Recently, Cochrane UK undertook some qualitative work to explore what the comments posted on Evidently Cochrane blogs might tell us about what readers get from our blogs. In this blog, the Editors of Evidently Cochrane, Sarah Chapman and Selena Ryan-Vig, and qualitative researcher Fran Toye, talk about the methods they used, the insights they gained, and the subsequent changes made to the blogs to make them more useful to readers.
Sarah Chapman looks at some highlights on Evidently Cochrane in 2019 and some changes.
Transcript of a podcast interview conducted by André Tomlin with Therese Kristine Dalsbø and Marita Sporstol Fønhus, two Norwegian Cochrane review authors, who talk about their recent systematic review, “Patient-mediated interventions to improve professional practice”. Recorded at the Cochrane Colloquium, 2018
On World Asthma Day, Emma Dennett from Cochrane Airways blogs about a workshop held to explore what matters to people with asthma and so identify topics for Cochrane Reviews.
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.
Announcing our plans to make the Cochrane Colloquium, our global conference, to be held in Edinburgh in 2018, a Patients Included event.
Sex and chronic pelvic pain was one of the things people talked about, at a workshop to discuss which treatment outcomes mattered to them. Sally Crowe tells the story.
In the fifth blog of our new series, Understanding Evidence, Lynda Ware gives us a flavour of how she's taking Cochrane to Community Halls
Some reflections on WeGetTogether #WGT16, where we discussed the present and future of social media in healthcare
Our new slide-cast on what is evidence-based medicine and how can it help you make informed choices about your health
Introducing our new series Evidence for Everyday Health Choices