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.
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.
Sarah Chapman blogs about new Cochrane evidence on the safety and effectiveness of HPV vaccines for young women.
This year World Asthma Day is on 1 May. This annual event, organized by the Global Initiative for Asthma (GINA), aims...
On World Asthma Day, Emma Dennett from Cochrane Airways blogs about a workshop held to explore what matters to people with asthma and so identify topics for Cochrane Reviews.
Sarah Chapman and Kit Byatt reflect on their discussion about helping an elderly relative decide whether a test and a treatment offered were in her best interests.
Announcing a great opportunity for some keen tweeters to come to the Cochrane Colloquium 2018 (with free registration, accommodation and a travel bursary) as part of the #BeyondTheRoom team.
Catriona Hilton looks at prediabetes and the evidence on whether diet and exercise can reduce your risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
TaskExchange has launched new features especially for evidence newcomers! TaskExchange is Cochrane’s online platform that connects people needing help...
In this blog for our #LifeAfterStroke series, Scott Murray and Marilyn Kendall talk about evidence from in-depth interviews, which could guide provision of person-centred care after major stroke and support people in living and dying well.
Rose Peel looks at the role of occupational therapists in supporting stroke survivors and the need for evidence to underpin therapy.