Something we, and our readers, really value about our blogs is that they often go beyond summarizing Cochrane evidence...
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Sarah Chapman looks at the latest evidence on dressings to treat venous leg ulcers and nurse Helen Cowan offers her perspective from clinical practice, reflecting on the importance of seeing beyond the wound.
Martin Burton, Ear, Nose and Throat doctor, writes about the latest evidence on nasal saline irrigation for allergic rhinitis (caused...
Karen Morley blogs about her experience of seeking help for her Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and how finding and using Cochrane evidence was a turning point.
Dementia care practitioner and researcher Bob Woods talks about reminiscence therapy and the evidence from their recent Cochrane Review.
Sarah Chapman and Selena Ryan-Vig from Cochrane UK share tips on how to put together a successful special series for social media
Sandra Galvin and Shaun Treweek blog about the START competition that challenges children in Ireland's primary schools to become trialists and reflects on what they have achieved.
Ahead of Cochrane Colloquium Edinburgh 2018, which will be a #PatientsIncluded event, Sarah Chapman was invited by The BMJ to write an Opinion Piece about co-producing conferences with patients. She reflects on the recent #BMJDebate about the issue. This article was originally published on BMJ Opinion.
The Rosamund Snow Prize will enable two people aged under 30 with experience as health service users to join other healthcare consumers, researchers and health professionals at the Cochrane Colloquium 2018
Nurse Helen Cowan delves into the Cochrane Library to explore some 'known unknowns', and reflects on what practitioners might do when the evidence is equivocal, and what might bridge the evidence gap.
Shaun Treweek points a finger at the thin evidence base for trial process decision-making and highlights a new funding initiative from the National Institute for Health Research that will help.
Katie Gillies and Derek Stewart, from the PRioRiTy II group, highlight the need for the identification of a national research agenda on retention to clinical trials developed and prioritised by all relevant stakeholders.