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Breakfast Session 2 | 08.30 – 9.00
5 minutes for 1 idea
A bayesian model for evidence-based shared decision-making
Haris Achilleos, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust (United Kingdom)

The most important and effective means of disruption: changing organizations’ culture
George Schmid, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (USA)

Evidence reversibility index & evidence sufficiency index            
Janet Martin, Western University (Canada)

Plenary Session E | 9.00 – 10.45

Keynote lectures
The evolving science of evidence synthesis: lesson learnt from Cochrane reviews    
David Tovey, Cochrane (United Kingdom)

Recent innovations in the GRADE approach: from evidence to recommendations    
Gordon Guyatt, McMaster University (Canada)

Selected presentations
American College of Emergency Physicians clinical policies: the inter-rater reliability of quality of evidence assessment
Michael Brown, Michigan State University (USA)

The development of “Evidence into Practice – Rapid Reviews”         
Eve O'Toole, National Cancer Control Programme (Ireland)

Comparison of imprecision assessed by GRADE and trial sequential analysis in systematic reviews
Greta Castellini, University of Milan (Italy)

Plenary Session F | 11.30 – 13.30
Keynote lectures
Developing trustworthy clinical practice guidelines: international standards and current challenges
Amir Qaseem, American College of Physicians (USA)

The ecosystem of evidence: the way forward
Nino Cartabellotta, GIMBE Foundation (Italy)

Selected presentations

The Cochrane knowledge translation strategy          
Rachell Churchill*, David Tovey§, *University of York, §Cochrane (United Kingdom)

Checking the checkboxes: a critical appraisal of clinical quality measures     
Alan Drabkin*, Brian Alper*, Amir Qaseem§
*EBSCO, §American College of Physicians (USA)

Economic evaluations of social care interventions: are we all on the same page?     
Helen Weatherly, University of York (United Kingdom)

Best practice statements in public health guidelines at WHO      
Susan Norris, World Health Organization (Switzerland)
 

Parallel Session G | 14.30 – 16.15
Selected presentations
Are we doing enough to disseminate if we don't engage in the hard questions?       
Mary Butler, University of Minnesota (USA)

Evaluating the impact of systematic reviews in disability and rehabilitation research using bibliometric mesures
Cindy Cai, Rikki Mangrum, Steven Garfinkel, American Institutes for Research (USA)

The challenges of evidencing education and support interventions
Alison Steven*, Jane Stewart§, Val Larkin*
*Northumbria University, §Newcastle University (United Kingdom)

Review strategies to inform research prioritization of biomarkers: AKI-Diagnostics case study           
Judy Wright, University of Leeds (United Kingdom)

Evidence review for quality improvement innovations: a test of a responsive review method
Lisa Rubenstein, RAND Corporation (USA)

Point of care tools in preventing overuse of care
Caroline Blaine, The BMJ (United Kingdom)

Pragmatism in evidence synthesis and translation: a perspective on the evaluation of systems transformation          
Sally Fowler Davis, Sheffield Hallam University (United Kingdom)
Parallel Session H | 14.30 – 16.15
Selected presentations
Teaching the EBP "patient preferences and values" component: which methods and tools are validate?
Milena Guarinoni, University of Brescia (Italy)

Technology workarounds and patient safety             
Kathleen Mastrian, Penn State University (USA)

Appropriateness of eye care: can we use practice records, practitioners’ and patients’ perspective to design, target and measure, intervention strategies?
Isabelle Jalbert, University of New South Wales (Australia)

What factors influence general practitioners’ competencies and application of EBM?
Dragan Ilic, Monash University (Australia)

Applicability of research to rehabilitation clinicians: a qualitative study
Ali Weinstein, George Mason University (USA)

Adherence to medicines in patients suffering from chronic conditions: beliefs about medicines and locus of control        
Lorna Marie West, University of Malta (Malta)

What kinds of knowledge types are constitutive for knowledge translation? Some epistemological remarks in EBHC
Anders Reiersgaard, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (Norway)
Workshops | 16.30 – 18.00
How to develop and publish a trustworthy evidence summary and recommendation through the MAGIC platform
Per Vandvik, University of Oslo (Norway)

Solving the lack of knowledge translation
Sharon Straus, University of Toronto (Canada)

Working group | 16.30 – 18.00
Resources for teaching EBM, shared decision-making and overdiagnosis
Paul Glasziou, Bond University (Australia)



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