Understanding the Cochrane Library
September 11, 2006, 2:00 PM CDT
About the Webcast
The NCDDR is charged with assisting NIDRR-funded researchers to improve the quality of their design and outcomes so that more NIDRR-funded research makes its way into the larger body of research evidence as identified through systematic reviews. To achieve this aim the NCDDR is providing a new service for NIDRR-funded researchers: online access to The Cochrane Library, free-of-charge. Denine Tilery of Wiley InterScience will describe:
- The aim, goals and structure of The Cochrane Collaboration.
- Why systematic reviews are an increasingly important source of evidence of the effects of healthcare.
- The Cochrane Library Databases - what they contain; searching the databases by topic, subject, other.
- How to use the 'My Profile' feature to save your MeSH and Advanced searches.
About the Presenter
Ms. Denine Tilery is Account Development Manager for North and Latin America for John Wiley and Sons, Inc./Wiley InterScience, publisher of The Cochrane Library and a partner with the Cochrane Collaboration. She has served in this role in publishing for the past six years and is certified through Langevin Learning Services as a Training Manager/Director. Ms. Tilery is responsible for training Wiley internal (colleagues) and external (customers) on the entire suite of Wiley products, including Evidence-Based Medicine resources such as The Cochrane Library. In her personable yet informative training style, Ms. Tilery has presented on Cochrane to numerous corporate, pharmaceutical and non-profit organizations across North America using online, hands-on, virtual, and presentation formats.
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This webcast is supported through the National Center for the Dissemination of Disability Research (NCDDR), which is funded by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) in the U.S. Department of Education, and is supported in part by ILRU. The opinions and views expressed are those of the presenters and no endorsement by the funding agency should be inferred.
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