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Packaging working group

 

This working group supports the packaging of evidence syntheses, technology assessments and guidelines in ways that meet the needs of citizens, providers, policymakers and researchers in different contexts and languages

Terms of reference

  1. Prepare (and update as needed on the COVID-END website) a list of key principles for packaging evidence about COVID-19 for decision-makers [completed]
  2. Create (and update as needed on the COVID-END website) a list of resources that can support those engaged in packaging evidence about COVID-19 for decision-makers
  3. Liaise with the Engaging working group to identify ways to bring the above webpages to the attention of those who could benefit from them
  4. Propose to the Scoping working group whether this working group should cease to exist after the above deliverables have been created, transition into a new function like drafting position statements to advance public understanding of and support for using evidence in decision-maker, or something else

Participants

  1. Ben Heaven-Taylor, Evidence Aid, UK (chair)
  2. Craig Lockwood, Joanna Briggs Institute, Australia
  3. Jo Anthony, Cochrane, UK
  4. Patrick Okwen Mbah, eBASE, Cameroon
  5. Sally Green, Cochrane Australia, Australia
  6. Secretariat: John Lavis and Safa Al-Khateeb, McMaster Health Forum | RISE and COVID-END Secretariat

Meeting documents

Meeting date Documents
May 21, 2020
  1. Agenda
  2. Notes from previous meeting
  3. Notes
May 14, 2020
  1. Agenda
  2. Notes from previous meeting
  3. Notes
May 7, 2020
  1. Agenda
  2. Notes from previous meeting
 April 30, 2020
  1. Agenda
  2. Notes

Look through our guide to key COVID-19 evidence sources to find evidence and guidelines that have already been packaged or that need to be packaged in ways that meet the needs of citizens, providers, policymakers and researchers in different contexts and languages.