Date: 30 April 2018
Time: 10am-5.00pm GMT
Place: St. Catherine’s College, Oxford
Morning Foundation Setting
10.30-11.00: Ethical and Epistemic Values in Assistive Technology (Leah McClimans)
11.00-11:30 The Importance of Values in Evidence-Based Medicine (Mike Kelly)
12.00-12.30 Values in Health Policy (Katherine Furman)
13.45-14.15: Ethics and EBM (Richard Ashcroft and Stuart Nicholls)
14.15-14.45 Current status of values in EBM (Ross Upshur and Maya Goldenberg)
15.00-17.00: Afternoon Discussion: Implementing values in the construction of EBM
Objectives: A co-authored paper on topic “Implementing values in the construction of EBM”
Explore interest in future meeting(s) and possible funding sources, e.g. Wellcome Small Grants
Points for discussion:
- Collective experiences applying apply values in EBM
- What are the obstacles? What are the opportunities?
- Who are our allies?
- How does one articulate the importance of values in EBM to health policy, epidemiologists, health service researchers, etc.?
- Is there an existing framework that could be used for this task, e.g. value-based practice, implementation science?
- EBM is a broad and varied field, are there aspects of EBM that we should target?
- What are the benefits of considering values in EBM from different stakeholder perspectives?
Division of labor for paper
Thoughts on the meeting/questions/comments