Cochrane Scholars Program

Cochrane Scholars Program

2015 Cochrane Colloquium
Systematic Review Training
October 3-7, 2015
Vienna, Austria

Sponsored by

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The AAO-HNS/F leadership and SAGE, publisher of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery, have identified a need to train otolaryngologists in the conduct and publication of systematic literature reviews. Systematic reviews have a high citation impact, and serve as the foundation for evidence-based practice guidelines, clinical performance measures, and maintenance of specialty certification.

The Colloquium features a full scientific program and nearly 60 training and discussion workshops related to systematic review.  In return for a travel grant to attend the meeting, grant recipients must agree to initiate and submit a systematic review to Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery for publication consideration within 12 months (by October 7, 2016).

Attendees will be introduced to the Cochrane Collaboration, the world leader in evidence summaries of healthcare interventions, and  will learn state-of-the-art techniques for producing systematic reviews and meta-analyses.*

Application submission for 2015 is closed. Check back with us in August for information on the 2016 Cochrane Scholars Program.

*Cochrane Scholar Application Requirements:

  • Applicants must be members of the AAO-HNS
  • Residents are not eligible to apply
  • Previous G-I-N or Cochrane Scholar recipients may apply if three years have passed and all of their prior obligations were met

Applicants must submit the following information in a Word attachment a part of the application:

  • An up-to-date list of your peer-reviewed publications
  • What prior experience do you have with systematic reviews?
  • What prior experience do you have with statistics and evidence-based medicine?
  • Why are you interested in attending the Cochrane meeting? (be specific, please)
  • What subject areas or topics are you interested in reviewing if awarded a travel grant?

The Cochrane Scholar application submission process is paperless. All application submissions must be submitted electronically.

Have questions?

Please contact Lorraine Nnacheta at lnnacheta@entnet.org.

Past Scholars

2015 Vienna, Austria
2014 Oxford, UK
2013 Quebec City, Canada
2012 Auckland, New Zealand
2011 Madrid, Spain
2010 Keystone, Colorado
2009 Freiburg, Germany - No Grantees
2008 Singapore
2007 Sao Paulo, Brazil - No Grantees
2006 Dublin, Ireland