Welcome to the 20th Anniversary site of The Cochrane Collaboration

Welcome to The Cochrane Collaboration’s 20th Anniversary website!

As the Collaboration celebrates 20 years since its official foundation in 1993, a full year of commemorative events is underway, including a series of videos, publications across the healthcare spectrum, and events worldwide, including this year’s Cochrane Colloquium in Quebec City. Please bookmark this site and check back frequently to keep up to date with events, commemorations, and anniversary-related news, and please submit your own items for inclusion on the site.

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Twenty-fourth (and final) video released

In the twenty-fourth and final installment of the Cochrane20 Video Series, Cochrane contributors look forward to opportunities and challenges for the future of the organisation.

Video #24 (28 November 2013): Opportunities and challenges for The Cochrane Collaboration

To see all published videos, visit our Videos page or visit the Cochrane Collaboration Channel on YouTube. Note: Videos are captioned in 60 languages via Google Translate. Click the "Turn on Captions" button in the player once the video begins and then "Translate Captions - Beta" (please note that quality of translations varies depending on language chosen).

December 2, 2013
Twenty-third video released

Twenty-third in the Cochrane20 Video Series is the eighth and final Cochrane Profile, focusing on the experiences of individual Cochrane contributors. This video presents Mike Clarke, one of the founding members of The Cochrane Collaboration, providing his perspective on Cochrane's vision and role in influencing healthcare decision-making.

Video #23 (14 November 2013): Cochrane Profile: Mike Clarke

To see all published videos, visit our Videos page or visit the Cochrane Collaboration Channel on YouTube. Note: Videos are captioned in 60 languages via Google Translate. Click the "Turn on Captions" button in the player once the video begins and then "Translate Captions - Beta" (please note that quality of translations varies depending on language chosen).

November 14, 2013
Twenty-second video released

The twenty-second installment in the Cochrane20 Video Series focuses on pivotal moments and milestones in The Cochrane Collaboration's first two decades, as narrated by Cochrane contributors who were there.

Video #22 (31 October 2013): Milestones for the Collaboration from 1993 to 2013

To see all published videos, visit our Videos page or visit the Cochrane Collaboration Channel on YouTube. Note: Videos are captioned in 60 languages via Google Translate. Click the "Turn on Captions" button in the player once the video begins and then "Translate Captions - Beta" (please note that quality of translations varies depending on language chosen).

October 31, 2013
Twenty-first video released

The twenty-first in the Cochrane20 Video Series is our seventh Cochrane Profile, focusing on the experiences of individual Cochrane contributors. This video presents Sally Bell-Syer, longtime Managing Editor of the Cochrane Wounds Group and one of the winners of the 2013 Chris Silagy Prize for 'extraordinary contributions to the work of The Cochrane Collaboration'.

Video #21 (17 October 2013): Cochrane Profile: Sally Bell-Syer

To see all published videos, visit our Videos page or visit the Cochrane Collaboration Channel on YouTube. Note: Videos are captioned in 60 languages via Google Translate. Click the "Turn on Captions" button in the player once the video begins and then "Translate Captions - Beta" (please note that quality of translations varies depending on language chosen).

October 17, 2013
Twentieth video released

In the twentieth installment of the Cochrane20 Video Series, Cochrane contributors discuss examples of Cochrane Reviews that have challenged standard health practices, as well as a few that have had a large impact for showing effectiveness.

Video #20 (3 October 2013): Cochrane Reviews making a difference

To see all published videos, visit our Videos page or visit the Cochrane Collaboration Channel on YouTube. Note: Videos are captioned in 60 languages via Google Translate. Click the "Turn on Captions" button in the player once the video begins and then "Translate Captions - Beta" (please note that quality of translations varies depending on language chosen).

October 3, 2013