Learning Live

Learning Live
Learning Live

A series of online learning events open to everyone. Here you can sign up for an upcoming event or access our archive of recordings.


Upcoming events:

October 28, 2021, 12:00 UTC
Introduction to qualitative research and qualitative evidence synthesis *QES webinar series*
Jane Noyes, Professor in Health and Social Services Research and Child Health, Bangor University, UK
Kate Flemming, Professor of Hospice Practice and Evidence Synthesis, University of York, UK
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November 15, 2021,  09:00 UTC 
Question formulation and searching for qualitative evidence *QES webinar series*
Dr Andrew Booth, Reader in Evidence Based Information Practice & Director of Information, University of Sheffield, UK.
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November 18, 2021,  09:00 UTC
Developing our international PPI evidence base through high quality reporting: The evolution and use of GRIPP2 *PPI webinar series*
Sophie Staniszewska, Professor of Patient and Public Involvement and Experiences of Care, Warwick Medical School, England.
Richard Stephens, Patient Advocate. 
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December 13, 2021,  14:00 UTC [Check the time in your time zone]
Selecting studies and assessing methodological limitations *QES webinar series*
Jane Noyes, Professor in Health and Social Services Research and Child Health, Bangor University, UK
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January 20, 2022,  09:00 UTC 
Framework and Best Fit Framework Synthesis *QES webinar series*
Dr Andrew Booth, Reader in Evidence Based Information Practice & Director of Information, University of Sheffield, UK.
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Suggestions or interested in presenting?

Learning Live is run by Cochrane’s People Services Department and we are there to provide full support for presenters throughout. We work with presenters to describe their webinar and schedule it in the Learning Live programme.
If you are interested in presenting a webinar as part of the series or have topic suggestions, please contact us at training@cochrane.org.


Cochrane Learning Live archive


Archive of webinars delivered by other Cochrane Groups