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08.30 – 09.00 Breakfast session 1
5 minutes for 1 idea
Streamlined access to papers
Amanda Burls, City University London (United Kingdom)
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Synthesis of evidence from case studies. Shining a light or blocking the view?
Kevork Hopayian, University of Nicosia (Cyprus)
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09.00 – 10.45 Plenary session A
Keynote lectures
The ecosystem of evidence: global challenges for the future
Nino Cartabellotta, GIMBE Foundation (Italy)
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REWARD recommendations 5 years later: promises and results
Paul Glasziou, Bond University (Australia)
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Selected presentations
Maximising the value of peer review and decision making in research funding allocation.
Amanda Blatch-Jones, National Institute for Health Research (United Kingdom)
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A systematic analysis of peer reviewers’ responses in 5 evidence-based medicine studies: do we need newer evidence synthesis approaches?
Ammar Ibrahim, National University of Ireland Galway (Ireland)
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The European breast guidelines from the European Commission Initiative on Breast Cancer: translating the evidence to enable informed healthcare decisions across settings
Zuleika Saz-parkinson, European Commission Joint Research Centre (Italy)
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11.30 – 13.00 Plenary session B
Selected presentations
How can we enhance shared decision making in an international guideline project? The example of an international consensus conference on patient blood management
Hans Van Remoortel, Belgian Red Cross (Belgium)
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Is there a need for implementation of more specified reporting guidelines for the search process in systematic reviews and meta-analyses?
Linda Östlundh, United Arab Emirates University (United Arab Emirates)
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A pragmatic trial of blended learning versus online learning for clinically integrating EBM teaching in an undergraduate medical school
Bharathy Kumaravel, University of Buckingham (United Kingdom)
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Self-reported and objectively assessed knowledge of evidence-based practice terminology: a survey among healthcare students
Anne Kristin Snibsøer, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (Norway)
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14.30 – 16.00 Parallel session C

Selected presentations
The evolution of a collaboration for tailor-made knowledge services to welfare directorates: lessons learned from Norway
Rigmor Berg, Norwegian Institute of Public Health (Norway)
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Clinical practice guidelines development: the first Tunisian experience
Asma Ben Brahem, National Authority for Assessment and Accreditation in Healthcare (Tunisia)
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I FAIR program: the Sardinian way to support and fund independent clinical studies that want to be Findable Accessible Interoperable Reusable
Franco Cappai and Caterina Giorgia Carboni, Sardegna Ricerche (Italy)
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Raising disease awareness and improving patient care in Russia: examples of real world data generation initiatives in classic Hodgkin lymphoma, systemic anaplastic large cell lymphoma and inflammatory bowel disease
Maria Leer, Takeda (Russian Federation)
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14.30 – 16.15 Parallel session D
Selected presentations
Network analysis of information needs to identify safe and effective prescriptions for an individual
Martin Dawes, The University of British Columbia (Canada)
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Occupational therapy students use of the mobile application EBPsteps to document the process of EBP: a cross-sectional study
Nina Rydland Olsen, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (Norway)

Inappropriate hospital admission from emergency department: an intensity of care model for multi-dimensional patient evaluation
Massimo Amato, Local Health Authority Mantova (Italy)
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Establishing patients’ goals in general practice: online learning for general practitioners
Nicholas Steel, University of East Anglia (United Kingdom)

You can lead a horse to water... Can motivational theory contribute to our understanding of professional behaviour change?
Geoff Smith, Faculty of Medicine Dentistry and Health Sciences (Australia)
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Capturing stories and demonstrating impact in the field of evidence-informed public health
Maureen Dobbins, McMaster University (Canada)
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Improving inappropriate laboratory test ordering: the Belgian experience on closing the evidence loop
Nicolas Delvaux, EBPracticeNet (Belgium)
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16.30 – 18.00 Workshops (in parallel)
Interpreting the results of studies measuring patient-reported outcomes
Gordon Guyatt, McMaster University (Canada)
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Playing with BMJ Rapid Recommendations in the MAGIC evidence ecosystem
Per Vandvik, University of Oslo (Norway)
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From 10 essential papers for practicing EBM to 10 essential papers for teaching EBM
David Nunan, University of Oxford (United Kingdom)
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16.30 – 18.00 Working group
Use of Meta-Research Methods to Address Research Waste
Hans Lund, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (Norway)



Last update 14/11/2019