Help prepare a Cochrane Review
If you have an idea for a new systematic review of an intervention or diagnostic test, you should contact the relevant Cochrane Review Group to register your proposed topic. There are 53 Cochrane Review Groups, each taking editorial responsibility for a particular area of health care. Being part of a Cochrane Review Group provides the support, resources, and training to tackle a systematic review, and an international audience when your work is published in the Cochrane Library.
Help translate Cochrane evidence
Translating Cochrane content into other languages is a priority for us. We are always pleased to hear from translators interested in joining our local teams of volunteers who work to make Cochrane Reviews available in their language. For more information about becoming a volunteer translator, please read our Translations Frequently Asked Questions.
Become a Cochrane citizen scientist and help screen health records with Cochrane Crowd
Cochrane's citizen science platform, Cochrane Crowd, provides an opportunity for new and potential contributors to get involved with Cochrane work by screening records for potential inclusion in Cochrane's trials register, CENTRAL. No prior experience is necessary and novice screeners are welcome. For more information on the project and how to sign up, please go here.