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Evidence 2010 - Monday 1st November
08:00
Registration
09:10
Opening presentation: Evidence Today
Fiona Godlee
Editor in Chief, British Medical Journal
Carl Heneghan
Director, Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine, University of Oxford
11:00
Refreshments and poster viewing
11:30
A1
Using Patient Experiences to improve healthcare
Ann McPherson CBE
Medical Director, DIPEx Health Experiences Research Group
12:30
Lunch & poster viewing
13:30
B2
1. Creating awareness of research through journals
Bill Summerskill
Executive Editor, The Lancet
2. Portrayal of medical research in the news and mass media
Dr Ed Sykes
Press Officer, Science Media Centre
14:30
Refreshments and poster viewing
15:00
C1
Reducing waste in producing and reporting evidence
Sir Iain Chalmers
James Lind Initiative, Oxford, UK
16:50
Close
Evidence 2010 - Tuesday 2nd November
08:00
Registration
09:00
K4
Keynote: Fit and the translation of evidence into clinical care
Victor Montori
Consultant in the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes, Metabolism and Nutrition, Department of Internal Medicine at Mayo Clinic Rochester, USA
10:30
Refreshments and poster viewing
12:30
Lunch & poster viewing
13:30
E1
Do financial incentives improve quality of care?
Professor Helen Lester
Professor of Primary Care, University of Manchester
14:30
Refreshments and poster viewing
15:00
F1
The Implementation of evidence in the frontline – theory in practice
Des Spence
General Practitioner, Glasgow
F2
The impact of knowledge translation on healthcare
Sharon Straus
Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, University of Toronto, Canada
16:05
Closing Reflections
Fiona Godlee
Editor in Chief, British Medical Journal
Carl Heneghan
Director, Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine, University of Oxford

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Evidence 2010 will bring together international experts from the areas of education, EBM resource development, implementation, health economics and commissioning. This 2 day conference will be aimed at:

  • Commissioners of evidence-based services
  • Those involved in assessing the cost effectiveness of clinical interventions and services
  • Developers of evidence-based resources
  • Teachers and methodologists
  • Those involved in implementation of evidence including front-line healthcare professionals

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