Poster Session 2

Poster Session 2: Day 1 - Tue 23 Sep, 3.00 pm to 3.30 pm
P35@EvidenceAid: exploring the social network of a humanitarian knowledge translation programmeDominic Mellon 
P36Engaging the national mandate to promote evidence informed policy: using Cochrane methods and systematic reviews to move from idea to implementationSangeeta Rana 
P37Translating knowledge from systematic reviews: evaluation of infographics and critical appraisal formatsLisa Hartling 
P39Stakeholder involvement in Cochrane reviews of urological conditionsAhmet Gudeloglu 
P40Communication is everybody’s business: developing methods to improve the evaluation of communication strategies for childhood vaccinationAnneliese Synnot 
P41An evaluation of harvest plots to display results of meta-analyses in overviews of reviewsLisa Hartling 
P42Use of Cochrane bladder cancer reviews: confirming the need for Wikiproject Medicine and assessing what is ‘UpToDate’Andrew Shepherd 
P43Evidence-based Indian First Aid GuidelinesHans Van Remoortel 
P44Systematic reviews (SR) versus narrative reviews: is the SR drawing level?Lisa Schell 
P45Is the definition of 'Cochrane consumer' well understood by the public for non-English speaking countries? Challenges and barriers in ChinaMingming Zhang 
P46Evidence-based patient information: an analysis of nutrition brochures for pregnant women in GermanyDaniela Küllenberg de Gaudry 
P47Experience of capacity building for evidence-based child healthAmit Agarwal 
P49Selecting Cochrane Reviews to be developed as Cochrane Clinical Answers: what selection criteria should we use?Karen Pettersen 
P48Translation initiative of the Brazilian Cochrane Centre: experience of the first eight monthsMaíra Parra 
P51Translating research into practice: current challenges in pediatric sleep medicine Sohil Khan 
p52Development of plain-language summaries of knowledge syntheses and other published research on zoonotic and environmental public health issues in CanadaMariola Mascarenhas 
P53Consumer support and education beyond national borders: phase 3Marilyn Lillian Walsh 
P54Testing Treatments interactive (TTi): promoting better research for better healthcareRoberto D'Amico 
P57How was patient involvement in shared decision making covered in Cochrane review?Pengli Jia 
P58Potentially misleading reporting of comparisons in Cochrane systematic reviews and in major general medical journals Agustín Ciapponi 
P59The Brazilian Cochrane Centre new communication and marketing strategies  Marilia Reiter 
P60Translation and validation of the 'Risk of bias' (RoB) tool to Brazilian PortugueseAna Martimbianco 
P62Online interest in Cochrane: data from Google TrendsClive Adams 
P63Assessment of attitudes towards participation, willingness to participate, and competence to participate in Randomized Controlled Trials:  a cross-sectional qualitative and quantitative survey of psychiatric patients and key family members Donae George 
P64Workshop for journalists as a communication tool to disseminate Evidence-Based Health to the general publicMarilia Reiter 
P65Cochrane vignettes: use and satisfaction of Cochrane reviews in a Cochrane learning continuing medical education programLorenzo Moja 
P66Nursing faculties, knowledge and awareness of systematic reviews and CochranePrema Balusamy 
P67The Cochrane Library iPad edition: is it meeting the needs of users?Gavin Stewart 
P69The snowball effect: promoting Cochrane evidence via social mediaAnne Littlewood 
P70Patients and doctors working together to improve health service:  a survey analysis of shared decision-making between clinicians and patientsPengli Jia 
P71Tamil language translation of Cochrane Summaries Katherasapandian Hariohm