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Cochrane Canada Live presents you with a variety of learning opportunities that you can experience online for free. Cochrane Canada released Cochrane’s first webinar series in 2009, and it has since proven to be a favourite medium of training among Cochrane members in Canada and internationally. We focus on a wide range of topics that are relevant to people with beginner or advanced knowledge of Cochrane, Cochrane Reviews and 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
Cochrane Canada Live! Webinars
- Wednesday, 21 October, 2015: Cochrane 101 with Eileen Vilis - Everything you wanted to know about Cochrane but were afraid to ask! Who was Archie Cochrane? What does the collaboration consist of? This introductory Cochrane webinar will answer all of your questions.
- Tuesday, 10 November, 2015: Decision Aids with Dr Dawn Stacey - Patient decision aids are effective interventions to facilitate shared decision making. Patient decision aids are typically written or video-based resources that make explicit the decision, provide information on options, benefits and harms, and help patients clarify their preferences. Cochrane reviews are an excellent source of evidence for developing patient decision aids.
- Thursday, 10 December, 2015: Transforming Patient Care with Dr Bev Shea and Sandra Schmitt
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 cochrane.org for a list of international webinars. Remember to check the time difference!
Cochrane Canada thanks the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization for providing the Blackboard Collaborate platform to make these webinars possible.
Webinar times are local time in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Consult The World Clock Meeting Planner to convert to your time zone. This could mean the next day in your part of the world for some attendees.
Please contact the Cochrane Canada, at email@example.com if you have questions regarding webinars.