In this blog for people interested in the prevention of self-harm, Dr Katrina Witt and Professor Keith Hawton look at the latest Cochrane evidence on effective interventions for the prevention of self-harm and also consider where to from here.
In this blog for people with depression and their mental health practitioners, Emily Sanger, a Junior Doctor in York, looks at the latest Cochrane evidence from two reviews on Behavioural Activation Therapy and explores how well it works for depression in adults, with and without long-term physical conditions.
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.
A blog about what domestic abuse is, sources of help for women experiencing it, and evidence from Cochrane Reviews.
A blog about Cochrane evidence on treating anxiety and depression in children with long-term physical conditions.
Karen Morley reflects on her experiences as an informal carer and on Cochrane evidence for ways of supporting carers
Jonathan Livingstone-Banks from the Cochrane Tobacco Addiction Group looks at some of the latest evidence on more affordable ways to help people quit smoking.
In this blog for trainee doctors, paediatrician and Cochrane Fellow Rufaro Ndokera looks at the Cochrane evidence on recurrent abdominal pain in children
Does student life inevitably mean drinking large amounts of alcohol and what evidence is there on what works to tackle student drinking?
Qualitative researcher Lisa Hinton talks about her research on experiences of infertility and collecting women’s and men’s stories for the www.healthtalk.org website.
Cochrane researchers Jolijn Verkuijlen and Jack Wilkinson explain what their new review can tell us about psychological therapies for subfertile couples
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