The cochrane in emergency medicine and resuscitation: activities and adaptation during the covid-19 pandemic

The cochrane in emergency medicine and resuscitation: activities and adaptation during the COVID-19 pandemic

Authors

  • Virginie Lvovschi Service d’accueil des urgences, Centre Hospitalo-Universitaire Charles Nicolle, 1 rue de Germont, 76031 Rouen cedex, INSERM U 1073, Normandie Université, 22 Boulevard Gambetta, CS 76183, 76183 Rouen cedex, France. https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2903-1911
  • Harald Herkner Département de Médecine d’Urgence, Université de Vienne, Währinger Gürtel 18-20 / 6D, Vienne, A-1090, Autriche
  • Julie Dumouchel Emergency Medicine Department, Tours University Hospital, Avenue de la République, 37170 Chambray les Tours, France
  • Sébastien Beroud Service d’accueil des urgences et Samu de Lyon, CHU Lyon Sud, hospices civils de Lyon, 165 chemin du grand Revoyet, F-69394 Lyon, France
  • Nordine Nekhili Smur de Gonesse, Centre Hospitalier de Gonesse, 2 bd du 19 mars 1962, 95500 Gonesse, France
  • Patrick Miroux Département de médecine d’urgence (SAU, SAMU 49, SMUR), F-49933 Angers, France
  • Yannick Auffret Département de médecine d'urgence (SAU, SAMU 29, SMUR), Boulevard Tanguy Prigent, F-29200 Brest, France
  • Teo Quay Cochrane Gut, Department of Medicine, McMaster University, 1280 Main Street West, Hamilton, Ontario, L8S 4K1, Canada.
  • Andrew Smith Département d’Anesthésie, Royal Lancaster Infirmary, Lancaster, Royaume-Uni
  • Kirk Magee Département de Médecine d’Urgence, Université de Dalhousie, Halifax, Canada
  • Daniel Meyran Bataillon de Marins Pompiers de Marseille, groupement santé, service mobile d’urgence et de réanimation, F-13233 Marseille, France
  • Patricia Jabre SAMU de Paris, AP-HP, Hôpital Necker-Enfants Malades, 149 rue de Sèvres, 75015 Paris, France

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37051/mir-00108

Keywords:

Covid-19, Pandemia, Cochrane, Knowledge Translation

Abstract

Cochrane activities are multifaceted, and all rely on the voluntary participation of scientifically independent individuals. The traditional approach to knowledge dissemination based on the publication of Cochrane systematic reviews is not sufficient, especially in emergency medicine and resuscitation. A Knowledge Translation (KT) approach is essential.

The Cochrane Acute and Emergency Care Network is particularly involved in this activity via the Cochrane Emergency and Critical Care review group, which produces systematic reviews targeted at critical care patients, and via the Cochrane Pre-hospital and Emergency Care field, which ensures the dissemination of medical information produced by the Cochrane and identifies scientific priorities at bedside. This article describes the methodology used by the two groups according to the fact that it is standardized and articulates individual and collective steps (for the writing of systematic reviews as well as for the prioritization works). A real approach to optimize the connection between scientific production and bedside constraints is essential in exceptional health situations (EHS) such as the COVID-19 pandemic. An "Integrated Knowledge Translation" (IKT) approach has been set up to complement the traditional activities of the groups. This article reviews the adaptations made in this particular scientific context.

Ensuring the transparency of the working methodology of the two Cochrane groups guarantees their scientific reliability, including in EHS. This transparency also makes it possible to propose an operating model that can be reproduced in other sectors that require a KT and IKT approaches.

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Published

2022-06-24

How to Cite

Lvovschi, V., Herkner, H., Dumouchel, J., Beroud, S., Nekhili, N., Miroux, P., Auffret, Y., Quay, T., Smith, A., Magee, K. ., Meyran, D., & Jabre, P. (2022). The cochrane in emergency medicine and resuscitation: activities and adaptation during the covid-19 pandemic: The cochrane in emergency medicine and resuscitation: activities and adaptation during the COVID-19 pandemic. Médecine Intensive Réanimation. https://doi.org/10.37051/mir-00108

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