Cochrane is delighted to announce the introduction of a new, freely available set of learning resources for Knowledge Translation in Cochrane.

Launched as part of, these resources will provide anyone working as part of Cochrane with an introduction to Knowledge Translation (KT), its key themes and KT audiences.  They provide a range learning materials focused on our ongoing implementation activities, illustrated with case-studies from across Cochrane’s community.

Cochrane defines Knowledge Translation (KT) as the process of ensuring that health evidence from our high quality, trusted Cochrane systematic reviews is used by those who need it to make health decisions.

Producing high-quality systematic reviews is essential but not enough! To inform decisions and lead to the better health Cochrane needs to make sure our evidence is used.

All resources are freely available through new curated collections:

Introducing knowledge translation in Cochrane
Disseminating Cochrane evidence
Priority setting
Meaningful partnerships
Improving the uptake of Cochrane evidence
Knowledge Translation in multi-languages

Best wishes, Neil

Coordinator, HIFA Project on Evidence-Informed Policy and Practice