Consensus & Guideline subcommittee Projects
The Next EAES Guideline project
The EAES Consensus & Guideline Subcommittee has set as strategic goal the evidence-informed and transparant selection of future EAES guideline projects.
To this aim, we are operationalizing an annual systematic review and quality assessment of published surgical guidelines to identify relevant gaps. In conjunction with an annual survey of EAES members, this process will inform the selection of future EAES guidelines.
The first survey of EAES members has been launched as part of the Survey Project on Guideline Awareness and Use and took place in December 2018 and January 2019.
The GAUSS Project (Guideline Awareness and Use Survey Stream)
The EAES Consensus & Guideline Subcommittee has run a survey of professionals practicing surgery in Europe with the objectives to:
- Investigate the level of uptake of EAES Guidelines and other clinical practice guidelines in surgery
- Explore the reasons behind poor uptake
- Explore the views of surgeons on how to improve the uptake of surgical guidelines, and
- Develop an action plan to improve the uptake of surgical guidelines
The results of the survey will be published in April 2019.
EAES Guideline Development Manual
Primary strategic goals of the EAES Consensus & Guideline Subcommittee are the improvement of quality and standardization of methodology of EAES guidelines.
The Subcommittee aims at developing a Guideline Development Manual which will be used in future EAES guideline projects. It may also serve as a reference to other national and international organizations.
The Manual will be available through the EAES website in February 2020.
EAES Bariatric Guidelines 2019
EAES has embarked on the project “EAES Bariatric Guidelines 2019” in collaboration with the European Association for the Study of Obesity (EASO) and the International Federation for the Surgery of Obesity (IFSO).
The guideline development group is receiving continuous training in guideline development methodology by the chair of the EAES Consensus & Guideline Subcommittee through regular webinars.
The project methodology involves state-of-the-art systematic review methodology, meta-analytic evidence synthesis and summarization of evidence using the GRADEpro software. The project adheres to AGREE II methodology, evidence assessment and recommendation development according to standard GRADE methodology, and recommendation reporting according to AGREE-REX.
The project was presented at the EAES Annual Congress in Sevilla, June 2019.
The Guideline Development Group consists of:
|Nicola Di Lorenzo||Gianfranco Silecchia|
|Francesco Canaro||Angelo Iossa|
|Stavros Antoniou||Ferdinando Agresta|
|Senior members||Junior members|
|Carmen Balague – Ponz||Berta Gonzalo-Prats||Spain|
|Rachel Batterham||Andrea Pucci||Italy|
|Nicole Bouvy||Suzanne Pruijssers||Netherlands|
|Luca Busetto||Angelo Di Vincenzo||Italy|
|Catalin Copaescu||Maura Buza||Romania|
|Maurizio De Luca||Giacomo Piatto||Italy|
|Dror Dicker||Carmil Azran||Israel|
|Martin Fried||Jitka Herlesova||Czech Republic|
|Daniela Godoroja||Roxana Badescu||Romania|
|David Goitein||Shlomi Rayman||Israel|
|Salvador Morales-Conde||Isaias Alarcón||Spain|
|Gerhard Prager||Daniel-Moritz Felsenreich||Austria|
|Ramon Villalonga||Sergio Sanchez-Cordero||Spain|
|Nader Francis||United Kingdom|
|Jason Harlford||United Kingdom|
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