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Cafe Sientifique

After last year’s tremendously successful Café Scientifique, we are offering another Café which will explore how health news stories are reported in the media.

We’ll hear from experts in the field including CBC’s Pauline Dakin, national health/medical reporter and host of Atlantic Voice.

The Café takes place at:



Last chance to receive your registration discount!

Cochrane Canada Symposium 2014

The Early Bird gets the Worm!

There is less than a week left to receive Early Bird Registration. Registering now allows you to save $100!

Register and join hundreds of others interested in evidence-based health care to discuss 20/20 Vision: Cochrane in the Next Decade.

Three types of registration fees are available:

The Canadian Cochrane Centre and The Cochrane Collaboration are expanding their involvement in continuing medical education (CME), in collaboration with Wiley-Blackwell Publishing (The Cochrane Library’s publisher), through the development of Dr Cochrane — Cochrane vignettes. Cochrane evidence is presented in a memorable fictional story, while corresponding multiple-choice questions provide users with the opportunity to explore and understand the clinical applicability of a Cochrane Review.

The Canadian Cochrane Centre is starting a new blog which will feature a contribution from a different person/group each month. Do you have a burning desire to voice your opinion on a health-related issue? Has something happened in the world of health that you think deserves some attention? We’d love to hear from you about items like this and more! Contact the editor, Lori Tarbett, at ltarbett@ohri.ca with your ideas. Anyone is welcome to contribute.