In-Person Courses at The GIN Conference 2023
The 18th Annual GIN Conference took place in Glasgow from September 19 – 22. The theme of this year’s conference was “Maintaining Quality While Pursuing Efficiency.” Fifteen learners pursued efficiency and quality by attending the in-person training session offered during the pre-conference.
“I was delighted to participate in the in-person INGUDE Level 4 course for guideline credentialing instructors during the 18th Annual GIN Conference. This course proved to be a fascinating introduction into a community of highly esteemed experts in guideline development methodology. The interactive features and practical exercises, coupled with insightful feedback from both faculty and peers, significantly enhanced my skills in teaching guideline development methods. It provided a unique opportunity to recognize my strengths and weaknesses in the process, contributing to a deeper understanding of the intricacies involved. Furthermore, the course facilitated valuable networking opportunities, connecting me with expert guideline methodologists from around the world.”
Stavros A. Antoniou General Surgeon at Papageorgiou General Hospital
“As somebody who administers a guideline development program, I have found INGUIDE Level 2 useful to learn fundamental concepts and methods and to plan guideline projects. The in-person experience of Level 2 was especially useful. The instructors were excellent, and fellow learners contributed valuable knowledge and experience. Teaching was effectively delivered through a mix of didactic and problem-based approaches, using examples from real guideline efforts”
Robert Kunkle Deputy Director Quality Improvement Programs at American Society of Hematology
“I really enjoyed the in-person INGUIDE Level 4 course. The content and the practical exercises were challenging but the peer-mentoring approach worked very well. Working with my colleagues on the teaching exercises was a great opportunity to try out new ideas and to get excellent feedback for both colleagues and facilitators. The facilitators did a great job of communicating concepts/ideas and making the course entertaining as well as informative”.
Hugh McGuire Senior Adviser at NICE International & NICE Advice National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
These testimonials collectively underscore the conference’s commitment to fostering expertise and collaboration. The dedication of INGUIDE learners, as highlighted by these experiences, actively contributes to the continuous improvement and elevation of quality standards in the dynamic field of guideline development.News