Seventh Guideline Development Workshop Using the GRADE Approach
Oct 4–6, 2017
The U.S. GRADE Network in collaboration with the Evidence Foundation is pleased to announce our seventh Guideline Development Workshop using the GRADE approach October 4th-6th, 2017 in Seattle, Washington. See the workshop details page for more information. An optional 1/2 day Systematic Review Pre-workshop on October 4th for registrants of the Guideline Development Workshop is also being offered. More details about this workshop can be found here.
Scholarship Opportunity Available
The U.S. GRADE Network in collaboration with Evidence Foundation is pleased to offer a scholarship program primarily for U.S.-based participants for attendance of the Guideline Development Workshop in Seattle, WA. Recipients will be awarded a waived registration fee funded by the Evidence Foundation. The U.S. GRADE Network is now accepting applications (deadline: 7/31/2017).
Application: 500 words (or less) describing an innovation in guideline development, implementation, or teaching with the goal of reducing bias in health care recommendations. The innovation could be a future idea or proposal, or one that has already been implemented. The selected applicants will be given the opportunity to provide a 5-10 minute oral presentation to inform audience about their idea or project.
Candidates: New to GRADE without prior GRADE workshop attendance. Early involvement in guideline development (not based on age or experience). Access to a GRADE mentor following the workshop is a plus. The U.S. GRADE Network may be able to help identify a GRADE mentor.
Travel and lodging: Applicant’s institution pays for travel and lodging.
Application deadline: Please send application with a letter of support from your institution by July 31st, 2017 to US@gradeworkinggroup.org