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Making Evidence Relevant and Replicable for Policy, Patients and Professionals in Healthcare
We can all agree there is a need for better evidence to inform healthcare. Yet commercial and academic conflicts often produce evidence that is not fit for purpose; evidence that does not inform decision making, evidence that introduces more harm than good. This has to change - but how, by whom, and when?
Equip yourself with the necessary skills to Identify, Develop, Enhance and Add capacity for better use of evidence by attending EBM Live 2019 in Oxford, UK, 15-17th July 2019.
Identify and fix the problems with research evidence
Redefine the E in EBM with Tom Jefferson, join the conversation in improving the reporting of harms with Marie Lindquist of the Uppsala Monitoring Centre, develop a conflict of interest statement with Margaret McCartney and Carl Heneghan and learn from BMJ Editors, about what Journals should do to reduce questionable research practices and bias in research and practice.
Develop better research evidence
Come and join patient campaigners, Kath Sansom and Marie Lyon to better understand how to make research evidence relevant, replicable and accessible to end users. Discover the complete guide to breast cancer and making evidence accessible with Trish Greenhalgh and Liz O’Riordan. Find out about patient roles and rights in research, and join Paul Wicks of Patients Like Me in discussing how to work better with patients in producing research that matters.
Enhance real-world practice
Join the EBM DataLab in supporting innovation, quality improvement, and safety through the better use of real-world data, learn about innovative solutions in evidence production with Per Olav Vandvik and listen to John Ioannidis on producing better usable evidence.
Add capacity in EBM globally
Add to the Educators in EBM with the Doug Altman Scholars <https://ebmlive.org/doug-altman/> and increase capacity for informed choice, while encouraging the next generation of leaders in evidence-based medicine: joining the growing group of future leaders in EBM that address the global threat of poor quality evidence.
Four Doors. Three days. Two global partners. One inspiring conference
Featuring practical skills and advice from world-leading speakers in EBM
Providing a forum for adding capacity and learning on how to deliver better healthcare
18 Continuing Professional Development Points awarded by the Royal College of Physicians.
University of Oxford, Said Business School, UK 15-17 July 2019
HIFA profile: Ruth Davis is Manager at the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine in the UK. Professional interests: Evidence-based practice. ruth.davis AT phc.ox.ac.uk