The Global Evidence and Implementation Summit (GEIS) is taking place in Melbourne, Australia from 22-24 October 2018

The Global Evidence and Implementation Summit (GEIS), taking place in Melbourne from 22-24 October 2018, will deliver the latest evidence synthesis and implementation research and practice strategies for improving the lives of individuals, … Continue Reading →


22.01.18 Plotting the Long Road to Recovery of Healthcare Research

Dr. Soumyadeep Bhaumik, longtime EBR member in healthcare businesses magazine –  on the need for evidence based research  in India for Plotting the Long Road to Recovery of Healthcare Research 


02.01.18 “BMC Systematic Reviews” have made a call for papers

“BMC Systematic Reviews” have made a call for papers: Automation in systematic reviews. Series Editor is Professor Joseph Lau. “Systematic Reviews” invites you to submit to our new thematic series, … Continue Reading →


Welcome to our new Steering Group members!

We are pleased to welcome two new members to our Steering Group – Caroline Blaine and Jennifer Yost. Caroline is Deputy Head of Content at the BMJ Knowledge Centre. Her interest in … Continue Reading →


PhD defence ‘The Next Steps Towards Responsible Animal-based Research’, 24 May, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Judith van Luijk, PhD student at Radboud University Medical Center, recently submitted her PhD thesis entitled: “The Next Steps Towards Responsible Animal-based Research”. The thesis concerns research into the effectiveness of … Continue Reading →


Towards Evidence Based Research – now in Italian!

We are happy to announce that the BMJ paper: Towards Evidence Based Research is now available in Italian thanks to the GIMBE Foundation. The Italian version is published in Evidence – … Continue Reading →


Eugene Garfield (1925 – 2017)

The EBRNetwork would like to acknowledge one of the giants on whom shoulders we stand. Eugene Garfield was a giant in publishing metrics, including writing about the failure to cite … Continue Reading →


Evidence-Based Research – what do funders do?

It’s estimated that 85% of medical research is wasted. The waste comes from asking the wrong question, bad design or poor reporting – and in a study carried out with … Continue Reading →


100 Members!

We have 100 members! Thanks to everyone who is supporting us! If you are not a member yet sign up here


Redundant and dangerous health research – how can you support better research practice? 8 November 2016, Bergen, Norway

Welcome to the seminar “Redundant and dangerous health research – how can you support better research practices?” The seminar is organised in collaboration with the Centre for Evidence-Based Practice and … Continue Reading →