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  • Cochrane is pleased to announce that on June 8, Cochrane Kenya launched at the 11th KASH (Kenya Medical Research Institute Annual Scientific and Health) Conference. Cochrane Kenya is a geographical affiliate of the global Cochrane collaboration. It is also part of Cochrane Africa, a regional, independent Cochrane network of researchers,...
    8 juin 2021
  • White Cochrane logo on purple background, below which says #MyCochraneStory
    Cochrane's strength is in its collaborative, global community.  Our 100,000+ members and supporters from more than 130 countries work together to produce credible, accessible health information and help inform health decision making. Though we are spread out across the globe, our shared passion for health evidence unites us.  We want to come...
    8 juin 2021
  • Training healthcare providers to respond to intimate partner violence against women
    7 juin 2021
  • Podcast mic
    Latest episode of the Dementia Researcher podcast chats about the work of Cochrane, how we support evidence-informed decision making in healthcare, our work on undertaking systematic reviews, and how you could become involved. The Cochrane Dementia and Cognitive Improvement Group create reviews and methods guidance on all aspects of dementia,...
    7 juin 2021
  • Pressure ulcers, also known as pressure sores or bed sores, are wounds to the skin and underlying tissue caused by prolonged pressure or rubbing. People who have mobility problems or who lie in bed for long periods are at risk of developing pressure ulcers.

    Cochrane Wounds has recently published a suite of reviews on this topic, lead...
    4 juin 2021
  • Cochrane's statement emphasises the importance of clinical trial transparency within the context of global health crises, since it is not possible to make truly evidence-informed decisions without access to data from all clinical trials.
    Cochrane has submitted a statement to the 74th World Health Assembly, which is taking place virtually this week (24 May to 1 June). The World Health Assembly (WHA) is the decision-making body of the World Health Organization (WHO) and is attended by representatives of all Member States. Our statement emphasises the importance of clinical trial...
    1 juin 2021
  • Lifeology logo
    Lifeology’s tagline is ‘The place where science and art converge’. They offer a platform that brings together scientists, artists, and storytellers to help people better understand and engage with science and health information and research. One of the main ways they meet their objectives is through beautifully illustrated, science-backed, bite-...
    1 juin 2021
  • Readable,  clinically-focused, actionable answers to inform point-of-care decision-making for health professionals.
    Readable, clinically-focused, actionable answers to inform point-of-care decision-making for health professionals.  Cochrane Clinical Answers (CCAs) provide a readable, digestible, clinically-focused entry point to rigorous research from Cochrane Reviews. They are designed to be actionable and to inform point-of-care decision-making. Each CCA...
    1 juin 2021
  • Drawing of hands holding phones
    The World Health Organization defines an infodemic as “overabundance of information – some accurate and some not – that occurs during an epidemic. It can lead to confusion and ultimately mistrust in governments and public health response”. This has been a particular challenge during the COVID-19 pandemic. Cochrane US Senior Officer, Tiffany Duque...
    31 May 2021
  • Close-up image of a podcast microphone in a studio
    The Science Basement Podcast is a podcast hosted by young scientists and scientists-in-training who share who share their excitement about science and science communication. They have conversations with scientists and other guests with the aim of making complicated ideas understandable to non-scientists, while showing why science matters. They are...
    31 May 2021
  • An older man of color works on a laptop and writes in a notebook on a kitchen table
    Keen to get experience with systematic reviews, but not sure where to start? Or perhaps you’re already experienced, and want to help out? Can you help with translation work, or would you like to find collaborators for your evidence synthesis project? 
    TaskExchange is an online platform that connects people needing help with their systematic...
    28 May 2021
  • Cochrane in partnership: The World Health Organisation (WHO) Decade of Healthy Ageing
    In 2020, people aged 60 years or over outnumber children under 5 years, for the first time in history; and by 2050, it is estimated that there will be more than twice as many people over 60 as children under 5, and outnumber adolescents and young people aged 15–24 years. To mark this change in our global population the UN Decade of Healthy Ageing...
    28 May 2021
  • Young lady opening window for fresh air after quitting smoking
    31 May is World No Tobacco Day. It is organized by the World Health Organization to highlight the health and other risks associated with tobacco use, and advocate for effective policies to reduce tobacco consumption. In support of World No Tobacco Day, the Cochrane Library presents a Special Collection which highlights a selection of new or...
    27 May 2021
  • Judith Brodie
    Cochrane’s Governing Board is pleased to announce, with effect from 1 June 2021, the appointment of Judith Brodie as our new interim Chief Executive Officer. Judith will lead Cochrane as the organisation undergoes its search for a permanent CEO and ensure a smooth transition.

    Governing Board Co-Chairs, Tracey Howe and Catherine Marshall...
    26 May 2021
  • Two hosts of the podcast, side profiles
    'Let's talk e-cigarettes'' is a podcast talking about the latest research on e-cigarettes and how new research changes what we know about them. It's hosted by Cochrane Tobacco Addiction researchers Dr Jamie Hartmann-Boyce and Dr Nicola Lindson based at the University of Oxford, through funding from Cancer Research UK. You can listen to the podcast...
    26 May 2021
  • Featured review: Is vitamin D an effective and safe treatment for COVID‐19?
    25 May 2021
  • In this author interview we find out more about this recently published Network Meta-analysis, New generation antidepressants for depression in children and adolescents. Authors Dr. Sarah Hetrick and Nick Meader tell us about this work. What were you trying to find out with this Network Meta-Analysis? We were trying to find out how well newer...
    25 May 2021
  • Emory medical students visually explain Cochrane evidence
    When residency education was disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Emory University School of Medicine capitalized on student enthusiasm and availability to create COVID-19 education materials. Working closely with Cochrane, they are now summarizing top priority Cochrane Reviews in visual form. The project involves students being alerted when a...
    21 May 2021
  • Cartoon of people looking at test results.
    Cochrane Belgium, together with TranspariMED, Test Aankoop and Kom op tegen Kanker, recently released a report detailing the status of clinical trial transparency in Belgium.

    The report used data collected on the EU Trials Tracker, which monitors the status of clinical trials recorded in the EU Clinical Trials Register. According to EU...
    20 May 2021
  • Lead author Natalie Simon
    Updated review: Internet‐based cognitive and behavioural therapies for post‐traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in adults Why was this review important?

    Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is a common mental illness that can occur after a serious traumatic event. Symptoms include re-experiencing the trauma as nightmares, flashbacks,...
    20 May 2021


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