Lecture about the Cochrane collaboration strategy
A lecture was hold today at the premises of the Agency for Medicinal Products and Medical Devices (HALMED) by Mark Wilson, the executive director of the Cochrane collaboration. The lecture presented the audience the Cochrane collaboration strategy by 2010, emphasizing especially the changes relating to submission of articles and systemic reviews, by which the Cochrane collaborators assist citizens in making informed decisions about their help.
The sixth Cochrane symposium entitled "Better evidence for a better future: The Cochrane collaboration strategy” will be held on Friday, 6th June 2014 at the medical faculty of the University of Split, organised by the Croatian Cochrane Branch. Here you may find more information about the symposium.
The Cochrane collaboration is a world non-profit organisation with the aim to help people make informed decisions in all aspects of healthcare through maintenance and promotion of availability of systemic review articles on the impact of health interventions. The Collaboration comprises of 14 centres and 18 branches around the world. The Croatian Cochrane Branch was officially established on 8th December 2008 at the Medical Faculty of Split and Croatian Centre for Global Health.