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Webinars by COVID-END

 

Interested in learning from COVID-END partners and affiliates from around the world? Our webinars in this series will feature insights into the work of COVID-END to better support COVID-19 decision-making, how to find and use the best evidence that is already out there, and selected partner activities, which span the full gamut of COVID-19 issues, from public-health measures and clinical management to health-system arrangements and economic and social responses. It also covers the full spectrum of contexts where the pandemic response is playing out, including low-, middle- and high-income countries.

Upcoming webinars

The Living hub of COVID-19 knowledge hubs: A promising collaborative platform to organize knowledge and reduce duplication
Date: 14 October, 2020. 9am EDT / 2pm BST
The Living hub of COVID-19 knowledge hubs is an innovative tool that was jointly created by the Africa Center for Evidence (ACE) and the McMaster Health Forum, as part of their collaboration in the COVID-19 Evidence Network to support decision-making (COVID-END). This webinar will share how the Living Hub was originally created, implemented, and will conclude giving a few remarks on the future of the knowledge world in the COVID-19 era.
Presenters: Promise Nduku & Cristián Mansilla
Hosts: COVID-END and Global Evidence Synthesis Initiative 
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Past webinars

CanCOVID Speaker Series: COVID-END evidence synthesis
Date: 15 September, 2020
This webinar shared insights on best practices and how we can move from a sprint to a marathon in the evidence response to COVID-19.
Presenters: John Lavis and Jeremy Grimshaw, COVID-END co-chairs
Host: CanCOVID
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Top Ten insights into how COVID-END can help you prepare evidence syntheses in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
Date: 16 June, 2020
This webinar shared insights about the tools and resources available to support the production of rapid syntheses and other similar products in support of the COVID-19 response, drawing from their work as part of 1) COVID-END, 2) the Ontario Evidence Synthesis Network for COVID-19, and 3) a CIHR grant to develop a rapid synthesis service for the Mental Health and Addictions Centre of Excellence in Ontario.
Presenters: John Lavis, Michael Wilson, Heather Bullock
Hosts: McMaster Health Forum 
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