Conflict of interest declaration: Liliya Eugenevna Ziganshina

Roles in: Cochrane Russia

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?
Yes - Fellowships from Cochrane Infectious Diseases Group (2003, 2005, 2012) Funding for attending Cochrane Colloquium 2014 (Hyderabad) from Cochrane Nordic; Funding for participating in Cochrane Colloquium 2015 (Vienna) from Cochrane Central Executive; Funding for participating in the Global Evidence Summit 2017 (Cape Town) from Cochrane Central Executive Funding for participating in Cochrane Governance Meeting 2018 (Lisbon) from Cochrane Central Executive Funding for participating in Cochrane Colloquium 2018 (Edinburgh) from Cochrane Central Executive

b) Had paid consultancies: any paid work, consulting fees (in cash or kind) from a related organisation?
Yes - from the World Health Organisation; EuroHealth Group for pharmaceutical policy work in Kazakhstan (2010-2015) - World Bank project on pharmaceutical / health care reform.

c) Received honoraria: one-time payments (in cash or kind) from a related organisation?
No

d) Served as a director, officer, partner, trustee, employee or held a position of management with a related organisation?
Yes - held and am currently holding a position of the Head of Research and Education Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine of the Kazan Federal University

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)?
No

f) Received personal gifts from a related organisation?
No

g) Had an outstanding loan with a related organisation?
No

h) Received royalty payments from a related organisation?
No

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?
No