Conflict of interest declaration: Jordi Pardo Pardo
Updated on: 15 March 2021Roles in: Governing Board
1. Financial interests
a) Received research funding: any grant, contract or gift, commissioned research, or fellowship from The Cochrane Collaboration or a related organisation (i.e. any organisation related to health care or medical research) to conduct research?
b) Had paid consultancies: any paid work, consulting fees (in cash or kind) from a related organisation?
Yes - Jordi Pardo Pardo was a one-day a week employee of the Central Executive Team for nine months in 2019. He resigned when he was elected to the board. Jordi Pardo, a trustee of Cochrane Collaboration, is a Co-Managing Editor of Cochrane Musculoskeletal Group. The Group forms part of the Centre for Global Health / OCPHR at the Ottawa Hospital, Canada. During the year, Cochrane Collaboration paid the Centre for Global Health / OCPHR ??39,097 (2018: ??13,025) in consultancy and personnel costs. No funds were outstanding at the year end.
c) Received honoraria: one-time payments (in cash or kind) from a related organisation?
d) Served as a director, officer, partner, trustee, employee or held a position of management with a related organisation?
e) Possessed share-holdings, stock, stock options, equity with a related organisation (excludes mutual funds or similar arrangements where the individual has no control over the selection of the shares)?
f) Received personal gifts from a related organisation?
g) Had an outstanding loan with a related organisation?
h) Received royalty payments from a related organisation?
2. Do you have any other competing interests that could pose a conflict of interest that would reasonably appear to be related to the primary interest?
Yes - My wife is Editor-in-Chief of the Campbell Collaboration, an organization producing evidence synthesis in social sciences.