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.
Members of the Cochrane UK Trainee Advisory Committee share why antibiotic resistance should matter to you
Professor Dame Sally Davies, England’s Chief Medical Officer, recently warned that the world could face a “post-antibiotic apocalypse.” She urged...
To mark the start of World Antibiotic Awareness Week, here is a blog for non-medical readers by Lynda Ware,...
Ahead of World Antibiotic Awareness Week, Samantha Gale, Cochrane UK’s Public Health Fellow, gives a brief introduction to antibiotic resistance
In this blog for our Evidence for Everyday Health Choices series, David Crowe shares his experience of living with sleep apnoea and exploring treatment options.
Announcing our #cochraneforall tweetchats - another opportunity to tell us what we could do to increase the involvement of patients and carers in next year's Cochrane conference.
This article for nurses, on venous leg ulcers, is one of a series of evidence reviews written by Sarah Chapman for the British Journal of Community Nursing
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.