Translated Cochrane evidence

Bringing you Cochrane health evidence in 15 different languages

 Bringing you Cochrane evidence in 15 different languages
 
Many people do not have access to high quality health information, because it is not or scarcely available in a language that they understand. We are translating Cochrane evidence to make it accessible to non-English speakers, and to reduce the linguistic barrier to global evidence-informed health decisions. More than 28,000 translations of Cochrane Review plain language summaries/abstracts have been published as of June 2019.
Translation activities are led by local Cochrane groups and their translator communities, the majority of which are volunteer based. Due to the length of Cochrane Reviews, our teams focus on the abstract and/or the Plain Language Summary.
 
Find Cochrane evidence in different languages: Cochrane evidence is currently translated into 15 languages: Croatian, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Tamil, Thai, and Traditional Chinese. Most languages have their own version of cochrane.org; you can view translations by clicking on the languages that appear across the top of each page.

Cochrane Podcasts in different languages: Cochrane podcasts offer a short summary of a recent Cochrane review and have been recorded in
38 languages.

Most translated Reviews: The links below will take you to the English language version of our most translated Reviews. Languages these Reviews have been translated into are listed across the top of the page. To read the Review in another language, simply click on the language and it will take you to the translation.

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Monday, July 15, 2019
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