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  • Cochrane has expanded its response to COVID-19 by publishing two rapid scoping reviews about care bundles in the intensive care unit (ICU) and measures implemented in schools to contain the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Both reviews were commissioned by the World Health Organisation to inform their guidance. The reviews serve as exemplars for how similar...
    22 12月 2020
  • Cochrane Mexico
    The first COVID-19 case in Mexico was announced on 28 February 2020, with an anticipation that the number of cases would rapidly increase, some cases even occurring in children. To address this need, Cochrane Mexico worked with paediatric infectious disease specialists to create a Guide for COVID-19 diagnosis and treatment in paediatric patients....
    21 12月 2020
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    During the COVID-19 pandemic, Cochrane Germany wanted to build partnerships to share the best available evidence with as many people as possible, and make the findings from Cochrane systematic reviews accessible to German-speaking audiences. Cochrane achieved their goals in several ways.  They highlighted evidence and resources on their website...
    18 12月 2020
  • 2021-2030 was recently formally declared as the UN Decade of Healthy Ageing at the UN General Assembly. The Decade of Healthy Ageing aims to bring together governments, civil society, international agencies, professionals, academia, the media, and the private sector to jointly take action in order to improve the lives of older people, their...
    17 12月 2020
  • Read this recently published Cochrane review about CFTR correctors, a therapy for cystic fibrosis targeted at specific variants (most commonly F508del) In this review, the authors looked at drugs (or drug combinations) for correcting the basic defect in the most common cystic fibrosis (CF)-causing gene variant (F508del) and assessed their impact...
    17 12月 2020
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    Behind The Numbers is a podcast aimed at disseminating research, news, & educational resources pertaining to Epidemiology and Biostatistics. Led by Gabriele Zitikyte, MSc Epidemiology student and executive member of the Canadian Society of Epidemiology and Biostatistics (CSEB)-uOttawa chapter, the podcasts  feature interviews and discussions...
    14 12月 2020
  • silver, purple, and gold badges that say Cochrane Supporter, Cochrane Member, and Cochrane Member, respectively
    The Membership team in Cochrane's People Services Department are delighted to announce a new version of our Join Cochrane pages that lay out all the varied ways people can get involved with Cochrane’s work. At the heart of the new content are: Clear benefits of Cochrane Membership New involvement pathways for patients and carers and for students...
    14 12月 2020
  • Image of a computer screen with the COVID Recommendations Map on it
    Today, the COVID-19 Recommendations Map launches, offering policymakers, healthcare practitioners, researchers and the general public - anywhere in the world - a comprehensive catalogue of critically appraised evidence. This global collaborative effort from Cochrane Canada, McMaster University’s WHO Collaborating Centre for Infectious Diseases and...
    14 12月 2020
  • Hand together in collaboration
    Members of the public, health professionals and researchers know that there is ‘information overload’ about the COVID-19 pandemic, with lots of mistrust and misinformation. Cochrane US wanted to help people find trustworthy evidence about COVID-19 in the US by leveraging the strengths of the members of the new US Network.

    Cochrane US...
    11 12月 2020
  • Newsletters
    Research about COVID-19 is growing fast during the pandemic. Healthcare professionals, journalists, policy-makers and people with an interest wanted simple summaries of the latest evidence in Portuguese to help inform their decisions. To meet this need, Cochrane Portugal produced regular newsletters in the Portuguese language. They included short...
    10 12月 2020
  • Connected dots
    Published on the Cochrane Library is a new editorial, 'COVID‐19: working together and making a difference for decision‐makers'. The editorial outlines Cochrane's agile response to the situation and the many lessons learned. It also introduces the special supplement to the 'Collaborating in response to COVID‐19: editorial and methods initiatives...
    10 12月 2020
  • Interventions to reduce tobacco use in people experiencing homelessness Background
    People experiencing homelessness are more likely to use tobacco, and face many problems that make it difficult for them to quit. Health problems caused by using tobacco are among the leading causes of death among this group of people, so there is a need to find...
    10 12月 2020
  • a physician in a white coat points to the replacement joint in a model knee
    New Cochrane Systematic Review shows that knee replacement surgery using a tourniquet increases the risk of serious complications, and causes additional pain after surgery What are the benefits and risks of using a tourniquet in knee replacement surgery?
    Senior author Mr Peter Wall, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon from Warwick Clinical Trials...
    9 12月 2020
  • ER sign
    Interventions to increase patient and family involvement in escalation of care for acute life‐threatening illness in community health and hospital settings Medical emergencies
    A life‐threatening condition is a medical emergency. The faster a person secures the right medical care, the better their chances of surviving. When patients and their...
    9 12月 2020
  • Carrying a Cochrane Tote Bag
    The Cochrane community is embracing their geek chic and love for evidence-based healthcare with Cochrane merch! For our initial designs,  we worked with Dr. Lauren Callender from Science Scribbles. We talked to Lauren about her background, the growing 'geek chic' trend, and what it was like working on these new designs for the Cochrane Community...
    9 12月 2020
  • Person wearing a mask
    Early in the COVID-19 pandemic, primary care doctors (general practitioners) and nurses had many questions. Cochrane Belgium wanted to create clear answers to primary care clinicians’ most frequent questions about COVID-19, based on scientific evidence, making the answers relevant to Belgium.   A university collected questions that were relevant...
    4 12月 2020
  • Interlocking talking bubbles with colored puzzle pieces in them
    In this short interview, Postdoctoral Researcher and lead author Tessa Reardon tells us about this recently published review.  What does this Cochrane review tell us about the role of cognitive behavioural therapy for anxiety disorders in children and adolescents? Our review shows the key role cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) plays in the...
    3 12月 2020
  • Global Evidence Summit (GES 2) – Postponed until 2 – 6 October 2023
    Dear Friends and Colleagues,

    It is with the deepest disappointment that we must confirm that as a result of the continued global spread and impact of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we have taken the decision to cancel the Global Evidence Summit (GES 2), due to be hosted in Prague between 5-8 October 2021.

    The Global Organizing...
    26 November 2020
  • 4 older people, two women and two men, are walking on a trail in the forest
    Special Collection: Physical activity for healthy ageing On 26th November 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) launched their guidelines on physical activity and sedentary behaviour. This Special Collection curated by the Cochrane Campbell Global Ageing Partnership includes associated relevant topics addressing healthy ageing, aligning with...
    26 November 2020
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    Stroke is a leading cause of death and disability worldwide. The chances of having a stroke increase with age and older people also appear to suffer greater consequences from COVID-19. There may be a link between COVID-19 and new strokes, so healthcare professionals may be caring for people who have both COVID-19 and stroke. Cochrane Stroke heard...
    25 November 2020

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