Cochrane US - Colloquium 2023

We are delighted to participate in the Colloquium with 11 abstracts, two oral presentations, and one workshop.

The 2023 Colloquium is an event for everyone interested in the use of evidence in healthcare decision making including those engaged in evidence production, co-production, dissemination, implementation, and policy-making, as well as those making individual healthcare decisions.

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Cochrane US is delighted to feature 11 abstracts, two oral presentations, and one workshop at the London Colloquium.  Join us!


Title: One in five recent systematic reviews in high-impact sports science journals assessed the certainty of evidence: a systematic meta-epidemiological review. URL:

Title: Building a research team: A Cochrane US Network experience focusing on racial health equity. URL:

Title: Defining Racial Health Equity (RHE): A Landscape Review of Definitions, Terminology, and Related Concepts. URL:

Title: Implications of centering racial health equity in systematic reviews: results of qualitative interviews with Stakeholders. URL:

Title: Methods and Interventions to address racial health equities in systematic reviews. URL: #

Title: Facilitating global collaborations for pregnancy and pediatric biomarker research through a biobank database: the COPPER project. URL:

Title: From Evidence to Action: Implementing Cochrane Systematic Reviews Into Clinical Practice. URL:

Title: How is equity addressed in Cochrane reviews of lifestyle interventions for cardiovascular health? URL:

Title: Forward Together: An Evidence-Based Practice Partnership. URL:

Title: Developing a Diversity and Inclusion Cochrane US Mentoring Program. URL:

Title: Mentorship, Community, and Evidence Synthesis Across Borders:  Experience of Cochrane US Year 2 Mentees. URL:

Oral presentations

  • Core outcome sets and Cochrane systematic reviews: Promising findings and opportunities for progress. Saldanha IJ, Hughes KL, Lucas S, Kirkham JJ, Lasserson T, Williamson PR.
  • The improved Systematic Review Data Repository Plus (SRDR+):  A free, “FHIR-ed up” tool for screening, data extraction, and data sharing. Saldanha IJ, Jap J, Smith BT, Adam GP, Alper BS, Balk EM.


  • Finding, critically appraising, and using a core outcome set (COS) to inform your systematic review. Presenters: Paula Williamson, Ian Saldanha, Maureen Smith, Heather Barrington.

Colloquium 2023


Colloquium 2023