A blog on the latest Cochrane evidence on the benefits and risks of a surgical treatment for traumatic brain injury.
Tag Archives: shared decision-making
In this question & answer session, Lynda Ware a former GP and Senior Fellow in General Practice at Cochrane UK, talks about Cochrane, Evidence-Based Medicine and speaking with your healthcare provider about treatment decisions.
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
Richard Lehman, Professor of the Shared Understanding of Medicine at the University of Birmingham, reflects on the latest Cochrane evidence on shared decision making
Karen Morley blogs about her experience of seeking help for her Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and how finding and using Cochrane evidence was a turning point.
Sarah Chapman and Kit Byatt reflect on their discussion about helping an elderly relative decide whether a test and a treatment offered were in her best interests.
In this blog for our #LifeAfterStroke series, Scott Murray and Marilyn Kendall talk about evidence from in-depth interviews, which could guide provision of person-centred care after major stroke and support people in living and dying well.
Cochrane UK's Director, Martin Burton, introduces our new series Understanding Evidence, which kicks off today with a week of blogs.
‘Superbugs’ have hit the headlines again. As the 193 countries of the United Nations pass round the pen and...
In this guest blog, Ear, Nose and Throat doctor and researcher Carl Philpott explains the latest evidence on treatments for chronic sinusitis.
Professor Martin Burton looks at the latest evidence that might help parents and their doctors to decide whether antibiotics are worth trying for children with 'glue ear'
Lynda Ware summarizes Cochrane evidence on surgical approaches for vaginal prolapse and Simon Jackson, Consultant Gynaecologist at Oxford's John Radcliffe Hospital, reflects on why this review is timely.