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Organisational development within
  the Cochrane Collaboration:

Establishing a Co-ordinating Editors'
 Board and Editor-i...
Outline
•   Decisions made
•   Why made? Meeting challenges
•   Next steps
•   Acknowledgements
Decisions made
   Establish a Board of Co-ordinating
    Editors

 Establish the post of Editor-in-Chief
Why made?
• Governance and accountability
• More effective and responsive
  organisational structure to meet future
  chal...
Meta-analysis: in a Forest Plot
Situation-analysis: Black Forest Plot
67 Cochrane Co-ordinating Editors for 52
     Collaborative Review Groups
Governance and
accountability:
Co-ordinating
Editors’ Board is
a new collective
decision making
and advisory
structure
Editor-in-Chief:
Here meeting
with Review
Group Co-
ordinators.
Being accountable and effective:
Communication across groups and
           entities
Governance and accountability:
Assuring the quality of reviews and editorial processes
Governance and responsiveness:
Collaborative partnerships to improve Cochrane reviews
Responsive to future challenges:
Capacity building and sustainability
Responsive to future challenges:
  Innovation and diversification
Next steps

• Co-ordinating Editors’ Board meetings in
  Freiburg
     • Day 1: inward focus, knowledge and skills
     • ...
Evolution
Acknowledgements: 2004-2008
• Co-ordinating Editors’ executive group, members 2004 – September 2008
        •   Jonathan C...
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Organisational development within the Cochrane Collaboration: Establishing a Co-ordinating Editors’ Board and Editor in Chief position

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Organisational development within the Cochrane Collaboration: Establishing a Co-ordinating Editors’ Board and Editor in Chief position

  1. 1. Organisational development within the Cochrane Collaboration: Establishing a Co-ordinating Editors' Board and Editor-in-Chief position Sophie Hill Co-ordinating Editor Cochrane Consumers and Communication Review Group La Trobe University, Australia Member of the Co-ordinating Editors’ executive group
  2. 2. Outline • Decisions made • Why made? Meeting challenges • Next steps • Acknowledgements
  3. 3. Decisions made  Establish a Board of Co-ordinating Editors  Establish the post of Editor-in-Chief
  4. 4. Why made? • Governance and accountability • More effective and responsive organisational structure to meet future challenges
  5. 5. Meta-analysis: in a Forest Plot
  6. 6. Situation-analysis: Black Forest Plot
  7. 7. 67 Cochrane Co-ordinating Editors for 52 Collaborative Review Groups
  8. 8. Governance and accountability: Co-ordinating Editors’ Board is a new collective decision making and advisory structure
  9. 9. Editor-in-Chief: Here meeting with Review Group Co- ordinators.
  10. 10. Being accountable and effective: Communication across groups and entities
  11. 11. Governance and accountability: Assuring the quality of reviews and editorial processes
  12. 12. Governance and responsiveness: Collaborative partnerships to improve Cochrane reviews
  13. 13. Responsive to future challenges: Capacity building and sustainability
  14. 14. Responsive to future challenges: Innovation and diversification
  15. 15. Next steps • Co-ordinating Editors’ Board meetings in Freiburg • Day 1: inward focus, knowledge and skills • Day 2: outward focus: governance • Selection and appointment of Editor-in- Chief
  16. 16. Evolution
  17. 17. Acknowledgements: 2004-2008 • Co-ordinating Editors’ executive group, members 2004 – September 2008 • Jonathan Craig and Peter Tugwell (current Steering Group representatives) • Rachel Churchill • Nicky Cullum • Cindy Farquhar • Paul Garner • Adrian Grant (till becoming Co-chair, Steering Group) • Jeremy Grimshaw • Sophie Hill • Andy Oxman • ‘Board’ working party, 2006-08 • Paul Garner, Sophie Hill, Harriet MacLehose (Quality Advisory Group), Andy Oxman • Steering Group, 2007-08 • I will highlight: Lorne Becker (Co-chair), Adrian Grant (Co-chair), Sally Green, Jon Deeks • Secretariat • Nick Royle, Jini Hetherington, Claire Allen • Co-ordinating Editors and participants in the process • Consumers and Communication Review Group staff and editors • Megan Prictor, Rebecca Ryan • And Madeleine Hill for logo manipulation

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