Session (1 of 3):
How to fairly and equitably incorporate people with disabilities into systematic review planning
About the Webcast:
In this first webcast in a three-part series, Vivian Welch, Editor-in-Chief of the Campbell Collaboration, discusses the vision and mission of the Campbell and Cochrane Equity Methods Group and ways to fairly and equitably incorporate people with disabilities into systematic review planning.
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About the Presenter:
Vivian Welch, PhD, is a Clinical Epidemiology Methodologist at the Bruyère Research Institute, lead of the BRI Method Centre, Assistant Professor at University of Ottawa, and Deputy Director of the Centre for Global Health, University of Ottawa. Her research interests involve systematic reviews, health equity, global health, knowledge translation and clinical guidelines. Dr. Welch is the Editor-in-Chief of the Campbell Collaboration, a co-convenor of the Campbell and Cochrane Equity Methods Group, Cochrane Agenda Setting and Priority Setting group.
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