About the G-I-N Scholars Program
The Guidelines International Network (G-I-N) is an international not-for-profit association of organizations and individuals involved in Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPGs). G-I-N promotes the systematic development of CPGs and provides access to an international guideline library. The G-I-N Scholars program provides grants for members to attend the G-I-N conference. Requirements for grant recipients include commitments to collaborate with the AAO-HNSF as a panel member or assistant chair of an upcoming guideline panel and to submit a commentary pertaining to CPGs to Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery.
The 2022 G-I-N Conference will take place in Toronto from September 21-24 following the Cochrane Colloquium.
Previous G-I-N Scholars
Alissa Kanaan, MD
Integration of Patient-Reported Outcome Measures in the Electronic Health Record
Sukgi Choi, MD
Clinical Practice Guidelines: How Does AAO-HNS Choose Topics and What Is the Process for Developing CPGs?
Andrew Shuman, MD
Reg-ent within the Learning Health System
Samantha Anne, MD, MS
Role of consumers in guideline development process
Do Clinical Practice Guidelines Improve Quality?
Medical Malpractice Implications of Clinical Practice Guidelines
Adherence to clinical practice guidelines: How are we doing?
The Challenge of Trustworthy Guideline Development when Evidence is Sparse
Evaluation of the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics Hearing Loss
James (Whit) Mims, MD
Targeting Quality Improvement in Clinical Practice Guidelines
Ryan Murray, MD
Spreading the word: Technologies that assist guideline dissemination and implementation
Elliot Regenbogen, MD
Adult Sinusitis Guideline Comparison (IDSA vs AAOHNSF)
Robert Stachler, MD
Allergic Rhinitis CPG Comparison (AAAAI/ACAAI Practice Parameters vs AAOHNSF)
Stephen C. Maturo, MD
Are We in Compliance? AAO-HNSF Clinical Practice Guidelines’ Adherence to Standard
David E. Tunkel, MD
Who Wrote This Clinical Practice Guideline?
Scott E. Brietzke, MD MPH
Individualized clinical practice guidelines: the next step in the evidence-based health care evolution?
Richard K. Gurgel, MD
Updating Clinical Practice Guidelines: How Do We Stay Current?
Jennifer Shin, MD, SM
Involving Stakeholders in the Development of Clinical Practice Guidelines
Melissa Pynnonen, MD
A Patient-Centered Approach to Clinical Practice Guidelines in Otolaryngology