The Centre for Evidence Based Healthcare
The Nottingham Centre for Evidence Based Healthcare (CEBHC) is part of The University of Nottingham’s Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences.
We are a vibrant, growing Centre made up of experienced academic researchers, information scientists and clinical practitioners, all specialising in evidence synthesis.
Together, we publish systematic reviews using a variety of methodologies, registered through the Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) and Cochrane Collaboration, with the aim of improving healthcare practices for the benefit of patients and practitioners all over the world.
Our Centre has three main areas of activity:
- Collaborating with faculty research groups to provide methodological input for research programmes.
- Collaborating with clinical partners to tackle established clinical priorities through evidence synthesis and implementation.
- Delivering high-quality training on systematic reviewing and evidence based healthcare. Our expert team delivers short courses and bespoke workshops locally, nationally and internationally.
Our vision statement
To engage with health professionals, decision-makers, and researchers to pursue excellence and innovation in evidence synthesis and knowledge exchange to build capacity and impact health globally.
Nottingham Impact at World Evidence Based Healthcare Day
The Nottingham CEBHC is profiled amongst the Impact Stories associated with the World Evidence Based Healthcare Day. This day is organised by JBI, the Cochrane Collaboration, Campbell, GIN and other key organisations active in evidence based healthcare. It is a global initiative that raises awareness of the need for better evidence to inform healthcare policy, practice and decision making in order to improve health outcomes globally.
View the Nottingham Impact Story
Explore our reviews, collaborations and training
To find out more about how our work makes an impact, explore the Centre’s systematic reviews, collaborative projects and training opportunities.
Collaborating with the Joanna Briggs Institute
The Centre for Evidence Based Healthcare is an officially designated Centre of Excellence within the Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) network, consisting of over 80 entities across the world.
The JBI’s mission is to promote and support the synthesis, transfer and utilisation of evidence by identifying feasible, appropriate, meaningful and effective healthcare practices that help to improve healthcare outcomes globally.
We are a founding member of the JBI European Group which shares ideas in evidence based research, creates networking opportunities and supports early career researchers. Through this collaboration, we have secured full JBI membership for all staff at the Nottingham University Hospital Trust, giving them free access to the JBI library and evidence based practice tools.
Participants from the JBI Systematic Review Course: