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08.30 – 09.00 Breakfast session 2 | 08.30 – 9.00
5 minutes for 1 idea
Going beyond the barriers of healthcare management tools: an integrated approach in lean management, clinical pathways and clinical risk management
Claudio Beltramello, GIMBE Foundation (Italy)
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Let's tackle the opportunity cost of incentivising project work in medical training
Haris Achilleos, Barts Health NHS Trust (United Kingdom)
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EBPracticeNet Africa: networking a community of evidence-based practice in middle Africa
Patrick Okwen, Effective Basic Services Africa (Cameroon)
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09.00 – 10.45 Plenary session E
Keynote lectures
The epidemic proliferation of useless systematic reviews
John Ioannidis, Stanford University (USA)
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Clinical decision support system: too many expectations, too little evidence?
Per Vandvik, University of Oslo (Norway)
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Selected presentations
Results from an EBM course implemented in an endoscopy residency program
Wanderley Bernardo, University of São Paulo (Brazil)
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Impact of an interdisciplinary master program in EBP
Birgitte Espehaug, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (Norway)
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Development of a contemporary EBP workshop teaching pre-appraised research evidence which focus on shared decision making for health professionals: a before-after pilot study
Loai Albarqouni, Bond University (Australia)
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11.30 – 13.15 Plenary session F
Keynote lecture
Evidence informed practices in low and middle income countries: implementation opportunities and barriers
Taryn Young, Stellenbosch University (South Africa)
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Selected presentations
Teaching EBP in a flipped classroom model: a controlled comparison between learning on-campus and online
Clarisa Martinez, University of Southern California (USA)
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Using real patients to support application of EBP skills in undergraduate medical training
Adele Hill, Plymouth University (United Kingdom)
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Piloting a workshop on evidence-based public health in Africa
Anke Rohwer, Stellenbosch University (South Africa)
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"The Order of Cochrane": a new way to encourage students to learn about systematic reviews and Cochrane Collaboration
Dawid Storman, The Jagiellonian University (Poland)
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Assessment of allied and health sciences student competency in evidence-based practice
Dragan Ilic, Monash University (Australia)
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14.30 – 16.15 Parallel session G
Selected presentations
Evidence, knowledge, confidence
Maureen Dobbins, McMaster University (Canada)
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Creating advocates for evidence-using creative techniques to develop a network of evidence based practitioners in Ireland
Eve O'Toole, National Cancer Control Programme (Ireland)
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A scale for measuring evidence-searching capability: a development and validation study
Ching-Chi Chi, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital (Taiwan)
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Development of an interprofessional competency framework for EBP & clinical effectiveness education
Elaine Lehan, University College Cork (Ireland)
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Using Choosing Wisely recommendations as tools to promote diagnostic and therapeutical appropriateness in medical education
Piersante Sestini, University of Siena (Italy)
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Development and piloting of a blended learning training programme for physicians and medical students to enhance competences in evidence-based decision making
Julia Lühnen, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (Germany)
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Critical thinking for transformation: an extension to the 5 steps of EBP incorporating ways of thinking and practising
Rachel Thompson, University of New South Wales (Australia)
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14.30 – 16.15 Parallel session H
Selected presentations
Global guidance for country needs: a WHO online repository of recommended investments in universal health coverage
Karin Stenberg, World Health Organization (Switzerland)
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Development of online assessments to assess Evidence Informed Health Care (EIHC) competence
Diana Dawes, The University of British Columbia (Canada)
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The merit of monitoring the EBP competencies of healthcare bachelor students
Karin Neijenhuis, Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences (The Netherlands)
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Perception of different forms of evidence-based information: results from a pilot study
Anna Prokop-Dorner, The Jagiellonian University (Poland)
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Capacity building for EBP in Ireland
Niamh O'Rourke, Department of Health (Ireland)
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Implementation of an experiential (hands on) component in EBN learning in a Norwegian bachelor nursing programme
Elisabeth Beisland, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (Norway)
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Pediatric journal club: a critical appraisal tool in postgraduate primary pediatric care education
Laura Reali, Pediatrician Cultural Association (Italy)
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16.30 – 18.00 Workshops (in parallel)
Randomized real world evidence: promises, opportunities and real world challenges
Lars G Hemkens, University Hospital Basel (Switzerland)
John Ioannidis, Stanford University (USA)


Key concepts for assessing claims about treatment effects and making well-informed treatment choices
Andy Oxman, Norwegian Institute of Public Health (Norway)
Iain Chalmers, The James Lind Alliance (United Kingdom)


TeachingEBHC.org Review and Development
Douglas Badenoch, Minervation Ltd (United Kingdom)
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