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Evidence Live 2013 – Monday 25th March
08:00
Registration
09:00
Opening presentation: Welcome to Evidence 2013
Fiona Godlee
Editor in Chief, BMJ
Carl Heneghan
Director, Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine, University of Oxford
09:20
K1
Keynote: Transforming healthcare
Sir Muir Gray
Chief knowledge Officer of the NHS, Director of The Oxford Centre for Healthcare Transformation
09:50
K2
Keynote: Controversies in evidence – the case against screening in breast cancer
Peter Gøtzsche
Director, The Nordic Cochrane Centre
10:20
K3
Keynote: The next frontier for EBM – medical testing
Patrick M.M. Bossuyt
Professor of Clinical Epidemiology, University of Amsterdam
10:50
Coffee
11:20
A1 Child Health
1. Speaker 1
Terry Klassen
Director, Manitoba Institute of Child Health
2. Speaker 2
Ruth Gilbert
Professor of Clinical Epidemiology, Institute of Child Health, University College London
3. Speaker 3
Sourabh Dutta
Associate Professor in Neonatology, McMaster University
Chaired by
Terence Stephenson
Nuffield Professor of Child Health, University College London
A2 Building blocks of healthcare guidance
1. Speaker 1
Peter Davidson
Director of NIHR Evaluation, Trials and Studies Coordinating Centre (NETSCC)
2. Speaker 2
Martin Burton
Director of the UK Cochrane Centre
3. Speaker 3
Lesley Stewart
Director of Centre for Reviews and Dissemination (CRD)
Chaired by
David Tovey
Editor in Chief, The Cochrane Library
A3 Public-patient involvement
1. Speaker 1
Margaret McCartney
GP in Glasgow and author of the book The Patient Paradox
2. Speaker 2
Sally Crowe
James Lind Alliance and Crowe Associates Ltd
3. Speaker 3
Martine Price
Executive Director of Governance and Nursing, Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust
Chaired by
To be confirmed
Workshop & Poster Sessions
Workshop: More details coming soon
12:50
Lunch
13:50
K4
Keynote: Evidence, policy and politics
Clare Gerada
Chair of Council of the RCGP
14:20
K5
Keynote: Counting the dead in developing countries
Prabhat Jha
Professor, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto
14:50
K6
Keynote: Scientific integrity in scholarly research – the challenge for publishers
Howard Bauchner
Editor-in-Chief of JAMA
15:20
Coffee & Guided Poster Sessions
16:10
B1 Medical Devices
1. Speaker 1
Danica Marinac-Dabic
Director, Division of Epidemiology, US Food and Drug Administration
2. Speaker 2
Deb Cohen
Assistant Editor, BMJ
3. Speaker 3
Pauline McCormack
Research Associate, Newcastle University
Chaired by
Carl Heneghan
Director, Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine, University of Oxford
B2 Diagnostics
1. Speaker 1
Nick Crabb
Associate Director, Diagnostics Assessment Programme, NICE
2. Speaker 2
Paul Glasziou
Professor, Centre for Research in Evidence-Based Practice, Bond University, Australia.
3. Speaker 3
Jon Deeks
Professor of Biostatistics, University of Birmingham
Chaired by
Patrick M.M. Bossuyt
Professor of Clinical Epidemiology, University of Amsterdam
B3 Evidence in low-income settings
1. Speaker 1
Khamis Elessi
Head of the Gaza Evidence-Based Medicine Unit, Islamic University
2. Speaker 2
Lucy Mathen
Second Sight
3. Speaker 3
Kathryn Maitland
Professor, KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme
Chaired by
Ginny Barbour
Chief Editor, PLoS Medicine
Workshop & Poster Sessions
Workshop: Evidence now or later: Cochrane’s Response to decision-making in time-sensitive, localized settings

Catherine Gallagher
Cochrane Collaboration College for Policy
17:30
K7
Keynote: To be announced
18:00
Close
19:00
– – – NEW TO EVIDENCE 2013 – – –
Gala Dinner
Queens College Hall, Oxford University
The Evidence Live 2013 gala dinner is a unique opportunity to dine together with speakers and top poster presenters at historic Queens College. A four-course dinner with wine is provided for £75 (inclusive of VAT) and includes pre-dinner drinks.

Evidence Live 2013 – Tuesday 26th March
08:00
Registration
09:00
Introduction: Opening Presentation
Ben Goldacre
Award-winning writer, broadcaster & medical doctor. Author of weekly Guardian column and book: ‘Bad Science’
09:10
K8
Keynote: Addressing unwarranted variation in healthcare – can better care cost less?
John E. “Jack” Wennberg
Director of Clinical Evaluative Clinical Sciences (CECS), Dartmouth Medical School
09:40
K9
Keynote: Issues in conducting overviews – tensions between avoiding bias and understanding the context
Jack Cuzick
Professor of Epidemiology, Wolfson Institute of Preventive Medicine
10:10
K10
Keynote: Research misconduct in the pharmaceutical industry
Peter Wilmshurst
Consultant Cardiologist, Royal Shrewsbury
10:40
Coffee
11:10
C1 Modelling in healthcare
1. Speaker 1
Ken Stein
Professor of Public Health, University of Exeter
2. Speaker 2
Steve Humphries
BHF Professor of Cardiovascular Genetics, University College London
3. Speaker 3
To be confirmed
Chaired by
Tobias Kurth
Director of Research, INSERM
C2 Latest in publishing
1. Speaker 1
David Tovey
Editor in Chief, The Cochrane Library
2. Speaker 2
Trish Groves
Deputy Editor, BMJ and Editor in Chief, BMJ Open
3. Speaker 3
Ginny Barbour
Chief Editor, PLoS Medicine
Chaired by
Howard Bauchner
Editor-in-Chief of JAMA
C3 Optional session – student focused workshop
1. Top ten Abstracts
To be confirmed
Workshop & Poster Sessions
Workshop: More details coming soon
12:30
Lunch
13:30
K11
Keynote: How can EBM become successful?
Brian Haynes
Editor, ACP Journal Club
14:00
K12
Keynote: Developing evidence based public health – NICE and easy?
Mike Kelly
Director of the Centre of Public Health Excellence, NICE
14:30
Coffee
15:00
D1 Evidence aid
1. Speaker 1
Les Roberts
Director, Program on Forced Migration and Health
2. Speaker 2
Bonnix Kayabu
Evidence Aid Co-ordinator at the Centre for Global Health
Chaired by
Mike Clarke
Evidence Aid; Professor/Director of MRC Methodology Hub, Queens University Belfast
D2 Publication bias
1. Speaker 1
An-Wen Chan
Phelan Scientist, Women’s College Research Institute, University of Toronto
2. Speaker 2
Tom Jefferson
Editor Cochrane Acute Respiratory Infections Group
Chaired by
Doug Altman
Director, Centre for Statistics in Medicine, Oxford
D3 Engaging with the internet
1. Speaker 1
Tim Ringrose
CEO at Doctors.net.uk
2. Speaker 2
Jon Brassey
TRIP Database Ltd & Public Health Wales
Chaired by
To be confirmed
Workshop & Poster Sessions
Workshop: More details coming soon
16:05
K13
Keynote: Taking on the establishment – investigative journalism
Brian Deer
Investigative Reporter
16:50
Closing Reflections
Fiona Godlee
Editor in Chief, BMJ
Carl Heneghan
Director, Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine, University of Oxford
17:30
Close