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  Dr Emma Kirwan is an Irish Research Council-funded PhD candidate at the University of Limerick and a graduate of MSc Health Psychology at the University of Galway. Her research interests focus on social connection and health in young, or emerging, adulthood, and she is particularly interested in the experience of loneliness. Dr Manjula Manikandan […]

Cochrane UK is hosting the Cochrane Colloquium at the Queen Elizabeth II (QEII) Centre in London from 4th to 6th September 2023, and Satellite events on 3rd September. The theme is ‘Forward together for trusted evidence’ to explore the challenges for the future around trustworthiness of healthcare data and information whilst also celebrating 30 years […]

We are pleased to launch the 2023 ESI Study Within A Review (SWAR) Award Call open: January 4th 2023. Call closes: March 31st 2023. What is a SWAR? A SWAR is a research study that can help provide evidence to inform decisions about how we plan, do and share the findings of future reviews. It addresses methodological […]

by Tom Conway Evidence Synthesis Ireland finished off the 2021/2022 academic year with a bang as we hosted two online workshops in the last weeks of June. Carol Lefebvre, an independent information consultant and founding member of Cochrane, led an online workshop on Search Techniques, HTAs and Guidelines on the 23rd and 24th of June. […]

Congratulations to the 2022 mentees for the Communication with the Public Mentorship scheme, Dr Paula Byrne, Dr Jenny McSharry and Ms. Sallyanne Duncan. Read more about the scheme, which will open again in 2023 here. Dr. Paula Byrne is a postdoctoral researcher with Evidence Synthesis Ireland & HRB-TMRN at NUI Galway. Her work focuses on evidence […]