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  • For World No Tobacco Day 2016, we have produced this special collection of Cochrane evidence in blog and blogshot form.
    Please share on social medai using #WorldNoTobaccoDay and tag us as @ukcochranecentr 
    BlogsTexting 2 Quit – Using mobile phones to support people quit smoking
    National smoking … Read more
  • Anna Sutherland, Palliative medicine doctor, and mother of twins, looks at Cochrane evidence on whether co-bedding for stable premature twins has any effect on their development and wellbeing
    When our identical twin girls were born at 32 weeks one of the things that bothered me the most was that … Read more
  • The NIHR has announced the following funding opportunities:
    Efficacy and Mechanism Evaluation Programme
    An NIHR and Medical Research Council partnership
    16/61 - Evaluation of new surgical procedures through the use of novel study designsHealth Technology Assessment Programme
    16/18 - Topiramate for … Read more
  • Dangerous, debilitating, and chronic infections add to the burden of people disadvantaged by poverty in tropical regions of the world. While malaria, HIV/AIDS, and tuberculosis are well known, with substantive efforts to prevent and control these infections in communities, there are many lesser … Read more
  • This blog has been republished with permission from Evidently Cochrane
    As UK legislation comes into force today, requiring tobacco products to be sold in plain, standardized packaging, public health doctor David Roberts looks at Cochrane evidence on mobile phone-based interventions to … Read more
  • Sign up for the Thunderclap here!Following our successful ‘Evidence for Everyday’ series for nurses and midwives, Cochrane UK are pleased to be launching ‘Evidence for Everyday Allied Health’ (#EEAHP). This ongoing series aims to give Allied Health Professionals relevant evidence and … Read more
  • This blog was originally published on Evidently Cochrane and has been republished with permission.
    Hyperemesis gravidarum (HG) is a severe form of nausea and vomiting in pregnancy. It affects around 1% of pregnancies and is the most common reason for a woman to be hospitalized during pregnancy. … Read more
  • This blog is republished with permision from Evidently Cochrane.
    It’s Dying Matters Awareness Week, an opportunity to place the importance of talking about dying, death and bereavement on the national agenda and to share Cochrane evidence that may help inform choices for those at … Read more
  • The NIHR have a range of career development opportunities. 
    HEE/NIHR Integrated Clinical Academic Programme - Round 2 launchClosing date: 19 May 2016 Publish date: 03 March 2016
    The Integrated Clinical Academic (ICA) programme for non-medical healthcare professionals has … Read more
  • A blog, originally published on Evidently Cochrane, for non-medical readers by Lynda Ware, Senior Fellow in General Practice with Cochrane UK.
    “Just put some cream on it….”
    According to my three daughters, this was my stock response to any request they made for motherly intervention when pain … Read more
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