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P321 Dissemination Of The Clinical Practice Guidelines Development Methodology Based On body Of Evidence In Japan ∼ Development Of Educational Package For Clinical Practice Guidelines And Workshop Program
  1. M Yoshida1,2,
  2. Y Hatakeyama 1,3,
  3. A Okumura1,4,
  4. N Takahashi1,
  5. N Kojimahara1,5,
  6. K Kiyohara1,5,
  7. Y Sato1,5,
  8. N Htun1,6,
  9. N Yamaguchi1,5
  1. 1MINDS (Medical Information Network Distribution Service) Center, EBM Guidelines, Tokyo, Japan
  2. 2Department of Hemodialysis and Surgery, Chemotherapy Research Institute, Inter, Ichikawa, Japan
  3. 3Department of Advanced Social and International Studies, Graduate School of A, Tokyo, Japan
  4. 4Department of Social Medicine, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
  5. 5Department of Public Health Tokyo Women Medical University, Tokyo Japan
  6. 6Department of Molecular Epidemiology, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Tokyo, Japan

Abstract

Objective The dissemination and active support for clinical practice guidelines development method based on the principle of EBM, is one of the main pillars of MINDS (Medical Information Network Distribution Service) consignment project for EBM promotion implemented by Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare Japan. In 2007, with the publication of MINDS guidance to develop Clinical practice guidelines 2007 by Fukui et al., a protocol to develop clinical practice guidelines was introduced as the most valid manual at that time in Japan. However, advanced improvements towards the global standards in the CPG development methodology have been established within these 5 years after previous publication, such as GRADE system, AGREE II, IOM etc. Accordingly, the Workshop for Clinical Practice Guidelines development methodology is planned to introduce the latest advanced methodology for medical and healthcare professionals who engaged in the clinical practice guidelines development. 2. Contents This workshop comprises the lectures and group practices, assuming AGREE II as a standard for the educational package development and, using GRADE system for quality of evidence and strength of recommendation, which promote the CPG development methods for disease management. We hope to show the ‘PROGRAMME’ for the progress of the workshop at G-I-N2013. 3. Target Audience For all medical and healthcare professionals who have interest in and for those who engage in clinical practice guidelines development in Japan. 4. Workshop Outline Educational workshops will be held four times within a year 2013 in Tokyo Japan. The first workshop date: 2013-03-20 (Wed) 10:00∼17:00

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