Sponsorship and Exhibition Information

G-I-N & JBI Conference 2019 is an exciting opportunity for all those who work with guidelines in health and social care to come together; from development and methodology through to implementation and evaluation.

An exciting range of sponsorship opportunities have been developed, each containing benefits that will ensure your organisation receives maximum exposure. Packages have been designed to suit a range of budgets. 

An important element of the Conference will be the exhibition of the latest products and services. The daily Conference program will be structured to give participants maximum opportunity to visit the exhibition. All lunches and refreshments will take place in the exhibition area.  Our Sponsorship & Exhibition Prospectus can be viewed here.

Please click here for a copy of our sponsorship application form.  You can also view the G-I-N Sponsorship Policy here.

For further information please  contact

We are delighted to be supported by the following organisations:


Wolters Kluwer have come on-board as a Platinum Sponsor at #GINJBI2019, and we are thrilled to have them join us this year in Adelaide.  WK enables healthcare, tax, finance, legal and regulatory professionals to be more effective and efficient, and provides information, software and services that deliver vital insights, intelligent tools and guidance of subject-matter experts.

As a global provider of professional information, software solutions and services, WK helps to protect people's health and prosperity and contribute to a safe and just society, while building better professionals in business. 

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 University of South Australia have been confirmed as our first Silver Sponsor, and we are delighted  to have this support from our local hosts! 

The University was established in 1991 - its foundations dating back to latter half of the 19th century. The largest university in South Australia is home to approx 32,000 students, and offers degree programs across a range of subjects including business, law, education, arts & social sciences, health sciences, info technology, engineering & the environment.

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EBSCO Health is the leading provider of evidence-based clinical decision support solutions, healthcare business intelligence, and peer-reviewed medical research information for the healthcare industry. Their mission is to provide evidence-based resources that inform the global healthcare community.

We are delighted that they will be exhibiting at #GINJBI2019 and delivering an innovative lunchtime session.

EBSCO Health Lunch Session, Friday 1st November 2019, 12.30pm  – 1.30pm

DynaMed and EBSCO Health Innovations Solve Challenges in Healthcare Decision Making

Guideline development and implementation is increasingly complex with expectations for evidence-based health care, shared decision making between health care stakeholders, balancing between value-based care and respecting patient and public expectations. Realizing these ideals in health care settings however is met with many challenges: lack of and timely access to adequate resources, limited knowledge of and skills to implement best practice, difficulty in balancing different stakeholder expectations in the decision-making process, difficulty in timely and effective communication within and across stakeholders and the increasing volume and complexity of “evidence” and its influence on decision making. While various strategies have been trialed and tested, most attempted solutions are limited in effectiveness, efficiency and satisfaction for patients and professionals.  Applying the highest standards for real-world use provides many disruptive innovations to overcome these challenges. Join us to see and experience the present and future in decision support tools to assist in effective, efficient and timely decision making in health care. 

Places are limited. To register your attendance, please email registration@ginconference.net 







Covidence is a not-for-profit service working in partnership with Cochrane to improve the production and use of systematic reviews for health and wellbeing.

Their mission is to dedicate themselves to making tools that make systematic reviewing faster, easier and more enjoyable!  We are delighted to have them on-board at #GINJBI2019


McMaster will also be partnering with G-I-N as the local host for 2020, which will support collaboration in guideline development, adaptation and implementation, and look forward to seeing you in Toronto for #GIN2020. We are delighted to have them on-board at #GINJBI2019

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 SA Health is committed to protecting and improving the health of all South Australians by providing leadership in health reform, public health services, health and medical research, policy development and planning, with an increased focus on well being, illness prevention, early intervention and quality care. Looking forward to seeing you in Adelaide! 

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Kleijnen Systematic Reviews (KSR) Ltd is an independent research company that produces and disseminates systematic reviews, cost effectiveness analyses and health technology assessments of research evidence in health care. 

KSR works for a variety of commissioners, including the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, similar institutes in Europe, and for pharmaceutical companies.   We are delighted to have them on-board at #GINJBI2019







Cochrane  is for anyone interested in using high-quality information to make health decisions. Whether you are a doctor or nurse, patient or carer, researcher or funder, Cochrane evidence provides a powerful tool to enhance your healthcare knowledge and decision making.  Their strategy aims to put Cochrane evidence at the heart of health decision-making all over the world. Welcome on board!






Evidence Partners -  The world’s most advanced systematic literature review software, DistillerSR systematic review software manages, tracks, and streamlines the screening, data extraction, and reporting processes of your systematic reviews and literature reviews, letting you focus on delivering the best possible evidence-based research, faster.

We are delighted that they will be exhibiting at #GINJBI2019 and delivering an innovative lunchtime session.

Evidence Partners Lunch Session, Thursday 31st October 2019, 12.30 – 1.30pm

Project Minecraft – Using the Next Generation DistillerSR

Whether you are a DistillerSR veteran or new to this systematic review software, join us for an interactive how-to session covering the key elements of DistillerSR’s latest release - codenamed Minecraft.  The presentation will focus on how best to use DistillerSR’s second generation AI tools, automated document procurement, enhanced deduplication, multi-project reporting and relational data extraction. Examples from a wide variety of review types and protocols will be presented.

Places are limited. To register your attendance, please email registration@ginconference.net

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Friend of G-I-N

Guideline Central  is dedicated to providing healthcare professionals with evidence-based clinical decision-support tools that are current, practical, and easily accessible. They partner with over thirty-five medical societies and government agencies to provide quick-reference tools that physicians can rely on for credible guidance in the management of a medical condition.  We are delighted to be working with them at #GINJBI2019

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Health Translation SA aims to enable research findings to be translated into action, as quickly as possible and in a practical way, to ensure that health research can positively impact on the health of individuals and the community.  We are delighted to have them on-board.






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Important Dates

Registration Opens -  29 January 2019


Abstracts Submission Opens - 29 January 2019


Abstract Submission Closes - 8 May 2019


Notification of Abstract Acceptance -  26 June 2019


Early Bird Registration Closes -  7 August 2019


Conference –  30 October - 2 November 2019

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