Submissions for abstracts open - Cochrane Colloquium, Toronto 2020
4-7th October 2020, The Westin Harbour Castle, TorontoThe Cochrane Colloquium is Cochrane's flagship annual event. It brings people together from around the world to discuss putting research into important global health questions and promoting evidence-informed health care.
2019 virtual #CochraneSantiago Colloquium wrap-up
All content remains freely available on the Colloquium website and open to everyone!
Welcome to Virtual #CochraneSantiago!
Welcome to Cochrane’s first ever Virtual Colloquium, #CochraneSantiago!We are delighted to see everyone’s hard work for this Colloquium on display and we look forward to engaging with all of you in this new Colloquium format.
Counting down to Cochrane’s first ever Virtual #CochraneSantiago
It’s only a few days away - Virtual #CochraneSantiagoNext week is our first Virtual Colloquium and we are delighted to showcase the fabulous work of hundreds of Cochrane contributors.
David Sackett Prize awarded to Sir Iain Chalmers
Dr David Sackett was an originator of clinical epidemiology and evidence-based medicine. He contributed extensively to the development of research methods through his books and published articles, as well as through education and lectures at McMaster and around the world. Notably he turned clinical research into a scientifically sound and practical multidisciplinary “team sport,” and has changed for the better the quality of healthcare research and clinical practice.
Cochrane Priority Reviews List: Reviews open to new authors
The Cochrane Priority Reviews List is a ‘living’ record of Cochrane’s ongoing efforts to identify reviews that are of greatest importance to our stakeholders and are likely to impact significantly on health outcomes worldwide. The list is updated in real time as reviews are published and new titles added.
Cochrane Santiago message from the Cochrane Board
At the close of its meeting today, Cochrane’s Governing Board extended its grateful thanks to Gabriel Rada, the Local Organizing Team at Cochrane Chile, Cochrane Iberoamerica, and support from Cochrane’s Central Executive Team for their outstanding work in preparing for the 2019 Santiago Colloquium.
How to survive a Cochrane Colloquium
Muriah Umoquit is Communications and Analytics Officer with Cochrane’s Knowledge Translations team. She has attended and presented at many academic conferences before, with Vienna 2015 being her first Colloquium.
New Cochrane Handbook for Systematic Reviews of Interventions
Cochrane is delighted to announce the publication of the new edition of the Cochrane Handbook for Systematic Reviews of Interventions following extensive revision. Designed for authors and editors of Cochrane Reviews, but equally useful for anyone conducting systematic reviews, it describes the methods and best practices in planning, conducting and interpretation of systematic reviews to inform decision-making around the use of health and healthcare interventions.