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Posters Session 1

Posters Session 1
Thursday 20 Oct 11, 10:30-11:15h

Searching and information retrieval (P1A1- P1A55)

Editorial processes and supporting review authors (P1A56- P1A68)

Editorial processes and supporting review authors (P1B69-P1B80)

Global health and equity (P1B81-P1B102)

Knowledge translation in patient safety (P1B103-P1B117)

Education and training (P1B118- P1B132)

Information and communication technology (P1B133-P1B134)



Searching and information retrieval (P1A1- P1A55) – (1st Floor Hall)

●         P1A1: Is the retraction of journal articles in electronic journals and databases consistent and timely? A case study. Wright K, McDaid C.

●         P1A2: Comprehensive searching for systematic reviews: a comparison of database performance. Beyer F, Wright K.

●         P1A3: Threading the Needle we found in the Haystack - identifying ongoing trials with the Pan African Clinical Trials Registry. Abrams A, Pienaar E.

●         P1A4: Filled Gaps? Data after a year of the Pan African Clinical Trials Registry efforts to increase understanding and awareness of the child-focused clinical trial landscape. Abrams A.

●         P1A5: From final search to publication of HTA reviews: does the time gap have an influence on the usefulness of their results? Parekh-Bhurke S, Cook A, Chatting D, Fairbank E, Clarke A.

●         P1A6: Bibliometric analysis of 100 most cited Cochrane systematic reviews. Uthman O, Okwundu C.

●         P1A7: User-friendly search strategies for geriatric evidence in Medline. Van de Glind EMM, van Munster BC, Spijker R, Scholten RJ, Hooft L.

●         P1A8: Testing search strategies for geriatric medicine in the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. Van de Glind EMM, Young C, Spijker R, Scholten RJ, van Munster BC, Stott DJ, Hooft L.

●         P1A9: Reconceptualising searching and screening: how new technologies might change the way that we identify studies. Thomas J, O’Mara A.

●         P1A10: Sorting the wheat from the chaff: how does the Cochrane HIV/AIDS Specialized Trials Register compare to searching standard electronic databases? Zani B, Oliver J, Siegfried N.

●         P1A11: Finding public health evidence: how many stones need to be turned? Morgan H, Bauschmann M, Weightman A.

●         P1A12: Are the searches of network meta-analysis comprehensive or well-reported? Tian J, Yang K, Liu A, Li L.

●         P1A13: What is the role of public trials registers in Cochrane systematic reviews? Blackhall K, Glanville J, Ker K.

●         P1A14: A Survey of Searching CBM and LILACS Databases in Cochrane Systematic Reviews. Chen Y, Yao L, Wang Z, Liang H, Liang F.

●         P1A15: The sensitivity and precision of adverse effects search filters in MEDLINE, EMBASE and Science Citation Index (SCI). Golder S, Loke Y.

●         P1A16: The usefulness of different information sources for retrieving adverse effects data for a systematic review. Golder S, Loke Y.

●         P1A17: A comparison of Embase systematic review filters. Martin S, McHugh J.

●         P1A18: A comparison of Embase randomised controlled trial filters. Martin S, McHugh J.

●         P1A19: A comparison of two search methods for determining the scope of systematic reviews. Forsetlund L, Kirkehei I, Harboe I, Odgaard-Jensen J.

●         P1A20: Using a collaborative online platform to identify systematic reviews in LILACS. Rada G, Ciapponi A, Glujovsky D, Rivera S, Roa M, Abdala V.

●         P1A21: Searching the Chinese literature for public health interventions: Can it value add to a systematic review? Baker P, Sun J, Weightman A Francis D.

●         P1A22: Hard-to-reach and difficult-to-define: searching for ‘hidden’ populations. An example from public health. Cooper C, Levay P, Lorenc T, Craig G, Marrero-Guillamón I.

●         P1A23: Word frequency analysis of over a million words to support the development of search strategies on ‘health-related values’. Petrorva M, Sutcliffe P, Fulford B, Dale J.

●         P1A24: Unique trial identification numbers are underreported in biomedical publications. Van de Wetering F, Haring T, Scholten R, Hooft L.

●         P1A25: Access to ongoing paediatric drug trials in the Netherlands. Hooft L, Weber E, Hamelinck V, Offringa M.

●         P1A26: A central repository for data extracted in systematic reviews. Hadar N, Keefe S, Parkin C, Iovin R, Lau J1

●         P1A27: Cochrane Database utilization analysis: a 10 year trend of one medical center in Taiwan. Chen KH, Chen C, Kuo KN, Tzeng PC, Chien LT, Liu HE.

●         P1A28: Locating evidence for developing countries: a case study of three public health reviews. Stansfield C.

●         P1A29: “Irrelevant” or “neglected”? An analysis of RCTs in the ARI Group. Thorning S, Van Driel M, Del Mar C.

●         P1A30: Appraisal of search strategies in industry submissions for technology appraisal (ASSIST): reviewing search methods of industry submissions to NICE using a structured checklist. Allen A, Misso K, Riemsma R, Kleijnen J.

●         P1A31: Syncope and other adverse events associated with Cholinesterase Inhibitors: Systematic Review of the literature vs analysis of the FDA Adverse Events Database. López-Arrieta JM.

●         P1A32: Developing a search filter for identifying primary care studies in general medical journals. Roberts NW, Gill PJ, Wang KY, Heneghan C.

●         P1A33: The rate of publication of randomized controlled trials is near-exponential (2.5 times increase/ decade with > 1.5 million computer listed trials) - A new strategy is required to fufil the Cochrane Challenge. Chow TKF.

●         P1A34: Where and how to find data on safety: what do systematic reviews of complementary therapies tell us? Pilkington K, Boshnakova A.

●         P1A35: Coding clinical trials and systematic reviews in The Cochrane Library using standard international schemas. Hawkins B, Ervin A, Dickersin K.

●         P1A36: Improving the efficiency of searches in Cochrane systematic reviews. Thorning S, Del Mar C, Van Driel M.

●         P1A37: Accuracy of the MeSH term “Breast Neoplasms”: ten years on. Tai FM, Willson ML, Ghersi D.

●         P1A38: Inconsistent quality of reporting of searching clinical trials registries in Cochrane systematic reviews and protocols. Ko H, Tai FM, Ghersi D, Askie LM.

●         P1A39: The Current Status of Clinical Research in Traditional Korean Medicine, South Korea. Jang B, Go H, Lee Y, Park S, Kim J, Cho KH.

●         P1A40: How does the number and scatter of trials vary by discipline? Glasziou P, Thorning S, Erueti C, Hoffmann T.

●         P1A41: Utilization analysis of Chinese abstract of the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews in three university hospitals. Chen C, Chen KH, Kuo KN, Tzeng PC, Chien LT, Lo HL, Tam KW.

●         P1A42: Development of search strategies to identify reports of off- label drug use in MEDLINE. Mesgarpour B, Müller M, Herkner H.

●         P1A43: Developing software for combining search queries to design efficient search strategies. Mesgarpour B, Mesgarpour M, Müller M, Herkner H.

●         P1A44: Identification of biomedical journals in Spain and Latin America. Bonfill X, Bonfill A, José E, Garcia M, Raiher S, Aranda E, Rada G, Rincón D, Tristán M, Torres A, Hidalgo R, Simancas D, López L, Jiménez C, Piña M, Correa R, Rojas A, Loza C, Féliz E, Gianneo O, Patrón C, Martí A.

●         P1A45: Systematic Review Service (SRS) - China. Xia J.

●         P1A46: Handsearching respiratory conference abstracts: a comparison with abstracts identified by an EMBASE search. Stovold E, Hansen S.

●         P1A47: Ankle brachial index to predict cardiovascular events in primary health care, a systematic review. Galvão ALC1, Stein AT2, Pellanda LC3, Marcadenti A4.

●         P1A48: Geographic and language distribution of trials in Cochrane systematic reviews related to Acupuncture. Tung Y, Hou M, Chen Y.

●         P1A49: Drugs costs before and after bariatric surgery: A systematic review. Stein AT, Lopes EC, Heineck I, Athaydes G, Souto KP, Meinhardt NG.

●         P1A50: The updating of clinical practice guidelines: a systematic review of the research evidence. Martínez García L, Arévalo-Rodríguez I, Solà I, Hemens B, Vandvik PO, Haynes B, Alonso-Coello P.

●         P1A51: Uncommon language: The challenges of inconsistent terminology use for evidence synthesis. Parker RM, Hayden JA.

●         P1A52: A snowballing technique to ensure comprehensiveness of search for systematic reviews: a case study. Vedula S, Mahendraratnam N, Rutkow L, Kaufmann C, Rosman L, Twose C, Dickersin K.

●         P1A53: Searching far and wide for occupational prevention literature: Where do we go to find relevant studies? Van Eerd D, Mahood Q, Slack T.

●         P1A54: Identification and analysis of search strategies and filters carried out in systematic reviews indexed in Lilacs. Overview. Puga MEDS, Pereira RA, Figueiró MF, Melnik T, Carvalho APV, Riera R.

●         P1A55: Title-Abstract versus Title-Only Citation Screening Strategies for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses. Mateen F, Oh J, Tergas A, Bhayani N, Kamdar B.


Editorial processes and supporting review authors (P1A56- P1A68) – (1st Floor Hall)

●         P1A56: International activity within Cochrane Review Groups. Allen C, Clarke M, Richmond K.

●         P1A57: Experiences of undertaking a diagnostic test accuracy review with the Cochrane Oral Health Group. Walsh T, Littlewood A, Liu J.

●         P1A58: Epidemiology, Quality and Reporting Characteristics of the Randomized Controlled Trials on TCM for Gastric Cancer Published in Chinese Journal- Ma B, Ke Y, Su X, Xian L, Li Y, Yang K.

●         P1A59: Changes in Randomized Controlled Trials Reporting Quality Over Time: A Systematic Review of Journals from China in pediatrics. Ma B, Li H, Liu W, Zhang Y, Hu Q, Zhang Z.

●         P1A60: Reporting Standard for Qualitative Research: a good or a bad idea? Preliminary results from a Delphi study. Hannes K, Heyvaert M, Slegers K Van den Brande S, Vandewiele W, Van Houdt S, Van Nuland M.

●         P1A61: Obtaining funding for IPD meta-analyses: top tips for a successful application. Rydzewska L, Tierney J, Vale C.

●         P1A62: Helping readers understand review update status: pilot of a simple system. Sinclair D, Garner P.

●         P1A64: A tool to improve efficiency and quality in the production of protocols for Cochrane reviews of diagnostic test accuracy. Pennant M, Wisniewski S, Hyde C, Davenport C, Deeks J, on behalf of the Cochrane DTA ET.

●         P1A65: UK Prioritisation methods for Cochrane Reviews. Bailey SE, Stamp RJ, Clarke M.

●         P1A66: Improving the participation of women from developing countries in the Cochrane Collaboration: a pilot study. Koehlmoos TP, Nasser M, Kiwanuka S.

●         P1A67: From Barcelona to Madrid: history and quality of update reporting of Cochrane reviews flagged as updates in 2003 and analysed for the Barcelona Colloquium. Bastian H, Clarke M, Doust J, Glasziou P.

●         P1A68: Report on The Cochrane Empty Review Project Consensus Meeting: A proposal of empty review reporting guidelines and an invitation for feedback. Montgomery P, Yaffe J, Shepard L, Hopewell S.


Editorial processes and supporting review authors (P1B69-P1B80) – (2nd Floor Hall)

●         P1B69: The Cochrane Empty Review Project: Prevalence and characteristics of systematic reviews without included studies in The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. Shepard L, Yaffe J, Montgomery P, Hopewell S.

●         P1B70: A comparative analysis of systematic reviews published in Chinese academic journals and Cochrane library. Chen Y, Yao L, Liang F, Wang Q, Li J, Wei D, Xu H.

●         P1B71: Review or original article? The manuscript category of systematic review and meta-analysis in high-impact biomedical journals. Tam K, Tsai L, Kuo KN, Chen C, Lo H.

●         P1B72: Evaluation of data-synthesis in systematic reviews of studies on outcome prediction models. Van den Berg T, Heymans MW, Leone SS, Vergouw D, Hayden JA, Verhagen AP, de Vet HC.

●         P1B73: Editorial policies of hematology and oncology journals: An analysis of author instructions. Meerpohl JJ, Wolff RF, Grambauer N, Antes G, von Elm E.

●         P1B74: The influence of CONSORT on the quality of reporting of RCTs: An updated systematic review. Turner L, Moher D, Shamseer L, Weeks L, Peters J, Plint A, Altman D, Schulz K.

●         P1B75: A case report on updating Cochrane Reviews. Nicola Maayan.

●         P1B76: When should systematic reviews of effects restrict studies to those conducted in low- and middle-income countries: a proposal? Munabi-Babigumira S, Lewin S, Glenton C, Oxman A.

●         P1B77: Using program theory to understand heterogeneity in systematic effectiveness reviews. Cargo M, Stankov I, Thomas J, Hannes K, Saini M, Mayo-Wilson E, Rogers P.

●         P1B78: Analysing the growth in impact of the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (CDSR). Pentesco-Gilbert D, Stewart G.

●         P1B79: Does one click access matter? Global Usage of The Cochrane Review – 2010 analysis. Wilkins S, Stewart G, Pentesco-Gilbert D.

●         P1B80: How to involve consumers: a guide for Cochrane Editors. McIlwain C.


Global health and equity (P1B81-P1B102) – (2nd Floor Hall)

●         P1B81: Ivermectin and benzimidazoles for treating strongyloides infection. Echevarria J, Gotuzzo E, Samalvides F, Terashima A.

●         P1B82: Sex- and gender-based analyses in Cochrane reviews: methods and lessons learned. Ueffing E, Pardo Pardo J, Welch V, Borkhoff CM, Kristjansson E, Petticrew M, Tugwell P.

●         P1B83: Methodological Quality of Randomized Controlled Trials on Gastric Cancer Treated with Traditional Chinese Medicine Published in Chinese Journal. LI H, HU Q, LIU W, MA B.

●         P1B84: Financial health equity. Intervention for balance and financial stability of national health providing institutions, health promoters and insurers. Kadar I.

●         P1B85: Agreement and alignment: current status of clinical practice guidelines within the Southern African Development Community. Kredo T, Gerritsen A, van Heerden J, Conway S, Siegfried N.

●         P1B86: Neglected Tropical Diseases: are global policies based on reliable evidence? Nagpal S, Garner P.

●         P1B87: High 5s project – Hospital Survey on Patient Safety Culture results from Germany. Kolbe M, Lessing C, Fishman L, Renner D, Thomeczek C.

●         P1B88: Cutaneous Leishmaniasis International Observatory: an initiative for Evidence-based Global Health. González U, Ruiz-Baqués A

●         P1B89: The Role of the Medical Information Database in Managing the East Japan Disaster. Nango E, Naito T, Toyoshima Y, Yoshimoto H, Nakayama T.

●         P1B90: A Systematic Review Identifies Substantial Heterogeneity Of Studies Evaluating Effects Of Rural-to-urban Migration On Cardiovascular Risk Factors In Low And Middle Income Countries. Hernandez AV, Pasupuleti V, Deshpande A, Bernabe-Ortiz A, Miranda JJ.

●         P1B91: Integrating prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission programmes to improve uptake: a systematic review. Tudor Car L, Van Velthoven MH, Brusamento S, Elmoniry H, Car J, Majeed A, Tugwell P, Welch V, Marusic A, Atun R.

●         P1B92: Evidence-based African first aid guidelines and training materials. Van de Velde S, De Buck E, Vandekerckhove P, Volmink J.

●         P1B93: Criteria for judging the effectiveness of public health interventions. Denison E, Vist GE.

●         P1B94: Using “Implications for practice” from Cochrane reviews to promote worldwide improvements in healthcare. Newbatt E, Gholitabar M, McGuire H, Ullman R.

●         P1B95: Evidence-based medicine as a safety parameter for the judicialization of health policies. Marin dos Santos D, Puga ME, Bartolomei C, Marchewka T.


Knowledge translation in patient safety (P1B103-P1B117) – (2nd Floor Hall)

●         P1B103: The building blocks of safety: creating multi-disciplinary micro-systems and departmental PSOs as the foundation for a successful patient safety program. Shaw K, Rickard S, Reay T, Thomson D.

●         P1B104: Assessment of hospital capacities in patient safety in the Philippines. Acuin J.

●         P1B105: Safe care for children: a scoping review of what we know, and what we need to find out. Thomson D, Seto I, Scanlon M.

●         P1B106: Six sigma applications for patient safety in a university hospital. Mejia HM.

●         P1B107: A survey analysis of patient for patient safety in China. Zhang Q, Li Y, Zhang L, Yin Q, Shang L, Wei X, Zhang M.

●         P1B108: Patient for patient safety research in Cochrane Library. Zhang Q, Zhang M.

●         P1B109: Patients for patient safety: a systematic review. Li Y, Huang Y, Nie Y, Li J, Zhang M.

●         P1B110: Knowledge translation in patient safety: what barriers are present to asses the evidence in practitioners? Perez S, Rodriguez V, Cattivera C, Pardo J, García Elorrio E.

●         P1B111: Paediatric patient safety: the distinctive nature of childhood must be part of the equation. Thomson D, Matlow A, Rickard S, Scanlon M, Williams K.

●         P1B112: Evidence evaluation in ranking target areas of interest for a national patient safety campaign. Lauvrak V, Norderhaug IN, Saunes IS, Krogstad U.

●         P1B113: Opioids for chronic pain: evidence of effectiveness, consistency of use, and public health issues. Harris J.

●         P1B114: Evidence to support patient safety improvement. Harris J.

●         P1B115: EXTRACTING Clinically Relevant Messages from Drug Class Review. Melvin C, Carey T, Ranney L.

●         P1B116: Instruments and methodologies used for detecting and characterizing adverse events in ambulatory care: a systematic review. Gaitán Duarte H, Vallejo Ortega MT, García Dieguez M, Esandi ME, de Luca M, Milberg M, Cho M, Monserrat - Capella D, Reveiz L.

●         P1B117: Update of Cochrane systematic review of audit and feedback demonstrates stability in findings – will future trials be helpful? Ivers N, Jamtvedt G, Flottorp S, Young J French S, O’Brien MA, Johansen M, Odgaard-Jensen J, Oxman A, Grimshaw J.


Education and training (P1B118- P1B132) – (2nd Floor Hall)

●         P1B118: A Survey of the awareness rate of GRADE in China. Chen Y, Yang K, Wang Z, Yao L, Wang X.

●         P1B119: Building capacity in EBHC: What is happening in the African region? Rohwer A, Young T.

●         P1B120: Reporting Quality of Randomized Controlled Trials on Gastric Cancer Treated with Traditional Chinese Medicine Published in Chinese Journal. Qi G, Lin X, Chen Z, Wang T, Ma B.

●         P1B121: An effective model for training social workers in evidence-based practice in Korea. Hwang S.

●         P1B122: The effect evaluation of the postgraduate training program of systematic reviews. Weng YH, Shih YH, Lo HL, Kuo KN, Chen CF, Chiu YW.

●         P1B123: Complex interventions required to comprehensively educate allied health practitioners on evidence-based practice. Dizon JM, Grimmer-Somers K.

●         P1B124: Evidence based practice workshop for senior managers in Ethiopia. Abdulwadud O, Young T, Hailu K, Rangwala A, Midekssa M, Volmink J, Garner P.

●         P1B125: Measuring the quality of End-of-Life Care: Palliative Care of Cancer Patients. Ko W.

●         P1B126: Development of a systematic review unit of the Botucatu Medical School (FMB), São Paulo State University in Brazil. El Dib R, Rudge MV, Schellini SA, Barretti P, Cataneo A, Nogueira CR, Betini M, Yoshida WB.

●         P1B127: Introduction to EBP in the Humanitarian Services of the Belgian Red Cross-Flanders: Experiences from a newly developed workshop. Dieltjens T, Van de Velde S.

●         P1B128: Educational Models and Their Application in Medical Research Training: a Meta-analysis. Ejaz K, Zia N, Shamim MS.

●         P1B129: Mentoring clinicians in conducting systematic reviews through a clinical fellowship program. Chau M, Pitt V, Green S, Gruen R, Bragge P.

●         P1B130: Current practice of Filipino physiotherapists in Metro Manila, Philippines. Dizon JM, Grimmer- Somers K, Kumar S.

●         P1B131: Access alone does not guarantee use: the need for training to use evidence based resouces. Sriganesh V.

●         P1B132: Igniting minds: Use of Cochrane resources as educational tools for training medical students in developing countries. Shivika Ch.


Information and communication technology (P1B133-P1B134) – (2nd Floor Hall)

●         P1B133: Do e-interventions for medication management in ambulatory care pose a threat to patient safety? A systematic review. Carling C.

●         P1B134: Are computerized clinical decision support systems effective at improving the process of care and patient outcomes, and what makes an effective system? A decision-maker-researcher partnership systematic review. Roshanov P, Hemens BJ, Nieuwlaat R, Souza N, Sahota N, Wilczynski J, Fernandes N, Haynes RB.