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News, information, resources & issues affecting The Cochrane Collaboration
posted on: 8 Jan 2015 - 15:16
Strategy to 2020: what's in store for 2015
Mark Wilson is Cochrane's CEO, and has been working with the collaboration in this role since 2012. In this post, he provides an overview of recent Cochrane Steering Group decisions, and how they will affect Cochrane's plans for 2015. read more
posted on: 28 Nov 2014 - 12:40
World AIDS Day 2014
John Hilton works as an Editor with the Cochrane Editorial Unit (CEU), based in London. He has been with the CEU since November 2010. Previously, John worked as digital content editor and manager at the BMJ Evidence Centre, where he worked with Cochrane Editor in Chief David Tovey on Best Practice, Best Treatments, Clinical Evidence, and other projects aimed at presenting evidence... read more
posted on: 4 Nov 2014 - 05:54
Women with epilepsy face tough choices over their medication
Professor Tony Marson has been a consultant neurologist at The Walton Centre since 2003. He leads the Liverpool Epilepsy Research Group and is also Director of the UK Epilepsy Research Network; Deputy Director of the MRC North West Hub for Trials Methodology Research; Co-ordinating Editor of the Cochrane Epilepsy Group; and leads the National Audit of Seizure Management in Hospitals. read more
posted on: 27 Oct 2014 - 11:13
Let’s hear it: a chat about training
Miranda Cumpston is Cochrane’s Senior Training Co-ordinator, and is based at the Australasian Cochrane Centre in Melbourne. Her background is in health policy and public health, and she has been working for Cochrane, in Canada and Australia, since 2004. read more

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