A guide to blogging for Evidently Cochrane

This page contains the most up-to-date guidance that we would like our bloggers to follow when preparing their blogs for Evidently Cochrane. Last updated: June 2020.

Read the guide for bloggers.

We have updated this guidance in line with a new 18-item Checklist and accompanying guidance for disseminating findings from Cochrane intervention reviews published by Cochrane in the autumn of 2019.  This is a new resource that can improve the quality, consistency and translatability of dissemination products (such as blogs) that present findings of a Cochrane intervention review.

As most of our blogs discuss Cochrane evidence, it is important that our bloggers closely follow the guidance here.

For those writing a different type of blog, for example highlighting a project, and not discussing the results of a systematic or Cochrane Review, much of the advice in this guidance document is still relevant.

Get in touch

If you are writing a blog for Evidently Cochrane, you should already be in touch with Sarah Chapman, Cochrane UK’s Knowledge Broker and the Editor of Evidently Cochrane. If you would like to express an interest in blogging for Evidently Cochrane, or have any questions, please contact Sarah: sarah.chapman@cochrane.nhs.uk.

Further information

Editor’s note: we last updated this guidance in June 2020, in line with the latest Cochrane guidance for describing evidence certainty. 

A guide to blogging for Evidently Cochrane by Selena Ryan-Vig

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