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Anneliese Synnot is a Research Fellow with Cochrane Australia and Methods Chair of the Consumer Panel for the National COVID-19 Clinical Evidence Taskforce.

Annie is interested in how consumers (patients, carers, citizens) can be meaningfully engaged in living evidence, specifically living systematic reviews and living guidelines.

Annie has worked in partnership with consumers, health professionals and health policy makers on numerous heath research projects, and has taught and mentored many researchers in systematic review methods. She has been involved in living systematic review methods development, including for Cochrane, since 2013.

Annie is an Editor with Cochrane Consumers and Communication and previously worked for the Centre for Health Communication and Participation, La Trobe University.

Annie is nearing completion of a Doctor of Philosophy from La Trobe University and holds a Master of Public Health from La Trobe University and Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of South Australia.

Research area keywords

  • Consumer involvement
  • Patient involvement
  • Systematic reviews
  • Guidelines


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  • MuSE: Stakeholder engagement in health care systematic reviews

    Tugwell, P., Smith, M., Welch, V., Akl, E. A., Antequera, A., Avey, M. T., Chang, S. M., Concannon, T., Dans, L. F., Dewidar, O., Ghersi, D., Graham, I. G., Haddaway, N. R., Hazlewood, G. S., Hilgart, J., Jull, J. E., Khabsa, J., Magwood, O., Maxwell, L., McCutcheon, C., Parker, R., Petkovic, J., Pollock, A., Riddle, A., Schunemann, H. J., Shea, B., Synnot, A., Ghogomu, E. T., Tomlinson, E., Toupin-April, K., Campbell, P., Horsley, T., Morley, R., Nonino, F. & Pardo, J. P.


    Project: Research