10 things you may not know about the Cochrane Library

The Cochrane Library is well-known internationally and in many countries, within Europe and beyond, national licences ensure wide access amongst clinicians, researchers and the general public.  The Cochrane Library has developed continually since it was first published 20 years ago.  Many health care librarians are familiar with the Cochrane Library but perhaps there have been some new developments of which you may not be aware?  This one-hour webinar is intended for healthcare librarians who are familiar with the Cochrane Library as well as those who are less well acquainted with it.

OUR EXPERT:

Carol Lefebvre

Carol Lefebvre is an independent information consultant and was previously the Senior Information Specialist at the UK Cochrane Centre from 1992 to 2012.  She now focusses on teaching and consultancy in information retrieval for evidence synthesis, such as systematic reviews, health technology assessment and guideline development.  She has an M.Sc. in Library and Information Science from the University of Loughborough (UK) and was awarded an Honorary Fellowship of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals in 2007.  She is Co-Convenor of the Cochrane Information Retrieval Methods Group, serves on the Cochrane Methods Executive and is lead author on the searching chapter of The Cochrane Handbook.
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