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: February 2021.
We published the latest version of this guidance in February 2021. Key changes have been made to make the blogs more helpful to readers who are making healthcare decisions, and to offer readers further sources of information and support.
The previous update (June 2020) brought our guidance in line with 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 resource that aims to improve the quality, consistency and translatability of dissemination products (such as blogs) that present findings of a Cochrane A treatment, procedure or programme of health care that has the potential to change the course of events of a healthcare condition. Examples include a drug, surgery, exercise or counselling. More review.
We ask all of our bloggers to follow this guidance.
Get in touch
If you are writing a blog for Evidently Cochrane, you should already be in touch with Sarah Chapman or Selena Ryan-Vig, Cochrane UK’s Knowledge Brokers and Editors of Evidently Cochrane. If you are a patient, healthcare professional, or health researcher who would like to express an interest in blogging, please get in touch., or have any questions, please contact Sarah: [email protected] or Selena [email protected]
- Find out more about Cochrane’s Dissemination Checklist
- Watch a webinar about Cochrane’s Dissemination Checklist
Page last updated: 25 February 2021.