The NIHR Diagnostic Evidence Co-operative (DEC) Oxford two-day course on diagnostic test development, evaluation and regulation.
Bookings are now open for the Diagnostic Evidence Workshop which will be held on 27-28 September 2016 at Worcester College, Oxford.
This course is aimed at all professionals working on diagnostic tests including people working in industry, academia, funding and regulation.
Day 1: Tuesday 27 September
- Tests as part of a clinical pathway: Dr Gail Hayward (Oxford Uni)
- Aligning research and development with clinical needs: Dr Philip Turner (Oxford Uni)
- Different forms of evidence for different types of questions: Prof Ann Van den Bruel (Oxford Uni)
- Workshop: How to avoid low quality studies: Dr Gail Hayward and Prof Ann Van den Bruel (Oxford Uni)
- Workshop: Searching for existing evidence to support regulatory approval and other purposes: Dr Nia Roberts (Oxford Uni)
Day 2: Wednesday 28 September
- Evidence for regulatory purposes: CE marking and European IVD Directive: Rosalind Polley (MHRA)
- Basic statistics in diagnostic studies: Dr Jason Oke (Oxford Uni)
- Evidence for implementation in routine clinical practice – NICE evaluations: Carla Deakin (NICE)
- Possibilities of routinely available data: Dr Antonis Kousoulis (LSHTM)
- Using evidence to support the business case: the route to adoption – Prof Chris Price (Oxford Uni)
- Funding for diagnostic test development/opportunities for collaboration with academia: Ravi Chana and Ian Newington (NIHR NOCRI)
Please note that the programme may be subject to change.
Course fees are £610 (inc VAT) which includes:
- All talks and workshops
- Tuition/course materials
- Lunch and refreshments on both days
- Seated three course dinner in the dining hall on 27 September
- College accommodation for the night of 27 September
For more details, fees and booking info please visit the DEC website: www.oxford.dec.nihr.ac.uk/workshop2016
If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org