25th Anniversary Cochrane Netherlands

Our directors during 25 years of Cochrane Netherlands

Symposium

Increasing value of research in healthcare

25th anniversary of Cochrane Netherlands

4 October 2019

Muntgebouw, Utrecht, The Netherlands

9:00-9:30Registration and coffee
9:30-11:00Opening Session
  • Arno Hoes dean and deputy chair of the UMC Utrecht executive board - Opening Words
  • Lotty Hooft – Cochrane Netherlands 25 years
  • David Moher – Ensuring excellence in scholarship for the 21st century: better research and publication practice behaviors by a broad spectrum of players
  • Anneke Damen & Pauline Heus - 184.000 RCTs: predictors of Responsible Research
11:00-11:30Break
11:30-12:45Plenary session -Responsible research
Panel discussion
Parallel Workshops and Masterclasses part 1
  • Workshop Network meta-analysis - Dimitris Mavridis
  • Workshop Synthesis when meta-analysis is not possible - Jo McKenzie
  • Masterclass Introduction to systematic reviews of prognosis studies – Carl Moons


12:45-13:45Lunch
13:45-15:00Plenary session –Practice to research, research to practiceParallel Workshops and Masterclasses part 2
  • Workshop Network meta-analysis (Cnt’d) - Dimitris Mavridis
  • Workshop Synthesis when meta-analysis is not possible (Cnt’d) - Jo McKenzie
  • Masterclass Peer review of the scientific publication – Gary Collins
15:00-15:30Break
15:30-16:00Closing session:
16:00-16:15Closing Words
  • Niek de Wit, division director of the Julius Center of Health Sciences and Primary Care
    The importance of Cochrane for Quality of care management.
16:15 - ?Drinks and nibbles

Detailed information for the workshops can be found here.
Detailed contact information and how to reach the venue, Muntgebouw, can be found here.

Costs for registration are € 50 Including Tea/Coffee, Lunch, drinks, and nibbles.

NB: we can’t guarantee that you will be assigned to the workshop(s) of your choice(s). If the number of preferences exceeds the capacity of the various workshops, we will randomly allocate the participants to the workshops (for which we will weigh the participants’ preferences). One week before the symposium we will inform you about the final allocation.

We look forward to meeting you Friday October 4th in Utrecht!