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Friday, 7 November 201409:45-10:30
Plenary Lecture 1 (Room 201) Five Radical Proposals to Evolve EBM
Paul Glasziou (Australia)
Centre for Research in Evidence-Based Practice, Bond University, Australia


14:00-14:40

Plenary Lecture 2 (Room 201) What Will It Take for Evidence-Based Health Care to Become Successful?
R. Brian Haynes (Canada)
Department of Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics, McMaster University, Canada


14:40-15:20

Plenary Lecture 3 (Room 201) Implementation of Evidence-Based Healthcare Practice in Japan: The Role of MINDS
Naohito Yamaguchi (Japan)
Department of Public Health, School of Medicine, Tokyo Women’s Medical University/ MINDS Center, Japan Council for Quality Health Care, Japan


Saturday, 8 November 201409:00-09:45
Plenary Lecture 4 (Room 201) EBM is Personalized Medicine
Gordon H. Guyatt (Canada)
Department of Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics, McMaster University, Canada


09:45-10:30

Plenary Lecture 5 (Room 201) EBHC Policy: The Role of Glocalization
Ken N. Kuo (Taiwan)
Center for Evidence-Based Medicine, Taipei Medical University, Taiwan


Sunday, 9 November 201410:50-11:35
Plenary Lecture 6 (Room 201) The Challenges of EBHC in Patients with Multiple Chronic Conditions
Victor Montori (USA)
Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, USA


11:35-12:20

Plenary Lecture 7 (Room 201) Bringing Evidence-Based Practice and Shared Decision-Making Together
Lyndal Trevena (Australia)  
The University of Sydney, Australia