2017 Registration OPEN

Evidence Live June 21st to 22nd, 2017
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Two days of talks, presentations and debate on the Manifesto EBM 2.0
2017 Symposium Registration OPEN 21st to 22nd June, 2017
register-buttonOrchestrate change by sharing your ideas for Better Evidence for Better Healthcare.

Be part of the Better Evidence for Better Healthcare manifesto.
EBM 2.0 manifesto developed by an engaged community involved at all points of the evidence ecosystem.
Engage in fixing the problems of poor quality evidence, poor quality reporting and uptake of treatments that don’t matter to patients.
Early Bird registration is now open for the Evidence Live 2017 at £355. (Fee includes all meeting materials, refreshments and gala dinner).
Limited Medical and Health Science Student Registration also available at £155

Conference Themes
Informed Decisions – Clinical Trials – Evidence Synthesis – Research Methods – Evidence-Based Policy – Routine data – Communication of Evidence – Indivudual Accountability – Regulatory evidence

Programme Includes
Keynote Talks – Workshops & Seminars – Parallel and Poster Sessions – Breakfast Session – Networking – Open meeting/Manifesto EBM 2.0
More details will be released as the programme develops

Evidence live is expected to be a sell out event, please book early to avoid disappointment.

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.

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Read the
EBM 2.0 Manifesto
Evidence Live 2017
Call for Abstracts
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University of Oxford.