Tests as part of a clinical pathway: Dr Ann Van den Bruel (Oxford Uni)
Aligning research and development with clinical needs: Dr Philip Turner (Oxford Uni)
Different forms of evidence for different types of questions: Dr Ann Van den Bruel (Oxford Uni)
Workshop: How to avoid low quality studies: Dr Annette Pluddeman and Dr Ann Van den Bruel (Oxford Uni)
Workshop: Searching for existing evidence to support regulatory approval and other purposes: Dr Nia Roberts (Oxford Uni)
Day 2: Friday 2 October
Basic stats in diagnostic studies: Dr Beth Shinkins (Oxford Uni)
Evidence for regulatory purposes: CE marking and European IVD Directive: Steve Lee (MHRA)
Evidence for implementation in routine clinical practice - NICE evaluations: Dr Sarah Byron (NICE)
Possibilities of routinely available data: Dr Antonis Kousoulis (LSHTM)
Funding for diagnostic test development/opportunities for collaboration with academia: Ravi Chana (NIHR NOCRI)
Please note that the programme may be subject to change.
Workshop Accommodation Options
Accommodation in Worcester College for the night of Thursday 1 October is included in the price of the course fee.
There are a very limited number of rooms available for the night of Wednesday 30 September, the night before the course starts. The extra night costs £85 which includes breakfast and a single en-suite room in Worcester College. If you would like to book a room for this date, please email email@example.com
Alternative accommodation options in Oxford are included on the DEC website.
We'll be using the Twitter hashtag #DECOx15 to talk about the workshop. If you're on Twitter, follow @OxPrimaryCare to get involved.