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The Peoples Review is an online shared learning project about systematic reviews. Systematic reviews are a useful tool to support decision-making because they bring together all available evidence on a topic to provide a balanced & comprehensive overview. This project will be available online through a custom-built, open-access website, to be launched in Summer 2024. […]

There is a lot more excitement than usual around ESI headquarters… which is saying something. This is mainly because the coming months see three in-person workshops that we’ve been looking forward to. First up, there is a GRADE workshop taking place at the University of Galway on the 18th and 19th April. This workshop has […]

ESI are pleased to partner with a new, fully online MSc in Evidence-Based Future Healthcare.  This postgraduate course is designed for busy healthcare workers seeking to transform their current practice, optimise healthcare outcomes and advance their careers in a rapidly evolving field. The programme will be delivered by experts in evidence-based healthcare from the University […]

Systematic Reviews Of Scientific Evidence On Vaccines And Capacity Building Activities for the EU Commission’s Health and Digital Executive Agency (HaDEA). This funded project supports the activities of the EU/EEA National Immunisation Technical Advisory Groups’ (NITAGs) decision-making on national vaccination programmes, including COVID-19 vaccines. The consortium includes Cochrane Germany, Cochrane Austria, Cochrane Ireland, RKI and […]

Check out the latest Evidently Cochrane Blog: Supporting adults with cerebral palsy to prevent and manage long-term conditions. In this blog for health professionals, Dr Jenny Fortune, Emma Livingstone and Dr Valerie Stevenson look at the occurrence of long-term conditions in adults with cerebral palsy and discuss how health professionals can use this information to […]

ESI is delighted to announce two new team members to the team; Dr Barbara Whelan and Dr Marie Tierney, both will be working on a collaboration to assess the evidence support system for health decision making in Ireland between the HRB, the Evidence Commission, the Department of Health and Evidence Synthesis Ireland/Cochrane Ireland.