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Evidence-based Guidelines Affecting Policy, Practice and Stakeholder

The E-GAPPS conference took place December 10-11, 2012 at the New York Academy  of Medicine in New York City and was sponsored by Guidelines International Network North America in partnership with the Section on Evidence Based Health Care of the Academy.   All speakers filed complete disclosure statements and none reflected a financial conflict of interest with their participation.  These disclosure statements are available on request for review via ebmny@nyam.org.

The conference was organized into 4 themes, each of which was preceded by a keynote presentation.  The 4 theme segments included panels of plenary speakers followed by breakout sessions.  The keynote and plenary sessions were videotaped.  The links below provide access to all materials used at the conference.  When accessing the videos, we suggest you first open the slide presentation, in slide view, not in full screen.  Then activate the video and move down the slide menu on the left hand side of the slide screen in tandem with the presentation.

E-GAPPS PROGRAM
Click here to download the E-GAPPS Program.

DAY 1

Keynote

David Eddy  Video Slides

Theme I “From bench to trench: How evidence and guidelines shape health care policy and practice”

Plenary session   Video

J Sanford Schwartz   Slides

Patrick Conway    Slides

Peter Bach    Slides


Breakout sessions    
     
Session 1 Session 2 Session 3
Carla Cassidy Slides Richard Rosenfeld Slides Louis Jacques Slides
Joanne Schottinger Slides    
Cally Vinz Slides    


Keynote

Carolyn Clancy   Video Slides

Theme II  “Making clinical practice guidelines trustworthy”

Plenary session   Video

Gordon Guyatt      Slides

Albert Siu          Slides

Kay Dickersin    Slides


Breakout sessions    
     
Session 1 Session 2 Session 3
Richard Rosenfeld Slides Holger Schunemann Slides Rebecca Burkholder Slides
Richard Shiffman Slides    


DAY 2

Keynote

Susan Dentzer   Video  Slides

Theme III “Minding the message: the senders, givers and users of guideline information”

Plenary session   Video

Otis Brawley     ---

Sharon Begley   Slides

Mary Barton    Slides


Breakout sessions    
     
Session 1 Session 2 Session 3
Sandy Lewis Slides Carol Sakala Slides Dave Davis Slides


Keynote

Susan Pingleton   Video Slides

Theme IV “Making it happen: adapting, implementing, and tracking”

Plenary session   Video

Ian Graham    Slides

Dave Davis     Slides

Blackford Middleton    Slides


Breakout sessions    
     
 Session 1  Session 2  Session 3
Peter Dayan Slides Wiley Chan Slides Amir Qaseem Slides
Eddy Lang Slides Pete Stetson Slides Craig Robbins Slides
    Holger Schunemann Slides


E-GAPPS Breakout Session Materials

Several E-GAPPS breakout teams posted preparatory materials which session attendees were encouraged to peruse prior to the conference.  They can be accessed here