Ongoing series of webinars on the Future of Evidence Synthesis at Cochrane
Cochrane organized a series of webinars focused on the Future of Evidence Synthesis change program. There will be Project-focused sessions alternating with sessions built around topics or questions from specific Cochrane Groups. Through this link you will find a form through which you can suggest what topics will be covered in upcoming Future of Evidence Synthesis webinars.
Don’t miss our participation at the next webinar promoted by the European Forum for Research in Rehabilitation!
The European Forum for Research in Rehabilitation (EFRR) is the major multidisciplinary rehabilitation research forum in Europe. During the next webinar, on May 19, 2022, from 19:00 to 20:00, Carlotte Kiekens and Stefano Negrini will talk about “The new definition of rehabilitation developed by Cochrane Rehabilitation with all the major global stakeholders,” an initiative promoted by Cochrane Rehabilitation to define a comprehensive rehabilitation definition for scientific purposes.
New Partnership between Cochrane Rehabilitation and SFP
Cochrane Rehabilitation and The French Society of Physiotherapy are pleased to announce the signature of a partnership. Here is a brief description of the SFP and its organization:
Register to the next Cochrane ECP event!
The Cochrane Early Career Professional Network will host a session on April 28th, 2022, with Chiara Arienti, Coordinator at Cochrane Rehabilitation, and Pierre Côté, Professor at Ontario Tech University. Introduced by Joel Pollet, the session will consist of two presentations:
New partnership between Cochrane Rehabilitation and IDRR
Cochrane Rehabilitation and the Institute for Disability and Rehabilitation Research (IDRR) at
Webinars on physical rehabilitation for stroke from Cochrane Training Learning Live
The Learning Live series by Cochrane Training will host two free interactive webinars (held twice to cover global timezones) on physical rehabilitation after stroke. The webinars are 90 minutes each and are primarily aimed at people with an interest in, or experience of, physical rehabilitation after stroke. You will hear why, and how, a group of stroke survivors, carers, and physiotherapists worked together to co-develop a model that describes physical rehabilitation after stroke.
The 29th Turkish PRM Congress is here!
The 29th Turkish PRM National Congress takes place from 2 to 6 March 2022, including a Cochrane Rehabilitation session within the panel "Evidence-based Rehabilitation", on March 4, at 8:40 am CET. There will be present Francesca Gimigliano, Chair of Cochrane Rehabilitation's Communication Working Area and associate professor of physical and rehabilitation medicine, and Margarida Mota Freitas, the Cochrane Rehabilitation's Translation manager.
Do not miss the next Cochrane Connects meeting!
Do not miss the next Cochrane Connects meeting (online), focused on research waste and research integrity. This special edition of Cochrane Connects will feature the Cochrane-REWARD prize ceremony. Since 2017, the prize has gathered, assessed, and publicized local or pilot initiatives with the potential to reduce research waste if scaled up globally. External representatives will announce the winners of the first and second prizes live, along with short presentations and questions from the audience.
The Evidence Commission published its report
COVID-19 has created a once-in-a-generation need to focus on evidence among governments, organizations, professionals, and citizens. In this pandemic era, a huge demand for evidence is required to address the rapidly evolving challenges, and remarkable efforts are necessary to meet this demand with the best evidence under very tight timelines.
Cochrane Convenes: Preparing for and responding to global health emergencies
Led by Cochrane, co-sponsored by the World Health Organization (WHO), and co-organized with partners of COVID-END (COVID-19 Evidence Network to support Decision-making), Cochrane Convenes brought together leaders in health care and evidence synthesis to discuss the global healthcare challenges created by COVID-19.