Students 4 Best Evidence is a blogging network by students, for students, who are interested in evidence-based healthcare.
Arvind Nagra shares evidence and experience on empowering children and young people with long-term conditions as they move towards adult health services
David Roberts looks at whether putting patients in control can improve the quality of their anticoagulation therapy.
Andrew Moore, author of over 200 systematic reviews, reveals the inconvenient truth about paracetamol
A blog about our Evidence for Everyday Allied Health tweetchat for allied health professionals on the what, why and how of evidence-based practice
Professor Martin Burton looks at the latest evidence that might help parents and their doctors to decide whether antibiotics are worth trying for children with 'glue ear'
Liv Chapman writes for parents about new Cochrane evidence on whether fluoride mouthrinses can prevent tooth decay in children
Joining in the WeActiveChallenge is a great way for health professionals to get going on Twitter, as Sarah Chapman explains in this Evidently Cochrane blog
Sarah Lensen explains what the latest Cochrane evidence tells us about endometrial scratching to help couples get pregnant and what we still don't know
Lynda Ware summarizes Cochrane evidence on surgical approaches for vaginal prolapse and Simon Jackson, Consultant Gynaecologist at Oxford's John Radcliffe Hospital, reflects on why this review is timely.
Physiotherapist Anna Lowe looks at the importance of promoting physical activity and how AHPs can contribute to re-shaping the physical activity culture of the NHS
The poor state of the evidence on antibiotics and antiseptics for wounds.