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.
In a blog for trainees, Faro Ndokera looks at evidence on videolaryngoscopy as compared to direct laryngoscopy in three patient groups.
Sarah Chapman blogs about Cochrane evidence and other factors informing her treatment choices for a frozen shoulder
Richard Morley and Sarah Chapman acknowledge the sensitivities around 'patient' and alternative terms, as work gets under way to make the Cochrane conference 2018 a 'Patients Included' event
In a blog for non-medical readers, Lynda Ware looks at the evidence behind treatments for pre-menstrual syndrome, or PMS.
Catch up with the conversation we had during a multidisciplinary tweetchat with the We Communities, exploring evidence for everyday - how practitioners find and use it, and how it impacts their practice.
Steven Williams blogs about the recently launched 'My Signals', in which health and social care staff and service users describe research that is important for them.
Announcing our plans to make the Cochrane Colloquium, our global conference, to be held in Edinburgh in 2018, a Patients Included event.
Emma Plugge looks at the evidence on later school start times for supporting students' education and their health and wellbeing.
In this blog introduced by Rufaro Ndokera, trainees Eoin and David talk about their experiences of systematic review writing so far.
Sarah Chapman reflects on the challenges of using stock images to illustrate blogs and other social media products about health evidence.
Sarah Rayfield, Speciality Registrar in Public Health, looks at the latest evidence on vitamin A supplementation in children living in low and middle income countries
Cochrane UK's Sarah Chapman and Jack Leahy reflect on their recent social media campaign, #theproblemwithsex