Conference sub themes – Informed Decisions, Clinical Trials, Evidence Synthesis, Research Methods, Evidence-Based Policy, Routine data, Communication of Evidence -Indivudual Accountability, Regulatory evidence
Abstracts being accepted for Oral and Poster presentations
Early Bird registration is now open for the Evidence Live 2017 at £355 (Fee includes all meeting materials, refreshments and social).
Limited Medical and Health Science Student Registration also available at £155
Keynote Talks – Workshops – Parallel and Poster Sessions – Breakfast Sessions – Networking – EBM 2.0 Consultation workshop
This means: clinicians, medics, nurses, physios, OTs; researchers; journal editors, other journal staff and medical writers; patients, and carers; the public, as payers, and as civil society; policymakers, politicians and civil servants; professional bodies, medical and academic; the pharmaceutical, diagnostic, and device industries; health services, payers, the NHS, and insurance companies; healthcare administrators, and managers; cost-effectiveness agencies, IQWiG, NICE, and more; regulators; students; registry owners; and more.
Follow the time line and get ready for a stimulating inspiring fun energetic 2 days in June
Venue: Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford
The building has been designed to promote open discussion, interaction and collaboration.
On the lower ground floor, two horseshoe-shaped lecture theatres are designed to facilitate interaction among and are equipped with state-of-the-art audio-visual facilities.
The stunning open forum, around which teaching spaces are located, ensures natural light reaches into lecture theatres and provides a wonderful space for exhibitions, presentations and impromptu discussions.
Details on getting to Oxford by air, rail and coach can be found HERE
Recommendations on where to stay can be found below please see map of the local area for walking distances.
Availability for all Oxford colleges can be found HERE or you can go direct with the links below. Please note that college bed and breakfast through University rooms is not always up to date and can change as new terms start. Trinity term starts Sunday 22nd April.