Together with the HRB-Primary Care Clinical Trials Network Ireland, ESI are delighted to share this webinar, presented by Dr. Nancy Santesso on the engagement of key stakeholders in evidence synthesis.
Dr Nancy Santesso is Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Research Methods, Evidence and Impact at McMaster University, Canada, and a Registered Dietitian. She has been a strong supporter of the Cochrane Collaboration since 2002, and is currently the Deputy Director of Cochrane Canada and editor of the Cochrane Consumers and Communication Review Group. She has provided training in Cochrane systematic reviews for over more than a decade.
Nancy is also a member of the GRADE Working Group – a group dedicated to the rigorous development of clinical practice guidelines and the use of evidence from systematic reviews in guidelines. She has trained guideline developers and facilitated guideline panel meetings using the GRADE approach for the World Health Organization (WHO) and other professional organizations nationally and internationally. Her research interests include the engagement of patients and the public in evidence synthesis and use, and the communication of evidence to patients and the public as plain language summaries of systematic reviews and as patient versions of guidelines.
Resources shared during this webinar include:
- Information from the Cochrane Consumer Network.
- A collection of resources for Cochrane consumers and those who want to involve consumers in the production of Cochrane Reviews
- International PPI Network: Learning Live webinar series
- The Statement of Principles for Consumer Involvement in Cochrane
- Cochrane training – Involving People: A Learning Resource for Systematic Review Authors
- ACTIVE project (led by Cochrane researchers/consumers) – developed a framework for stakeholder involvement in evidence synthesis and describes how stakeholders can co-produce systematic reviews
- Evidently Cochrane: ‘What’s in a name? Patients, people, and the power of words’