How can we promote good communication at the Cochrane Colloquium, #CochraneForAll, which starts on Sunday? Sarah Chapman reflects on some things speakers can do to help.
Opeyemi Babatude, Research Associate at Keele University, introduces “Evidence Flowers” as a novel way of providing a visual summary of research evidence.
Sarah Chapman and Selena Ryan-Vig from Cochrane UK share tips on how to put together a successful special series for social media
Announcing a great opportunity for some keen tweeters to come to the Cochrane Colloquium 2018 (with free registration, accommodation and a travel bursary) as part of the #BeyondTheRoom team.
Catch up with the conversation we had during a multidisciplinary tweetchat with the We Communities, exploring evidence for everyday - how practitioners find and use it, and how it impacts their practice.
Steven Williams blogs about the recently launched 'My Signals', in which health and social care staff and service users describe research that is important for them.
Sarah Chapman reflects on the challenges of using stock images to illustrate blogs and other social media products about health evidence.
Cochrane UK's Sarah Chapman and Jack Leahy reflect on their recent social media campaign, #theproblemwithsex
Sarah Chapman reflects on how Cochrane UK used social media to share Cochrane evidence on replacement of peripheral venous catheters with nurses
What's possible for health research through social media? This blog reflects on our tweetchat about this and the #HARTSofthepossible project
Joining in the WeActiveChallenge is a great way for health professionals to get going on Twitter, as Sarah Chapman explains in this Evidently Cochrane blog
In this blog for our series Evidence for Everyday Allied Health, tweeting physiotherapists Naomi McVey and Helen Owen talk about how social media can help with CPD