Cochrane Learning is a new health professional development resource built upon the independent, high-quality evidence found in The Cochrane Library. Under the Cochrane Learning umbrella, The Cochrane Collaboration and Wiley are building a suite of online, evidence-based resources designed to close the knowledge translation gap, to support health professionals as part of their continuing professional development and to improve patient care. All activities are designed to meet the rigorous accreditation standards of the ACCME (Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education) and are based upon the high-quality evidence from The Cochrane Collaboration. Read the full press release.
Activities from Cochrane Learning’s pilot program, Dr Cochrane, produced in collaboration with the Canadian Cochrane Centre, are now available from www.cochranelearning.com, and mark the beginning of this partnership. Dr Cochrane activities will continue to be published throughout this year and other educational resources will launch throughout 2014.
With Dr. Cochrane, you can deepen your understanding of a variety of available topics by reading high-quality source materials and testing your knowledge in an accredited online environment. Dr. Cochrane activities include an engaging and memorable patient story, five multiple choice questions, and a Cochrane Review.
Activities from Cochrane Learning’s pilot program, Dr. Cochrane, are relevant for specialist physicians as well as primary care physicians.
Produced in collaboration with the Canadian Cochrane Centre, all activities are $25 to complete.
Dr. Cochrane activities in gastroenterology, orthopaedics, and rheumatism are launching throughout late 2013. Sign up to be alerted when additional activities are available by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org
“We recognize the challenge of making the vast amounts of evidence generated through research more useful for informing decisions about health, and we are now committed to producing new products and tools that will help clinicians and other healthcare professionals to use more easily and effectively the high-quality, relevant and up-to-date synthesized research evidence contained in Cochrane systematic reviews.”
– Mark Wilson
CEO of The Cochrane Collaboration