We are seeking input from our members to choose our replacement term for 'stakeholder'. Please see our the options in our new poll.
(Updated: November 28, 2023)
Check out the latest issue of the MuSE Newsletter for all our project updates and upcoming presentations.
(Updated: September 18, 2023)
Olivia Magwood presented a poster describing our MuSE-ES poster at the 2023 Cochrane Colloquium in London. Click on the poster to enlarge.
Stay tuned for more links to our MuSE presentations from the Colloquium!
(Updated: September 13, 2023)
We have just published the protocol for our project to develop guidance for engaging with collaborators and partners in evidence synthesis. This project has four sequential steps that will result in the development of consensus-driven guidance.
Read more here.
(Updated: August 2, 2023)
Our paper describing the 6 key issues related to stakeholder engagement in guideline development has just been published. Read more here.
(Updated: May 18, 2023)
Read the latest news from MuSE.
(Updated: April 5, 2023)
The MuSE Consortium aims to be inclusive of all our members. We know that the term 'stakeholder' is problematic for some groups and therefore we need your help to find a suitable replacement.
Please help us by completing this short survey to find an alternate term: https://forms.gle/TF7tmbdMH2RDUnpw9
(Updated: April 4, 2023)
Multi-Stakeholder Engagement in Guideline Development and Implementation.
When: Wednesday, April 12, 2023, 12:00 PM Eastern, 11:00 AM Central, 9:00 AM Pacific
This GIN-North America webinar will:
Join Jennifer Petkovic and Mara Palm for this webinar discussing multi-stakeholder engagement in guideline development. With Maya Gerstein (AHRQ).
Register now to attend
The Campbell Collaboration held its first 2023 webinar.
Olivia Magwood presented on 'Stakeholder engagement in evidence synthesis: Updates from the Multi-Stakeholder Engagement Consortium.
(Updated: April 4, 2023)
Alex Todhunter-Brown will be speaking on a panel discussion at the Evidence Synthesis and Meta-Analysis in R Conference (ESMARConf). The panel focus is on stakeholder engagement and evidence synthesis.
The ESMARConf registration is free (or small donation) from March 27th to 31st. Find out more here.
Alex is speaking on Wednesday, March 29th at 12pm BST. Watch this panel on YouTube.
(Updated March 22, 2023)
The MuSE team had a busy year in 2022! Check out our post describing what we've accomplished over the past 12 months and what we're planning for the start of 2023.
Wishing you a very happy new year!
(Updated December 23, 2022)
Cochrane has a new framework focused on involving stakeholders in consumer (patient, carer and public) engagement and involvement.
The framework has five elements at its heart: Engagement, Co-production, Accessibility, Partnership, along with Evaluation and reporting.
You can find out more about what this means for Cochrane and stakeholders in engagement and involvement here.
(Updated December 1, 2022)
This Thursday December 1st, the annual 2022 Bruyère Research Day will be held. There will be engaging snapshot presentations from researchers as well as informative posters on a variety of projects.
Thomas Grant will be presenting a research snapshot on Stakeholder Engagement in Guideline Development (poster here).
Caitlin Shyng will be presenting a poster on Stakeholder Engagement in Health Care Evidence Synthesis. Explore the links below to learn more.
(Updated November 30, 2022)
We are proud to congratulate Omar Dewidar for winning best poster for his work describing Medical Cannabis for Chronic Pain: A Systematic Assessment of Equity Considerations!
You can view his poster here.
(Updated: October 7, 2022)
We were fortunate to meet in-person with some of our MuSE team following the GIN 2022 conference in Toronto.
We are so excited about what we'll be doing with MuSE over the next 6 months (and beyond). Stay tuned!
(Updated: September 25, 2022)
We will be presenting our recently published review protocols at the GIN 2022 Conference!
Check out the MuSE project posters and the rest of the GIN 2022 posters here!
Dr. Jennifer Petkovic presenting: Guidance for stakeholder engagement in health guideline development: a scoping review
Olivia Magwood presenting : Barriers and facilitators to stakeholder engagement in health guideline development
Ms. Joanne Khabasa presenting: Conflict of interest issues when engaging stakeholders in health and healthcare guideline development: a systematic review
Let us know if you’ll be at GIN! We’d love to connect!
(Updated: September 21, 2022)
We are excited to unveil the new MuSE Consortium logo! This logo was developed by our co-op students Angeline Pink and Emily Huang. Several options were presented and voted on by members of the MuSE Consortium. We also thank Obinna Ikeonu!
(Updated: September 6, 2022)
For our MuSE Guidelines project, we are conducting a series of systematic reviews to synthesize the literature related to stakeholder engagement in guidelines. Check out the protocols for more information:
Petkovic J, et al. PROTOCOL: Guidance for stakeholder engagement in health guideline development: a scoping review. Campbell Systematic Reviews. 2022. DOI: 10.1002/cl2.1242
Magwood O, et al. PROTOCOL: Barriers and facilitators to stakeholder engagement in health guideline development: A qualitative evidence synthesis. Campbell Systematic Reviews. 2022. DOI:10.1002/cl2.1237
Khabsa J, et al. PROTOCOL: Conflict of interest issues when engaging stakeholders in health and healthcare guideline development: A systematic review. Campbell Systematic Reviews. 2022. DOI: 10.1002/cl2.1232
(Updated: August 30, 2022)
We are inviting individuals representing any of our 10 stakeholder groups to participate in an interview. You will have the opportunity to shape our guidance by giving feedback on our draft extension to the GIN-McMaster checklist for guideline development.
We hope to provide guidance on how and when to involve stakeholders in the guideline development process.
(Updated: August 11, 2022)
The annual GIN Conference will take place September 21-24, 2022 in Toronto, Canada. There are 4 MuSE project posters to be presented. More details to come!(Updated: August 11, 2022)
We're introducing a new way to connect with the MuSE Consortium and anyone else interested in stakeholder engagement in research! Check this page often. We'll include project updates and other information that may be of interest to all our MuSE members.(Updated: August 11, 2022)