Equity Webinar January 2024
Join us on January 17th for a webinar on the development of a framework for considering health inequalities/inequities in evidence synthesis. Presented by Patience Kunonga. Register here.
Webinar - Olivia Magwood presenting on engagement in evidence synthesis
The Campbell Collaboration invites you to attend a webinar, presented by Olivia Magwood on April 4th at 8:00 EST. Olivia will present on 'Stakeholder engagement in evidence synthesis: Updates from the Multi-Stakeholder Engagement Consortium. Registration is free. Register here.
Omar Dewidar wins best poster at the GIN 2022 Conference
On Saturday, September 24, 2022 our Fellow, Omar Dewidar won best poster at the GIN 2022 Conference for his work describing Medical Cannabis for Chronic Pain: A Systematic Assessment of Equity Considerations.
Omar Dewidar receives uOttawa Graduate Studies Leadership Award
Campbell and Cochrane Equity Methods Group Fellow, Omar Dewidar, has been awarded a 2021 Graduate Studies Leadership Award from the Faculty of Medicine.
Developing evidence maps to identify equity issues in complex public health reviews
Dr. Ashrita Saran, Director of Campbell South Asia and Co-Convenor of the Campbell and Cochrane Equity Methods Group, presented on Oct. 12, 2021 at the Cochrane Methods Symposium.
Can interventions using social media help improve health?
We conducted a systematic review to assess whether health interventions using interactive social media can change people’s behaviour and improve their health.Read mor
Congratulations Peter Tugwell, recipient of the 2020 Barer-Flood Prize!
Our Co-Convenor, Dr. Peter Tugwell, was awarded the 2020 Barer-Flood Prize in Health Services and Policy Research. This award recognizes an exceptional research in the area of health services and policy research. See https://cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/52166.html for more information.
Congratulations to Vivian Welch and team for CIHR Project Grant to develop STROBE Equity
Congratulations to our Co-Convenor, Dr. Vivian Welch, on her recently funded CIHR Project Grant "Improving social justice in observational studies". Co-principal investigators on this project incluse Sarah Funell, Janet Jull, and Lawrence Mbuagbaw.The goal of this project is to develop an equity extension of the STROBE (STrengthening Reporting of Observational studies) reporting guideline. The funding is for 4 years. Please see: STROBE-Equity