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Cochrane Collaboration in Ireland

Facilitating Evidence-Based Practice

School of Nursing, Dublin City University, Room HG23 January 31, 2008

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9:00am
Registration begins
9:45 am
Welcome
Professor Ferdinand von Prondzynski, President of Dublin City University
10:00am
“Spreading the word on The Cochrane Collaboration in Nursing and Midwifery”
Fiona Alderdice, Director of Nursing and Midwifery Research Units,
School of Nursing and Midwifery, Queen's University Belfast
10:45am
“A Cochrane review of the effectiveness of shared care across the primary-secondary care interface for chronic disease management”
Susan Smith, Senior Lecturer in Primary Care, Trinity College Dublin
Recipient of Health Research Board Cochrane Fellowship

11:30-12:00 Tea/Coffee

12:00 pm
“Combining qualitative and quantitative research in public health systematic reviews: going beyond the Cochrane methodology”
Janet Harris, Centre for Evidence Based Practice, Bergen University College, Norway
Member, Cochrane Qualitative Research Methods Group
12:45pm
Lunch (included in registration fee)
14:00pm
“What has the Cochrane Collaboration ever done for us? A view from stroke medicine”
Peter Langhorne, Professor of Stroke Care, University of Glasgow
Editor, Cochrane Stroke Group
14:45pm
“Ethical issues in conducting systematic reviews: Dealing with the unexpected”
Dónal O’Mathúna, Senior Lecturer in Ethics, Decision-Making & Evidence, School of Nursing, Dublin City University
15:30pm
‘Open mic time’
Have a review idea and need help? Have experience and want to build a review team? Need details on the 2008 Cochrane Fellowships? Looking for a Cochrane supervisor? An open time for questions and announcements regarding Cochrane in Ireland. 
16:00pm
Tea/Coffee and Time for Networking