Something we, and our readers, really value about our blogs is that they often go beyond summarizing Cochrane evidence to include experience and expertise from people for whom that evidence may be relevant.
We now have blogs in four ‘Evidence for Everyday’ series, written primarily for nurses, midwives, allied health professionals and patients/anyone making health choices, and blogs outside these series too. We really want to hear these voices in our blogs and have ‘real world’ perspectives on the evidence – and on the missing bits. Those missing bits might be where no reliable evidence exists, where research has failed to explore things that matter most to people, or perhaps where there are barriers to being able to find and use research.
In short, Evidently Cochrane needs you! We would like to invite expressions of interest in blogging for us. We don’t pay for blogs, but it’s a great thing to do for your Continuing Professional Development! There are two ways to contribute. You can either write a whole blog, or a shorter piece for inclusion in a blog. Our Guide to blogging will give you some useful information. Please note, we are not looking for people to blog for us on a regular basis, and submission of a blog does not guarantee publication.
New Cochrane evidence is being published all the time. On this page, you’ll find a list of topics and Cochrane reviews which we’ve identified as good topics for blogs. We’ll keep this list up to date.
If you are interested in blogging about any of them, or have an area of interest/expertise about which relevant may be published in one of our four Everyday series, please complete the form below.
Students, of any discipline, interested in blogging about evidence might like to head over to Students 4 Best Evidence and take a look at their blog wish list here, or you could write about any of the topics here.
Topics for blogs
Reviews on complementary therapies, drug therapies, treatments for acne scars.
Multiple reviews including yoga, exercise, psychological interventions, multidisciplinary rehabilitation. More reviews anticipated, including one on online support groups.
Reviews on educational interventions; exercise; drug therapy.
Upper limb exercise training for COPD. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2016, Issue 11. Art. No.: CD011434. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD011434.pub2
Preventing and treating acute exacerbations
Pregnancy and childbirth
Bedrest in multiple pregnancy
da Silva Lopes K, Takemoto Y, Ota E, Tanigaki S, Mori R. Bed rest with and without hospitalisation in multiple pregnancy for improving perinatal outcomes. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2017, Issue 3. Art. No.: CD012031. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD012031.pub2.
Harding KB, Peña-Rosas JP, Webster AC, Yap CMY, Payne BA, Ota E, De-Regil LM. Iodine supplementation for women during the preconception, pregnancy and postpartum period. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2017, Issue 3. Art. No.: CD011761. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD011761.pub2.
Pain management in labour
overview of systematic reviews on pain management in labour plus related reviews published since this overview.
Planned early birth versus expectant management
Reviews covering hypertensive disorders, suspected compromised baby and mono amniotic twins.
Polyunsaturated fatty acid supplementation to improve maternal and infant health
Several reviews on drug therapies and psychological therapies
Shared care for long-term conditions
Smith SM, Cousins G, Clyne B, Allwright S, O’Dowd T. Shared care across the interface between primary and specialty care in management of long term conditions. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2017, Issue 2. Art. No.: CD004910. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD004910.pub3.
Sickle cell disease
Page last updated 28 July 2017