Multimedia from Evidence on Trial Symposium, March 2010
On 22 March 2010, the New Zealand Branch of the Australasian Cochrane Centre in association with the New Zealand Guidelines Group hosted a symposium in Auckland to coincide with the mid-year meetings of The Cochrane Collaboration. The theme of the symposium was ‘Evidence on trial: has it made an impact on health’.
Introduction to evidence and The Cochrane Collaboration
Sally Green, Australasian Cochrane Centre
Alessandro Liberati, Italian Cochrane Centre
Has evidence made a difference in developing countries
Prathap Tharyan, Christian Medical College, Vellore
Evidence: beyond RCTs
Rebecca Armstrong, Cochrane Public Health Group
Evidence: can we trust it?
Lisa Bero, University of California, San Francisco
Evidence: do patients trust it?
Liz Whamond, Cochrane Consumer Network
Changing practice: primary care PEARLS
Bruce Arroll, Cochrane Primary Health Care Field
Changing practice: secondary care
Russell Gruen, Monash University
Changing practice: what works, what doesn’t
Jeremy Grimshaw, Cochrane EPOC Group
Evidence: can we teach it?
Rod Jackson, University of Auckland
The future of The Cochrane Library: what will it look like?
David Tovey, The Cochrane Library