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Cochrane Course

Course outline

The “Cochrane Rehabilitation evidence-based course 2024” has been organised by Cochrane Rehabilitation, the ISPRM Presidential Cabinet, and the Sydney 2024 Meeting organisers.

The course will provide immediately accessible evidence-based practice information (based on the triad Cochrane evidence, speakers’ expertise, and patients’ values).

The course will include:

  • 1 x introductory 50 minute online session
  • 5 x live 60 minute sessions within main congress program

The preliminary online session will include the basics of Cochrane and Cochrane Rehabilitation, their importance, and the most recent contributions to evidence development in our field, as well as an introduction to the WHO Package of Interventions for Rehabilitation (PIR).

The main congress programs will provide evidence-based insights on the best available evidence and its implementation in Low Back Pain, Sarcopenia, Spinal Cord Injury, Stroke, and Traumatic Brain Injury.

The sessions will be open to all registered delegates of ISPRM 2024 in Sydney.

Course certification

To receive a Cochrane Rehabilitation – ISPRM certification it will be necessary to fulfil the below requirements:

  1. View the online introductory session
  2. Participate in at least 3 of the 5 live sessions
    (delegates will have to “scan” into each session for attendance to be counted)
  3. Complete and properly answer (80% correct answers required) questionnaires after each live session

Should you fulfil the above requirements you will be sent a course certification certificate by email after the ISPRM 2024 Congress concludes

Introductory session

As a registered delegate of ISPRM 2024, you will receive a communication announcing this initiative and including the necessary password to access this online session.

Live sessions

The live sessions are scheduled within the main congress program between Monday 3 June – Thursday 6 June. You can view the congress program here.