Information for journalists & bloggers
The Cochrane Collaboration is an international not-for-profit organisation providing up-to-date information about the effects of health care. [Learn more] Systematic reviews are our main product. They are published electronically in successive issues of The Cochrane Library. [Learn more]
Find background material about Cochrane, watch an introductory video, download leaflets and the logo and view our chronology. View our publication schedules, calendar of events, glossary of Cochrane and research terms and find out how to cite Cochrane evidence.
To talk to someone about The Cochrane Collaboration and its work, please contact your nearest Cochrane Centre. To arrange an interview with a review author or to receive news alerts, please contact Jennifer Beal at Wiley, Tel.: +44 (0)1243 770633, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
A news alert and press releases are produced by our publisher Wiley for each issue of The Cochrane Library to highlight to journalists some of the key healthcare conclusions and their implications for practice. Download Wiley's The Cochrane Library Media User Guide [PDF].
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Useful resources & links
Informed Health Online offers a collection of articles for journalists about medical journalism.
(the) health informaticist, a blog about knowledge translation, Web 2.0 and evidence-based medicine.
TrustTheEvidence.net, a blog providing up-to-date information on medical evidence and impact on practice.
Journalist Tool Kit produced by the Foundation for Informed Medical Decision Making.
Cochrane Reviews are also publicised by The Health Behavior News Service (HBNS), part of the Center for Advancing Health based in Washington, USA. HBNS disseminates news stories centered on the latest findings from systematic reviews and studies in peer-reviewed journals.
For more interesting links, browse out Webliography of EbHC resources.