Cochrane Nursing Care Field (CNCF)

The Cochrane Nursing Care Field (CNCF) is one of 16 fields within the Cochrane Collaboration, managed exclusively by JBI. The Mission of the CNCF is to improve health outcomes by providing an easily accessible evidence base for nurses and related healthcare professionals involved in delivering, leading or researching nursing care. The CNCF produces ‘Cochrane Corner’ columns (summaries of recent nursing-care-relevant Cochrane Reviews) that are regularly published in the CNCF’s numerous international collaborating nursing-care-related journals. These summaries allow evidence to reach a wider group of nurses and related healthcare agencies globally, enabling busy healthcare professionals direct access to highly relevant outcomes to interpret and implement into their daily practice. The columns are developed by nursing professionals with nursing and frontline care in mind, with direct reference to the reviews’ implication and relevance for nursing practice.

Assoc. Prof. Craig Lockwood is the Field Director and Alex Mignone is the Field Coordinator.

 Cochrane Nursing Care Field Website


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Guidelines International Network (G-I-N)

G-I-N is a global network founded in 2002. It has grown to comprise 94 organisations and 77 individual members representing 46 countries from all continents. The network supports evidence-based health care and improved health outcomes by reducing inappropriate variation throughout the world. Its mission is to lead, strengthen and support collaboration and work within the guideline development, adaptation and implementation community.

Campbell Collaboration Process & Implementation Methods Sub-group

The Campbell Collaboration was established in 2000 and focuses on evidence of the effects of social and educational policies and practices, service providers, policy makers, educators and their students, and professional researchers. The Process & Implementation Methods sub-group aims to:

  • Conduct research on methodological issues
  • Serve as forum to discuss methodological issues
  • Provide advice and guidance
  • Provide training on methodological issues
  • Help monitor and facilitate improvements in review quality
  • Ensure that subgroup functions as part of C2 (Campbell Collaboration)

Dr Margaret Cargo, University of South Australia, Coordinates this Methods sub-group withDr Cindy Stern as Administrator.