Fri 6 Dec

Looking Ahead

Today we look ahead to 2020 (and our next Colloquium in Toronto), the ways to get involved in Cochrane, and what the future holds for Cochrane.

Special Content


The 27th Annual Cochrane Colloquium in 2020 will be hosted by Cochrane Canada

  • Video to premiere on Friday

Cochrane Training Webinar

Learn about all the free resources and upcoming training opportunities offered by Cochrane Training.

  • Webinar details coming soon

Closing message from the local organizing committee

  • Video to premiere on Friday

Related Content

Meet the new Editor and Chief of the Cochrane Library

Dr. Karla Soares-Weiser became the new Editor in Chief of the Cochrane Library in June 2019. Learn more about Karla's story and her journey through Cochrane since 1995.

  • News item and video released on Friday

Join Cochrane

Just because our virtual Colloquium is ending doesn’t mean your involvement should stop! Our volunteers and contributors are researchers, health professionals, patients, carers, and people passionate about improving health outcomes for everyone, everywhere.

Community Participation

Cochrane Colloquium Challenge 2019

Cochrane Crowd are running a citation screening challenge to coincide with the virtual #CochraneSantiago Cochrane Colloquium, and everyone is welcome to join in to help reach our goal of 48,000 classifications in 48 hours! Today is the last day to join this Challenge!

Participation Survey

Thank you for taking part in our first virtual Colloquium! It was extraordinary circumstances that led us to having a virtual Colloquium. Our Colloquiums take several years of work and planning for our local organizing committees. It was quite the feat to change gears and pull together a virtual Colloquium in a month. What learning can we take from this? What worked well? What can we do better? What should we try next year? Please take 5 minutes to provide some details about yourself and some feedback on your experience.

  • Survey will be released on Friday

Virtual #CochraneSantiago Discussions

Join in the conversation on social media! What was your favourite part of this virtual colloquium?

#CochraneToronto Discussions

Are you planning on joining us in Toronto, Canada? How should we incorporate the virtual aspects into our physical Colloquium next year?

  • See the #CochraneToronto discussions on Twitter