IDEAL Conference 2022

Registration is now open to join us at Oxfords Trinity College for our annual IDEAL Collaboration International Meeting, which will be held in person for the first time since 2019!

Registration is now open to join us at Oxfords Trinity College for our annual IDEAL Collaboration International Meeting, which will be held in person for the first time since 2019!

We look forward to welcoming you into the heart of Oxford, at Trinity Colleges’ brand-new Levine building. This meeting is guaranteed to bring high-quality, and informative content, with interactive workshops, 10+ themes, and 20+ international speakers over 2 days.

If you are unable to join us in person, the event will be available online with a separate ticketing scheme (see below for more information), we are working hard to ensure that virtual attendees get to participate fully, and can access as much of our content as possible.

Content Covering…

  • APPLYING IDEAL – USE IN GOVERNANCE & RESEARCH
  • BARRIERS TO IMPLEMENTING IDEAL IN EVALUATION
  • IDEAL AND ROBOTICS
  • IDEAL AND STATISTICS
  • EXPANDING IDEAL – NEW AVENUES
  • IDEAL AND REAL-WORLD DATA
  • STRATEGY DISCUSSION – QUO VADIS?

 

Here is what Peter McCulloch, Chair of the IDEAL Collaboration, has to say about our Oxford Meeting…

This year’s meeting is built around a series of seminars in which experts and active researchers relay their experiences and give their views on the potential value of IDEAL in various contexts, propose new ideas and applications, and suggest ways in which the Framework and Recommendations could be improved.  The expert talks are aimed at stimulating general debate and where possible reaching a consensus view.  We discuss how surgical robots should be evaluated (and IDEAL’s role) and how IDEAL can be integrated into the evaluation work of device regulation, Health Technology Assessment and coverage/commissioning decisions.  We have reports on the barriers to implementing IDEAL and debate on what these are and how they could be overcome.  And we have a session on new initiatives and new areas where IDEAL may be adapted to be helpful to evaluation, featuring IDEAL in training evaluation, in evaluating surgery in low-income country settings, and the outstanding work of Baptiste Vasey on early clinical studies of healthcare AI, which was rewarded with a Nature Medicine publication for the DECIDE-AI guidelines … (Read full open letter)

 

Registration Now Open

In-person Tickets

Hybrid, Online Tickets

Concessions (50% off) are available for Students (Undergraduates, Doctoral – Thesis, FY1/2 Doctors) and attendees from Low-Income Countries.

To confirm your eligibility for this, please get in touch – ben.hornsby@nds.ox.ac.uk 

 

Our Preliminary Programme (Subject to change)