All too often, research does not provide the evidence we need for good health care. How can we shape the research landscape to produce useful evidence? How do we ask the right research questions, involve patients and set the right priorities? And what can research funding agencies, legislators, insurers or HTA agencies in particular do?
These questions are the main focus of the 21st EbM Congress, which is aimed at all health professions.
Our programme recommendations for all researchers:
- Training workshop Participation of patients in clinical research
Thursday 13.02.2020, 11.00-15.00
- Lecture session: Patient participation
Friday 14.02.2020, 11.00-12.30
- Symposium: Participatory Research
Friday 14.02.2020, 13.30-15.00
- Lecture session: Participation and patient focus
Friday 14.02.2020, 17.00-18.30
- Lecture session: Consent
Saturday 15.02.2020, 11.30-12.15
- Lecture session: Prioritisation
Saturday 15.02.2020, 12.15-13.00
In addition, further workshops, lectures and symposia on topics related to evidence-based medicine are planned. The events will deal with methodological questions, but also with the use of evidence in health care.
The EbM-Netzwerk is committed to ensuring that all citizens receive health care that is based on the best scientific knowledge and informed decision-making. It brings together scientists from medical, nursing and health science faculties, practicing doctors and representatives of other health professions.