Join the conversation on Twitter! #CCCwebinars
Cochrane Canada Live presents you with a variety of learning opportunities that you can experience online and at no charge. Cochrane Canada released The Cochrane Collaboration’s first webinar series in 2009, and it has since proven to be a favourite medium of training among Cochrane members, internationally. We focus on a wide range of topics that are relevant to people with beginner or advanced knowledge of The Cochrane Collaboration, Cochrane Reviews and The Cochrane Library. Webinars allow you to learn with renowned research experts from around the world without the time and expense of having to travel. All you need to participate is a computer with internet access and speakers.
"Great format and medium for interacting with colleagues around the world"
- Webinar participant
2014 Cochrane 101 Series
Cochrane 101: An Introduction to The Cochrane Collaboration
Thursday, 20 March 2014, 12-1PM EST (Toronto); conducted in English
Who was Cochrane? What is the Collaboration? And what are systematic reviews? Come learn about an international network that helps healthcare providers, policy-makers, patients, their advocates, and care-givers make well-informed decisions about health and health care. Hear how nearly 30,000 contributors work together to prepare, update, and disseminate Cochrane Reviews – and learn how you can join us!
The Steps of a Cochrane Review: An Overview
Thursday, 27 March 2014, 12-1PM EST (Toronto); conducted in English
What makes Cochrane Reviews different from other systematic reviews? Who – and what – is involved in the process? We will introduce you to the steps of a Cochrane Review and give you some practical tips for getting a review underway.
Let’s Start at the Very Beginning: Getting the Question Right for Your Cochrane Review
Thursday, 3 April 2014, 12-1PM EST (Toronto); conducted in English
A strong, clear question gives your Cochrane Review the foundation it needs: it informs your search strategy, narrows your focus, and provides the framework for your team’s work. Join us to learn what sort of questions are answered in Cochrane Reviews. We’ll cover the key components of a good research question and we’ll work through sample questions: you’re invited to share your research topic as an example!
Click here to register!
Webinar times are local time in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. To time shift to your time zone, consult: The World Clock Meeting Planner. For some attendees, this could mean the next day in your part of the world.
If you have questions regarding webinars, please contact the Canadian Cochrane Centre, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to receive notification of the Canadian Cochrane Centre's new training opportunities and upcoming events, subscribe to our Training and Events listserv!
Along with Cochrane Canada Live, Canadians have access to additional webinars hosted by Cochrane Centres from around the world, many of which are free. Please visit http://www.cochrane.org/tags/news-events/workshops/online-learning for a list of international webinars. Remember to check the time difference!
The GRADE working group and the Cochrane Applicability and Recommendations Methods Group (ARMG) are setting up a series of webinars to answer questions about the GRADE approach.
External WebinarsThere are currently no external webinar listings.