Something we, and our readers, really value about our blogs is that they often go beyond summarizing Cochrane evidenceCochrane...
Students 4 Best Evidence is a blogging network by students, for students, who are interested in evidence-based healthcare.
Sarah Chapman reflects on a tweetchat on how best to illustrate mental health topics when sharing evidence.
Researchers from Cochrane Common Mental Disorders blog about the need for youth input in work to prevent suicide and self-harm young people.
A blog exploring whether we are missing an obvious opportunity to use YouTube as a place to share Cochrane evidence, in order to reach a youth audience.
A blog about the benefits and practicalities of engaging with young people in the process of undertaking child and youth mental health research.
A blog about responsibility and challenges when using images to communicate mental health research.
Join @CochraneUK and @Cochrane_CCMD for a tweetchat on illustrating mental health topics, on Wednesday 12th February 2020
Introducing a special series of blogs on children and young people’s mental health, #YoungMindsMatter, and the Cochrane Common Mental Disorders Children and Young People Satellite
Hariklia Nguyen and Sadia Janjua blog about the need for evidence behind advice on things individuals might do to reduce exposure to air pollution
Expert advice isn’t always right or based on careful consideration of the best evidence. In the first blog of our new special series '“Oh, really?” 12 things to help you question health advice', Cochrane UK's Director, Professor Martin Burton, takes us from experts to evidence.
Introducing a new special series of blogs on Evidently Cochrane: “Oh, really?” Twelve things to help you question health advice. In 2020, we're publishing one blog each month, offering 12 things to help you question health advice. The series is based on a list of ‘Key Concepts’ developed by the Informed Health Choice project team.
Sarah Chapman blogs some recent evidence on pet therapy
In a blog for people expecting or caring for a new baby, Sarah Chapman looks at some common concerns and tackles fads, fashions and evidence!