Four global leaders in evidence synthesis and evidence-based practice, Cochrane, JBI, Guidelines International Network, and The Campbell Collaboration, invite you to join the eagerly anticipated 2nd Global Evidence Summit. These organizations are forgoing their annual conferences in 2024, and uniting once again to provide an event with a unique opportunity to exchange ideas about how best to produce, summarise and disseminate evidence to inform policy and practice, and use that evidence to improve people’s lives across the world.
at the stunning, modern O2 universum venue
on 10-13 September with satellite meetings on 9 September 2024
The summit will be multi-disciplinary and will bring together academics, researchers, and leaders across different sectors, including health, education, social justice, the environment, and climate change. Abstract and workshop submissions will open in early January. The themes for GES 2024 are:
- Sustainable development agenda
- The importance of research integrity in making evidence accessible
- Power of synergy in evidence synthesis & synthesis products
- Evidence translation & implementation
- Advocating for greater evidence communication & use of evidence
- From global evidence to local impact
Catherine Spencer, Cochrane's CEO, extends a personal invitation to everyone in the Cochrane community:
"It was wonderful to unite with the vibrant Cochrane community at our recent Cochrane Colloquium in London. In 2024, rather than hosting individual conferences, we take immense pride in co-hosting the 2nd Global Evidence Summit (GES) alongside some of our esteemed partners. This landmark event is scheduled to take place in Prague, Czech Republic, from 10 - 13 September with Satellite meetings on the 9 September.
We extend a warm and enthusiastic invitation to all our Cochrane members and supporters to mark these dates in their calendars and join us for what promises to be an extraordinary gathering of global minds. The GES serves as a pivotal platform for discussions spanning critical issues across various sectors, including health, education, social justice, the environment, and climate change.
Attending the GES will undoubtedly be of great benefit to our Cochrane community, fostering synergies and facilitating knowledge sharing within the global evidence community. I extend an invitation to explore the website, mark your calendars, and begin contemplating abstract submissions. Let's prepare to unite for #GES2024, actively shaping a future anchored in evidence-synthesis and collaborative efforts."
Thursday, December 21, 2023