthcare experts from Canada and around the world. Whether you are already involved in Cochrane or new to evidence-based research, the information shared at this event will help you develop your knowledge and skills in systematic reviews. The Symposium will be held at the Ottawa Marriott Hotel and is open to policy-makers, health practitioners, researchers, students, patients/consumers, caregivers, and anyone who has an interest in evidence-based health care.  Full  information on the symposium program registration can be found online at ccc-symposium.cochrane.org.
    GRADE Training at New York Academy of Medicine, August 6-8, 2014: The New York Academy of Medicine will again offer an intensive 3 day workshop experience in the use of the GRADE framework for clinical guideline development.  The workshop takes place within the setting of the “Teaching Evidence Assimilation for Collaborative Health Care (TEACH)” program which also includes streams in knowledge translation and in developing and adapting clinical policies within health care organizations.  The GRADE workshop will be led this year by Andy Oxman together with other senior members of the GRADE Working Group.  Information on the GRADE stream is available at: http://www.nyam.org/fellows-members/docs/2014-More-Information-on-Level-... Full  information and links to registration can be found at www.ebmny.org.
Marguerite A. Koster, MA, MFT
Chair, G-I-N/North America
E-mail:  marguerite.a.koster@kp.org

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