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  • Cochrane Croatia’s 13th ‘Croatian Cochrane Symposium’ (CroCoS) was held on 8th June 2021, despite the pandemic. Undeterred, Cochrane Croatia’s members put together a stellar array of speakers and topics to entice even the most fatigued online conference-goers.Following on from last year’s symposium focused on Cochrane’s efforts to tackle COVID-19...
    June 18 2021
  • On Friday, May 11, members of Cochrane Croatia conducted  a training course entitled "The value of systematic reviews in clinical practice" at the University Hospital in Split.The aim of the course was to introduce clinicians to the basic concepts  of Cochrane evidence and the value of using high-quality systematic reviews in everyday...
    June 18 2021
  • Cochrane Croatia has been successfully cooperating with local radio stations for about ten years now, especially with Radio Sunce (Radio Sun), a key partner in the dissemination of Cochrane's evidence.Thus, the co-director of CC Tina Poklepović Peričić was a guest in the studio of Radio Sunce.In the company of radio journalists Tonći Jukić and Ana...
    June 17 2021
  • On April 26, an agreement was signed between Cochrane Croatia, the University of Split School of Medicine and the Association of women suffering from and treated for cancer 'Caspera'. Thus, the Caspera became the 21st partner organization of Cochrane Croatia, and also the ninth patient association.Cochrane Croatia encourages...
    May 17 2021
  • Our Ana Utrobičić, a woman who enriched the Croatian Cochrane with her dedicated work and without whom much of our research would not have been possible, is now the head of the University Library in Split.In an interview for Slobodna Dalmacija, she talks about the importance of library work, what Cochrane revealed to her and her plans for...
    April 12 2021
  • In an interview with the university newspaper Universitas, Prof Ana Jerončić talks about her experiences of women in science, reveals some details about her work so far, the award she received for a systematic examination of clinical signs of COVID-19 and tells young women: “Choose science, because it's the most beautiful job in the world! "https...
    April 12 2021
  • Dear all,Join us at the 13th Croatian Cochrane Symposium called "Lessons learned" , which will be held on June 8, 2021 via MS Teams.The symposium will bring together world experts from various fields of research to jointly review the evidence on the impact that the Covid-19 pandemic has had on various aspects of life, share...
    April 8 2021
  • In January 2021, a cooperation agreement was signed between Cochrane Croatia and the Split branch of the Croatian Medical Students' International Committee (CroMSIC), which is also part of the International Federation of Medical Students Associations (IFMSA). Thus, the long-term informal cooperation between the students of the University of Split...
    March 31 2021
  • On February 25, 2021, Andrija Babić, a member of Cochrane Croatia, defended his doctoral thesis entitled "Risk of bias assessment and its use in sensitivity analysis in Cochrane systematic reviews" at the University of Split School of Medicine, under the mentorship of another member, Prof Livia Puljak from the Croatian Catholic...
    March 12 2021
  • Recently the results of research by one of the most famous scientists of today, Professor John Ioannidis and his team from Stanford University,  were published and bring a list of the world's most cited scientists, and in the exclusive society of 2% of the world's most influential scientists is prof. Livia Puljak, while among...
    February 15 2021

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