Who or what is Cochrane?
Cochrane South Asia
Why this colloquium matters
Evidence-Based Medicine: An oral history
Cochrane20 video series
Videos on everything you wanted to know about Cochrane - the founder, the early years, the leaders, the milestones in the last two decades, the opportunities and challenges in the coming years...
How do Cochrane Reviews make a difference to the lives of people?
Speakers (to be updated)
Prof. Gordon Guyatt who coined the term Evidence-based Medicine.
The 2nd Annual #CochraneTech Symposium will address newer technological approaches to help prepare systematic reviews more efficiently and deliver better outputs to end users.
Some of the media reports about Cochrane from the South Asian region
- Non-specialists can reduce symptoms in mental health patients in developing countries, says Cochrane review
BMJ.com (India edition); 2 Dec, 2013
- Lay care helps mentally ill.
The Telegraph, Calcutta; 22 Nov, 2013
- Too good to be true?
Livemint (Hindustan Times); 7 Oct, 2013.
- CMC study finds alternative drug to combat latent TB
The New Indian Express; 14 July, 2013.
- Indians to have access to online Cochrane Library for 3 more years
The New Indian Express; 4 May, 2013
- Cochrane Review gives thumbs up to GeneXpert Test for detection of MDR-TB
Asian Tribune, 2 Jan, 2013
- Understanding the nuances of evidence-informed healthcare
The Hindu, 24 June, 2012
Members of the media who are interested in reporting about the Colloquium or any other Cochrane Collaboration related activity (including Cochrane Reviews) may contact Anna Joseph of the Local Organising Committee.
Anna Joseph is Communications Officer for the South Asian Cochrane Network & Centre. (firstname.lastname@example.org).