Evidence Live 2018
Dissemination, Translation & Innovation
Tuesday 19 – Wednesday 20 June 2018
Additional half day focusing on dissemination and communication aimed at early career researches Monday June 18th
Blavatnik School of Government, Walton Street
Evidence Live is a partnership between The BMJ and the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine in the University of Oxford’s Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences.
This meeting combines debate on the latest issues with education and practical skills development; a community coming together for a conference and evidence-based workshops where international thinkers share ideas to improve healthcare. We seek answers to the question: how can we transform healthcare for the better?
Early Bird Rate £365 until 31/01/2018 (Fee includes all meeting materials, refreshments & social on Monday June 18th)
2017 Attendee rate available until December 1st £345
Limited Medical and Health Science Student Registration also available at £155
Additional half day focusing on dissemination and communication aimed at early career researchers Monday June 18th £55
Workshop & Seminar deadline December 15th – Oral and Poster deadline February 28th
Submissions are being accepted under the following themes:
- Educating patients, the public and healthcare providers in making informed choices.
- Improving the dissemination of evidence
- Making research evidence relevant, replicable and accessible
- Better, usable and more accessible clinical guidelines.
- Better use of real world data.
- Building Capability and Leadership
- Increase the systematic use of existing evidence
- Improve the use of information in the media
- Translation of evidence into better care
- Tools and concepts that are basic and central to the teaching and practising of evidence-based medicine.
Stunning venue designed to promote open discussion, interaction and collaboration
The Blavatnik School of Government was developed by internationally renowned architects Herzog & de Meuron. After becoming operational at the end of 2015, the building was officially opened by HRH the Duke of Cambridge in May 2016.
On the lower ground floor, two horseshoe-shaped lecture theatres are designed to facilitate interaction among participants, 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.
Keep up to date with programme announcements and release of keynote speakers at http://evidencelive.org/.