Building the global evidence synthesis community to address the needs of decision makers

Conférence présentée par Dr Jeremy Grimshaw, MBCHB, PHD
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Dr Jeremy Grimshaw focuses his research interest on the evaluation of interventions to disseminate and implement  research knowledge. He has tremendously contributed to the methodological development of evidence syntheses over the last 25 years. Specifically, he is interested in: 1. The prospective development and testing of theory based KTI strategies and working with health system partners to address high priority problems; 2. The development of implementation laboratories in routine healthcare settings to determine methods for optimising audit and feedback; and 3. The development of methods to enhance the informativeness of systematic reviews of KT strategies.

  • Senior Scientist, Clinical Epidemiology Program, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute
  • Full Professor, Department of Medicine, University of Ottawa
  • Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Health Knowledge Transfer and Uptake
  • President of the Board of the Campbell Collaboration
  • Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences
  • Corresponding Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
  • Member of the Centre for Implementation Research
  • Recipient of the 2018 CIHR Barer-Flood Prize
  • Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada

Résumé de la conférence :

In this presentation, as the co-chair of Evidence Synthesis International, Professor Grimshaw will discuss the need for better global co-operation and coordination of evidence synthesis activities to address informational needs of decision makers. He will also comment on the efforts to co-ordinate evidence synthesis response during the pandemic (COVID-END McMaster University Evidence Network) and share his vision about the implications for the evidence synthesis community post pandemic.

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Bienvenue à tous!

Pour toute information :
Audrey Couture, 450 466-5000, poste 3186



27 janvier 2021


12 h 00—13 h 00


En ligne, via Teams