Præsentationer fra inspirationsseminar
Nedenfor ses programmet for inspirationsseminaret, som blev afholdt 7. oktober 2013 af DSOG. Klik på titlerne for de enkelte punkter for at downloade præsentationen.
Registration and coffee
Welcome and presentation of the program
Evidence-Based Medicine according to Centre of Evidence-Based Medicine, Oxford
Jeremy Howick, Research fellowCentre of Evidence-Based Medicine, Oxford University
Creating guidelines we can trust, use and share: New standards, systems and tools for trustworthy guidelines (GRADE)
Per Olav Vandvik, MD, Ph.D Associate professor, Institute of Health and Society, Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo Consultant physician, Dept of Medicine, Innlandet Hospital Trust- Division Gjøvik. Researcher, Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services
The work and intention of GIN (Guideline International Network)
Amir Qaseem, MD, PhD, FACP. Director, Clinical Policy American College of Physicians.Chair of the Guidelines International Network. Philadelphia, USA
The work and intention of Equator Network (Enhancing QUAlity and Transparency Of Health Research)
Khalid S. Khan, Professor of Women’s Health and Clinical EpidemiologyWomen’s Health Research Unit | Multidisciplinary Evidence Synthesis Hub (MESH), Editor-in-Chief of BJOG
Decentrally managed creation of guidelines – about the making of Sandbjerg guidelines
Niels Uldbjerg, consultant, Dr.Med.Sci.,Professor, Clinical Institute of Medicine, University Hospital of Aarhus, Skejby
Centrally managed creation of guidelines – about the making of guidelines by the National Board of Health
Søren Brostrøm, ph.d., Consultant,Head of department Danish Health and Medicines Authority.
Working with evidence – About the Cochrane Collaboration and implementation of guidelines
Peter Gøtzche, , MD, DrMedSci, MSc, Professor and director, Nordic Cochrane Centre.
Working with evidence – About the making of guidelines within NICE
Lisbeth Høeg-Jensen, M.Sc.(Economics), MPH, Senior Advisor, Danish Health and Medicines Authority, ex-Project Manager at National Clinical Guidelines Centre (NCGC), London
Plenum discussion:The better way to make guidelines.Centrally or decentrally creation of guidelines
National or international creation of guidelines
The best way to implement and publish guidelines.
All speakers will participate