This is the third in a series of Cochrane Blog posts about prioritization work by Cochrane Review Groups. You can read more about the project and the full series of blog post on the project page.
The Cochrane Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) Group moved to Bogota, Colombia in 2012, where it is now part of the School of Medicine at the…
December 1, 2016
Angéline Serre, EU Funding Coordinator, is leaving Cochrane to take up a one-year position at Bordeaux University. Her last day will be January 12. Given the ongoing uncertainty for EU funding of UK Cochrane Groups, as well as the central team, due to Brexit, we have been in discussions about what central support was appropriate given that many…
November 29, 2016
Nominations are now open for the election of four (4) new internal members of the Cochrane Governing Board. This will be the first election conducted under the updated Articles of Association and policies adopted following the 2016 governance restructure project.
The deadline for receiving nominations is 19 December 2016.
All candidates for…
November 29, 2016
An estimated $170 billion of research funding is wasted each year because its outcomes cannot be used . The waste occurs during 5 stages of research production: question selection, study design, research conduct, publication, and reporting [2,3]. Much of this waste appears to be avoidable or remediable, but there are few proposed solutions. …
November 28, 2016
Common issues in Summary of Findings tables and how to address them
The Cochrane Editorial Unit (CEU) has been undertaking pre-publication screening of Cochrane Reviews since 2013. In that time a team of editors from the CEU has assessed hundreds of submissions, and has not only identified areas for improvement within individual…
November 24, 2016
Cochrane CEO Mark Wilson, provides a recap of events from the Colloquium and what we have to look forward to.
It’s three weeks since the close of our 2016 Cochrane Colloquium held in the vibrant city of Seoul, South Korea, and therefore a good time to draw breath after the frenetic activity that took place there to assess the…
November 18, 2016
The Targeted Updates project aims to provide policy-makers, in particular guideline developers, with up-to-date information from Cochrane Reviews, tailored to their needs and working to a fast timeline. Targeted Updates use Cochrane Reviews as their foundation, but focus on updating selected comparisons and outcomes, working in close consultation…
November 17, 2016
We're posting all the highlights from the 2016 Cochrane Colloquium here - watch this space as we'll continue to update with new stories as we receive them!
Colloquium by the numbers
813 participants from 49 countries
151 oral presentations
Plenary and AGM videos now available
Videos from all four plenary sessions,…
November 15, 2016
Taryn Young, Senior Specialist Scientist from Cochrane South Africa, shares news of a recent workshop in Cape Town.
How do you develop a diagram to show how HIV testing could reduce HIV transmission? Or how providing communities with latrines could reduce the number of children with diarrhoea? If you want to know, then you should have come to the…
November 7, 2016
Andrew Herxheimer Memorial Meeting
Friends’ Meeting House, St Giles, Oxford OX1 3LW
Tuesday 15 November 2016, 10am for a 10.30 start
We very much hope that you will be able to join us on Tuesday 15 November 2016 to remember our colleague Andrew Herxheimer (1925-2016). We will celebrate his extraordinary contributions, in particular to the fields…
November 6, 2016