Members of the Centre for Evidence and Social Innovation, located in the School of Nursing and Midwifery, are hosting the 11th Annual Cochrane in Ireland Conference at Queen's.
The annual all Ireland Cochrane conference is being held on 10th June 2016 from 9:00 to 4:00pm in Riddel Hall, Queens University Belfast. Registration fee for the event is €45, click here to register. The provisional programme for the day is as follows:
Welcomes and Opening
- Donal O’Mathuna, Convenor of Cochrane Ireland.
How do we achieve active, meaningful patient and public involvement in Cochrane reviews?
- Pauline Campbell – Research Fellow, Glasgow Caledonian University.
Food poverty - what is the evidence?
- Liz Mitchell - Director at the Institute of Public Health in Ireland.
How to get evidence into policy: A European Fluoridation Story.
- Mary Rose Sweeney – Senior Lecturer, Dublin City University.
Connecting the gaps between research, policy and practice: Thoughts and experiences from a Cochrane review of parenting programmes for child disruptive behaviour.
- Mairead Furlong – Post-doctoral research fellow, National University of Ireland Maynooth.
Grade Approach to define quality of evidence.
- Toby Lasserson - Senior Editor, Cochrane Editorial Unit.
Practical tips for effective searching for your review.
- Margaret Anderson- Information Specialist for the Cochrane Developmental, Psychosocial and Learning Problems Group
Putting evidence to work: A workshop on challenges and possible solutions in knowledge exchange and translation.
- Mairead Furlong - Post-doctoral research fellow, National University of Ireland Maynooth.
Cochrane Fellowships Programme in Ireland.
- Dr Janice Bailie, Assistant Director of HSC R&D Division, Public Health Agency
Further details can be found on The Queen's University Belfast conference page here, or click here to jump directly to the event registration page.
Cochrane Ireland is part of Cochrane. Cochrane Ireland supports and seeks to develop activities of the Cochrane Collaboration in the island of Ireland. We do this principally by providing training and support to authors of Cochrane Reviews, working with educators and policy makers, advocating on behalf of Cochrane regionally, and promoting the use and uptake of The Cochrane Library. Cochrane Ireland works in partnership with the UK Cochrane Centre.
Cochrane Ireland is funded by the Health Research Board and HSC Research & Development Division, Pubic Health Agency. We aim to ensure that evidence in the form of systematic reviews underpins policy, practice and decision making, and that systematic reviews are available in formats that patients, healthcare professionals and policy makers can use.