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How to develop and publish a trustworthy evidence summary and recommendation through the MAGIC platform

27th October: 16.30-18.00

Backgroung

Clinical Practice Guideline (CPG) developers face challenges in the creation, dissemination and updating of trustworthy recommendations. Using an innovative CPG authoring and publication platform (MAGICapp) applying the GRADE framework may overcome these challenges.

Aims

  • To be introduced to the process of developing a trustworthy recommendation with the GRADE system and the MAGICapp.
  • To get hands-on experience with use of the MAGICapp in the creation of a evidence summary and treatment recommendation.

Program

The workshop is open to anyone interested in learning current developments in authoring and publication processes for CPGs through the use of innovative tools.

The workshop will open with an example of use of the GRADE framework for guideline development, from a structured clinical question in PICO format to the making of evidence profiles and recommendations with supporting content.

Participants then split into groups, simulating CPG panels charged with developing a recommendation for a clinical issue. Participants will with the help of the MAGICapp follow all steps from clinical question to final recommendation. They will phrase a PICO question, develop an evidence profile and go from evidence to recommendation according to GRADE. The participants will author their evidence summary and recommendation in a multilayered presentation format and experience the end result published on a variety of devices through the MAGICapp. In a final plenary session panels will present their draft evidence summaries and recommendations and provide feedback on user experience of the MAGICapp.


Leader

Per Vandvik
Institute of Health and Society
University of Oslo, Norway



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