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  • The Global Evidence Summit 2017 was a unique event. It was the first time that Cochrane, the Campbell Collaboration, the Guidelines International Network, the International Society for Evidence-based Health Care, and the Joanna Briggs Institute joined together to create this premiere event in evidence-based policy. You can read the highlights...
    September 30 2017
  • Help wanted! The Cochrane Rehabilitation Review Committee is in the process of tagging all rehabilitation relevant reviews in the Cochrane database.  The purpose of this work is to make these reviews more accessible to people involved in the work of rehabilitation.  Eventually we may explore categorising these reviews by intervention and...
    September 30 2017
  • Students 4 Best Evidence (S4BE) is a global online community with content created by, and for, students interested in evidence-based healthcare (EBH). It aims to help students, from school-age to post-graduate level, learn more about EBH. It does this by providing:  1) a platform for students to blog about topics and issues within EBH; 2) a...
    September 30 2017
  • An African proverb says: “If you want to go fast, go alone, if you want to go far, go together". My name is Chiara and last year I started my PhD in Brescia (Italy) on Evidence Based Medicine, dedicating most of my time to Cochrane Rehabilitation. This year I attended for the first time a Global Evidence Summit. There were more than 1.000 people...
    September 29 2017
  • We are delighted to announce that Tracey Howe, Director of the Cochrane Global Ageing Field and Member of the Cochrane Rehabilitation Executive Committee has been elected as internal member in the Cochrane Governing Board for a term of three years. Find more info on Cochrane Community.
    July 31 2017
  • Cochrane is a global independent network of researchers, professionals, patients, carers, and people interested in health with the mission to promote evidence-informed health decision-making. The Cochrane fields are groups which focus on a dimension of health care other than a specific healthcare problem such as the setting of care, the type...
    June 16 2017
  • It is always difficult to apply in everyday life what we think we would like to do and this is even more true for the application of scientific knowledge. This phenomenon is called the “know-do gap”. One of the main reasons is that evidence is usually not focused on (or written for) the consumers1.A solution to this problem is the so-called “...
    June 16 2017
  • Since the beginning the International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine (ISPRM) has always shown a great support to Cochrane Rehabilitation. Last May in Buenos Aires during the 11th ISPRM Congress a series of events involving Cochrane Rehabilitation took place.A scientific session dedicated to Cochrane Rehabilitation, introduced by...
    June 15 2017
  • Dr Carlotte Kiekens, Cochrane Rehabilitation Coordinator, was awarded by the Belgian Society for Neurorehabilitation with the Luc Van Calster Prize.The Luc Van Calster prize is aimed to award a physician or allied health professional in the Field of Neurorehabilitation, recognized for his work, and who has promoted the multidisciplinary...
    May 24 2017
  • During April 6th - 8th it took place in Pisa (Italy) the XVII National Congress of the Italian Society of Neuro-Rehabilitation (SIRN). SIRN is one of the scientific societies that expressed their support to Cochrane Rehabilitation and that are willing to collaborate in increasing the knowledge on EBM in the field of Neuro-Rehabilitation. On April...
    April 6 2017

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