Something we, and our readers, really value about our blogs is that they often go beyond summarizing Cochrane evidence...
Students 4 Best Evidence is a blogging network by students, for students, who are interested in evidence-based healthcare.
Cochrane UK's Sarah Chapman and Jack Leahy reflect on their recent social media campaign, #theproblemwithsex
In a blog for medical trainees, Chris McAloon, a cardiology specialty trainee, reflects on evidence and practice for treating someone with ST elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI)
Sarah Chapman reviews the evidence on foot care for people with diabetes in an article for nurses
In a blog primarily for health professionals, Asda Abbas, a trainee paediatrician, looks at Cochrane evidence on skin to skin care and pain in neonates
Neuropsychologist Marta Bieńkiewicz explores the potential of virtual reality to help people with Parkinson's disease, and after stroke, and looks at the evidence
Kirsty Marais from Alzheimer's UK goes behind the headlines that 1 in 3 dementia cases could be prevented, unpacking what the new Lancet Commission on Dementia found
In this blog for our #dementiaspotlight series, Carrie Jackson looks at social living models, innovations in supported care in the community, that might help people with dementia to live well at home.
This blog summarises a series of Cochrane reviews describing a structured questionnaire, the IQCODE, that is used to help identify possible dementia
In a blog for our #dementiaspotlight series, researchers share differing views on the evidence for cerebrolysin as a treatment for vascular dementia
Sarah Chapman looks at the state of the evidence on interventions that night help carers of people with dementia and talks to Justine about her experience
Jenny McCleery, Consultant Psychiatrist and Joint Co-ordinating Editor of Cochrane Dementia and Cognitive Improvement Group, looks at the latest Cochrane evidence on creative arts therapies for people with dementia
Geriatrician Kit Byatt considers the state of the evidence on drug withdrawal in people with dementia