Recordings and slides from webinars

Preparing a Scoping Review within a Masters Degree Programme: Advantages, Disadvantages and Personal Insights

In this webinar we will delve into conducting a scoping review within the context of a master's programme assessment. Our webinar aims to unravel the intricacies of the Scoping Review methodology and methods, shedding light on the advantages and potential challenges based on real-world experiences. Join us to gain some insights of how reviews can play a pivotal role in shaping the assessment landscape of master programmes. 

This is a hybrid event organized by Cochrane Norway and the Evidence-Based Practice section in collaboration with the Evidence-Based Research Network (EBR) and Cochrane People, Health Systems, and Public Health.

Slides from the webinar

Missing Nordic Trials: how can we avoid research waste, and meet ethical standards?

Language: English

A total of 475 clinical studies completed in Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Finland, and Sweden between 2016 and 2019 have never published their results in any form. A total of 83,903 people participated in these studies, according to public records. The report, prepared by an international group of 39 researchers, was released on February 6, 2024. It showed that across all five countries, 22% of all clinical study results were never published. There are large differences in reporting performance between institutions. Read the report here:

On March 15 at 10 AM, Cochrane Norwaythe Cochrane People, Health Systems, and Public Health Thematic GroupCochrane SwedenCochrane Denmark,   Evidence-Based Research Network, and the Section of Evidence-Based Practice in Health Care at Western Norway University of Applied Sciences invited you to a webinar about the report. The report was presented by co-author Jan-Ole Hesselberg from the Dam Foundation.