Students 4 Best Evidence is a blogging network by students, for students, who are interested in evidence-based healthcare.
Students at City University, London carried out an evaluation of Evidently Cochrane to assess how accessible the site is for people with various impairments. This blog explains the key changes we have since made to improve the blog's accessibility.
In this blog for people affected by chronic pain and those who support and work with them, Dr. Amanda C de C Williams discusses the findings of her team’s latest Cochrane Review on psychological therapies.
Sarah Chapman highlights Cochrane evidence on COVID-19 and other health effects of the pandemic, with links to reviews, blogs and other Cochrane resources.
Adam Todd a community pharmacist and Robert Walton a general practitioner examine the latest Cochrane evidence on whether community pharmacies can provide effective lifestyle advice.
A blog for physicians on Cochrane evidence on the optimal management strategy for patients with malignant pleural effusions.
Emma Doble and Marta Santos introduce the Cochrane UK Consumer Champions initiative and invite applications
A blog about what domestic abuse is, sources of help for women experiencing it, and evidence from Cochrane Reviews.
Qualitative researchers Marilyn Kendall and Scott Murray reflect on the importance of patients' and carers' illness accounts for getting to the heart of what matters to people and share some ‘found’ poems that have emerged from their stories.
In this blog for pregnant women and those supporting them, Associate Professor Philippa Middleton and co-authors discuss their recently updated Cochrane Review looking at the effects for women and their babies of inducing labour towards the end of pregnancy.
Salma Ahmad and Catherine Suttle address some questions about whether long-sighted children need to wear glasses, with the help of recent Cochrane evidence.
Sarah Chapman looks at a new Cochrane Review on how useful signs and symptoms are for diagnosing COVID-19.
Cochrane evidence on central venous catheter (CVC) management in a blog for nurses.