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2017 Speakers

Evidence Live 2017 Confirmed Speakers 

Keynote Session One 11:00 Wednesday June 21st – LT One
Fergal Ó Regan, European Ombudsman
Transparency of Clinical Trial Data and Pharmacovigilance Data from EMA
Full Bio
T
W: @f_oregan

 

Keynote Session One 11:00 Wednesday June 21st – LT One
Professor Mary Dixon-Woods, University of Cambridge
Quality of Evidence, Patient Safety and Healthcare Improvement
Full Bio
TW: @MaryDixonWoods

 

Keynote Session One 11:00 Wednesday June 21st – LT One
Doug Altman, University of Oxford
Scandal of Poor Medical Research
Full Bio

Keynote Session Two 16:45 Wednesday June 21st – LT One
Dr Ben Goldacre, University of Oxford
Live Audit & Feedback
Full Bio
TW: @bengoldacre

 

Keynote Session Three 09:30 Thursday June 22nd – LT One
Simon Dinegri, INVOLVE NIHR
Improvements in how Research is done and how we might Better Engage the Public in Research
Full Bio
TW: @SDenegri

Keynote Session Three 09:30 Thursday June 22nd – LT One
Trish Groves, The BMJ
How to Improve Patient Care Through Publications / Reducing Waste in Research
Full Bio
TW: @trished

 

Closing Keynote Session  16:00 Thursday June 22nd – LT One
Mukesh Kapila, University of Manchester
Improving Policy for Humanitarian Work
Full Bio
TW: @mukeshkapila

 

Closing Keynote Session  16:00 Thursday June 22nd – LT One
Marie Lindquist, Uppsala Monitoring Centre
Improving Policy for a Positive Impact on Global Health


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Fergal Ó Regan, European Ombudsman – Transparency of Clinical Trial Data and Pharmacovigilance Data from EMA
Mary Dixon-Woods, University of Cambridge
 – Quality of
Evidence, Patient Safety and Healthcare Improvement
Doug Altman, University of Oxford Scandal of Poor Medical Research
Simon Dinegri, INVOLVE NIHR  Improvements in how Research is done and how we might Better Engage the Public in Research.
Trish Groves, The BMJ– How to Improve Patient Care Through Publications / Reducing Waste in Research
Mukesh Kapila, University of Manchester – Improving Policy for Humanitarian Work
Marie Lindquist, Upsalla University – Improving Policy for a Positive Impact on Global Health
Ben Goldacre, University of Oxford  Live Audit & Feedback
Caroline Fiennes, Giving Evidence  Creating Change

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Oral and Poster Abstracts
Call Extended
March 30th