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2017 Keynote Speakers

Introduction 09:10 Wednesday June 21st – Lecture Theatre One
Welcome to Evidence live 2017 – Better Evidence for Better Healthcare
Carl Heneghan, Director, Centre for Evidence-Based medicine
@carlheneghan


Keynote Session One
11:00 Wednesday June 21st – Lecture Theatre One

Transparency of Trial Data, Improvements in Safety and Better Quality Research to Improve Healthcare
CHAIR: Kamal Mahtani

Fergal Ó Regan, European Ombudsman
Transparency of Clinical Trial Data and Pharmacovigilance Data from EMA
@f_oregan @EUombudsman

 

Professor Mary Dixon-Woods, University of Cambridge
Improving the evidence for improving healthcare
@MaryDixonWoods

 

Doug Altman, University of Oxford
Scandal of Poor Medical Research
@
EQUATORNetwork

 


Open Session One 17:00 Wednesday June 21st – Lecture Theatre One
Live Audit & Feedback (COMPARE, Trials Trackers and more)
Dr Ben Goldacre, University of Oxford
@bengoldacre


Open Session Two 18:00 Wednesday June 21st – Seminar Rooms
Better evidence for Better Healthcare – Consultation Workshop
The Manifesto Author Group


Breakfast Session 08:15 Thursday June 22nd – Seminar Room One
Muir Gray – TBC
Breakfast Session 08:15 Thursday June 22nd – Seminar Room Two
REWARD Alliance Increased value/reduced waste (research production objectives)


Keynote Session Two
09:30 Thursday June 22nd – Lecture Theatre One
Better Data, Reduced Waste in Research and Public Engagement to Transform Patient Care
CHAIR: Tessa Richards

Simon Denegri, INVOLVE NIHR
Improvements in how Research is done and how we might Better Engage the Public in Research
@SDenegri

 

Trish Groves, The BMJ
How to Improve Patient Care Through Publications / Reducing Waste in Research
@trished

 

James Munro, The Patient Opinion
Patient opinion: how patient stories make an impact in healthcare
@jamesfm55

 


Closing Keynote Session
16:00 Thursday June 22nd – Lecture Theatre One
Evidence Policy and impacting on Global Health
CHAIR: Fiona Godlee

Mukesh Kapila, University of Manchester
Improving Policy for Humanitarian Work
@mukeshkapila

 

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

2018 Call for Abstracts
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June 19-20 2018