Cochrane UK is delighted to be hosting the 25th Cochrane Colloquium, at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre in Scotland, from 16th to 18th September 2018.Find out more about what is planned for the 2018 Colloquium:
Schedule, sign-up and the Colloquium app
You will be able to sign up for sessions and talks from 22 August.
The Colloquium app will also be available from 22 August.
We are delighted to be joined by a renowned list of regional and international speakers. They will be bringing a variety of perspectives - researcher, patient, carer and clinician - to bear on key issues and challenges in evidence-based practice, including:
- Jennifer Johannesen: The trouble with patient and public involvement (PPI)
- Margaret McCartney: Everyday annoyances: why is evidence in real life so hard?
- Sue Ziebland: Understanding and learning from patients’ experiences: developing a global perspective with DIPEx International
- Ruth Elwood Martin with Mo Korchinski: Arresting Hope: Women Taking Action in Prison Health Inside Out
- Victor Montori: From trickle-down evidence-based medicine to evidence-based medicine
- Christine Borgman with Irene Pasquetto: Big Data, Little Data, or No Data? Systematic Reviews in an Age of Open Data
- Dalila Martínez: Too many pills! – How being a patient led me to a career in qualitative research
Dorothy Olouch: Learning from mothers’ voices; lived experiences of mothers of premature babies in Kenya
- Gregor Smith: Realistic Medicine: Knowledge and Understanding for a Realistic Era
- Mark Taylor: Research Impact Assessment - from practitioner to patient
A number of special sessions are taking place at the Colloquium. These will highlight initiatives and ongoing work within Cochrane, as well as foster interaction and the development of partnerships with external organizations, including Wikipedia, Testing Treatments, Choosing Wisely and more.
This year’s Gala Dinner, taking place on Monday 17 September, will be held at the National Museum of Scotland, where guests will enjoy pre-dinner drinks followed by a three-course meal in the light filled Grand Gallery. The evening’s entertainment will include traditional Scottish music and a ceilidh, followed by a disco.
You can now book on to a variety of tours an experiences when you register for the Colloquium. From whisky or gin tasting, to guided tours of Edinburgh or St. Andrews, there’s something for everyone. Find out more here.
You can also sign up to the Anne Anderson walk here. Only 60 places are available, so please book early to avoid disappointment.
Plus, find out what to see and where to eat in Edinburgh here.