Dr Eleanor Ochodo of Stellenbosch University, South Africa, won one of the four 2019 African Research Leader Awards from the UKRI's Medical Research Council (MRC) and the UK Department for International Development (DFID).
Equal pay, migrant workers, and maternal health were the three issues highlighted by the finalists of the inaugural Asian-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Healthy Women Healthy Economies Award.
Plague experts meet in Madagascar, currently one of the countries most affected by plague.
From August - October 2019, READ-It has published three high-impact reviews through the CIDG
In this inaugural lecture, Taryn shared experiences and reflected on initiatives implemented in the past two decades to influence the evidence ecosystem.
Dr Marianne Visser has been announced as the 2019 winner of the prestigious Aubrey Sheiham Leadership Award for Evidence-Based Healthcare in Africa .
The South African GRADE Network was formally launched at the African Cochrane Indaba held in Cape Town in March 2019.
Congratulations to Mwiche Musukuma, Ronald Fisa, and Mutale Sampa on their MSc graduation.
In May and June 2019, READ-It has published three high-impact reviews through the CIDG.
Dr Patricia Graves, Editor with Cochrane Infectious Diseases Group and a leading specialist on the transmission and control of malaria, contributed to the following article.
This Cochrane Review update is part of a suite of Cochrane Reviews that will inform an upcoming WHO meeting to update guidelines on these tests.
Tuberculosis (TB) causes more deaths globally than any other infectious disease and is a top 10 cause of death worldwide. Globally in 2017, of the estimated 10 million people with TB, 3.6 million were not reported to national TB programmes, many of whom were not being diagnosed with their disease. When it is detected early and effectively treated, TB is largely curable, but in 2017, around 1.6 million people died of tuberculosis, including 300,000 people living with HIV.
Cochrane announces its plans for Cochrane’s Virtual #CochraneSantiago to be held online from 2-6 December 2019 and open to all Cochrane members and supporters.
The Cochrane Colloquium is an annual event, bringing people together from around the world to discuss research into important global health questions and promote evidence-informed healthcare. This year the theme is ‘Embracing diversity'.
From 9 to 11 October 2019, the first Symposium on using qualitative evidence to inform decisions in the SDG era will be held in Brasilia.