Pelvic physiotherapist and comedian Elaine Miller @GussieGrips pulls back the covers and shines a torch on health, research, and asking about your sex life
Nurse and researcher Tracie Miles blogs about Cochrane evidence on vaginal dilator therapy after pelvic radiotherapy, and about what happens when science listens to women
Five Cochrane trainee doctors to share their experiences of talking with patients about sex.
Sex and chronic pelvic pain was one of the things people talked about, at a workshop to discuss which treatment outcomes mattered to them. Sally Crowe tells the story.
In this blog, Asthma UK’s Dr Andy Whittamore explores how talking about sex and asthma could result in better asthma self-care
Bridget Candy & Louise Jones, authors of a Cochrane review on women, cancer and sex after treatment, discuss why this matters, what might help, and what we need to know
Introducing Cochrane UK's special blog series #theproblemwithsex, which aims to lift the lid on sex and chronic health conditions
Something we, and our readers, really value about our blogs is that they often go beyond summarizing Cochrane evidence...
In this blog for nurses, paediatrician and Cochrane UK Fellow Rufaro Ndokera looks at qualitative Cochrane evidence on the use of protocols for ventilation weaning and Charlotte Hill, an intensive care senior nurse, reflects on the evidence and practice.
In this blog for parents of preterm babies, Rufaro Ndokera looks at Cochrane evidence on ways to help preterm babies feed orally.
How would you not wish to die? Richard Lehman reflects on a discussion about advance decisions, evidence-based medicine and kindness.
This blog for nurses considers evidence and practice on optimal positioning for mechanically ventilated preterm babies