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Our Partners

Each of the academic partners in the SLHS network bring their own expertise in the field of Health Services Research and contribute directly to the Swiss Learning Health System.

Our Network

The SLHS benefits from a good and supportive network - both within and outside Switzerland.

Cochrane Switzerland was established in 2010, building on the work of the French speaking Cochrane network (Réseau Francophone Cochrane). With this new set-up the activities were extended to the whole of Switzerland in three national languages. Cochrane Switzerland is based at the Institut universitaire de médecine sociale et préventive (IUMSP) in Lausanne. The IUMSP is part of the University hospital (CHUV) and of the University of Lausanne (UNIL).

The foundation Swiss School of Public Health (SSPH+) assembles the academic public health expertise available across Swiss universities (Basel, Bern, Geneva, Lausanne, Lucerne, Neuchâtel, Svizzera italiana and Zurich). SSPH+ is based on the vision that public health is a scientific and professional field, shaped by a broad range of disciplines. 

The Learning Health Community is a grassroot stakeholder organization. The US-based organization brings people and organizations from around the world and across disciplines together, to continously develop and improve the vision of Learning Health Systems. 

The UK-based Learning Healthcare Project is a website that collects the views of experts on Learning Healthcare Systems and invites patients, clinicians, policy makers and academics to add their views to the debate by commenting on the continously updated evidence the website provides. 

The University of Michigan Medical School Department of Learning Health Sciences is a basic science department focused on the sciences that make learning effective, routine, efficient and scalable.It is the first basic science department in the nation focused on the study and practice of learning not just by individuals, but for groups, organizations, regions, states and even entire nations.  

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