Dr Opeyemi Babatunde is a Researcher at Keele University. Post qualification as a Physiotherapist and public health practitioner, she has worked in various roles as a clinical/community based physiotherapist and in community settings on public health promotion projects. Her current research focuses on synthesis of current best evidence (including Cochrane and non-Cochrane reviews and overviews of reviews) on musculoskeletal health with the aim of informing and fostering best practice in health services. She is involved in clinical application of research-evidence, engaging with clinicians in evidence-based practice groups and stakeholders, interpreting and supporting use of evidence in practice. She also works on knowledge translation initiatives including the successful development of Evidence Flowers, a visual evidence summary which have shown the potential to enhance accessibility, engagement-with and usability of research-evidence for lay/professional audience (see Fig.). Evidence Flowers won the 2017 Cochrane-UK Symposium award as a novel resource for disseminating findings among healthcare professionals.