Latest CHF Journal looks at consumers and health research

Cochrane Australia‚Äôs Julian Elliott, Tari Turner and Anneliese Synnott explore the role consumers are set to play in the new health evidence eco-system in the latest issue of Health Voices, out this week. The online journal published bi-annually by the Consumers Health Forum of Australia aims to promote debate on health care issues affecting all Australians and of interest to health consumers, government and industry.

In their article What role for consumers in the new health evidence ecosystem, Julian, Tari and Anneliese take a closer a look at the new ways people and technology will make greater sense of health research, and argue that innovative ways of bringing people together is an essential part of making sense of the current data delugeYou can find the full article and the complete consumer issue free online at healthvoices.org.au/volume/issues/april-2018.