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Are you ready for G-I-N Conference in Manchester? - 31 August 2018

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As vacations are almost over, we start thinking about new challenges ahead of us in the coming months.

In a few days we will let you know about GRADEpro release that will let you for its better, more effective use.

Next week we are going for G-I-N Conference to Manchester and we would like to recommend you some events connected with GRADE:

Tuesday 11th September
08:00 am – 12:30 pm and 01:15 pm – 05:15 pm

Using the GRADE approach to assess the certainty of evidence in Guideline Development

Wednesday 12th September
11:00 am

Guideline Development Checklist extension for rapid guidelines (oral session): Rebecca Morgan

04:30 pm –06:00 pm

How to convert your guideline into useful information for patients and the public (workshop): Nancy Santesso

04:30 pm –06:00 pm

Oral session: GRADE & grading evidence

How can we integrate GRADE and a formal consensus method into an international guideline project? The example of an international consensus conference on patient blood management: Hans Van Remoorthel

Confidence in recommendations based on Network Meta-Analysis: threshold analysis as an alternative to GRADE, United Kingdom: David Philippo

Adapting GRADE for diagnostic test accuracy studies: lessons from the 2018 NICE Dementia guideline update: Marie Harrisingh

We wait in a special awareness for this session:

Thursday 13th September 
04:00 pm – 05:30 pm

Decision aids

Implementing a mammography decision aid for women ages 40-49 in a primary care setting: A pilot study: Elizabeth Liles

Dissemination of Guideline-Based Clinical Decision Support through an Innovative Online Clinical Decision Support Repository: Jeremy Michel

iDeAsTM: creating guideline-based interactive patient decision aids to provide tailored recommendations: Holger Schünemann

Interactive Decision Aid is a new tool Evidence Prime is working on that can help patients to understand experts’ recommendations. A tool can be customized to any needs of different groups of interest, as stake-holders, task-forces or patients and dedicated to chosen carrier as online tool, functionality on the website, a mobile application. iDeA tool concept is developed with McMaster scientists and the GRADE community. If you want know more write to eric.duclos@evidenceprime.com or just participate professor Schünemann’s lecture.