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  • This is an excerpt of a blog published on Evidently Cochrane.In a blog for our special series The Problem With Sex, trainee paediatrician and Cochrane Fellow, Rufaro Ndokera (@NdokeraR), asked five trainee doctors to share their experiences of talking with patients about sex. Problems with sex are not a common theme of office water...
    March 31 2017
  • This is an excerpt of a blog originally published on Evidently Cochrane.Asking people with lived experience to participate in research is essential if research is to be relevant and useful. @sally_crowe describes what happened at a workshop to discuss which treatment outcomes matter most to people living with chronic pelvic pain....
    March 30 2017
  • This is an excerpt of a blog published on Evidently Cochrane.In this blog for respiratory healthcare professionals, Asthma UK’s in-house GP Dr Andy Whittamore explores how encouraging patients to talk about their love lives could result in better asthma self-care and flags the need for more ‘people-shaped’ research.We know that 5.4 million people...
    March 28 2017
  • This is an excerpt of a blog published on Evidently Cochrane.In this blog, Bridget Candy & Louise Jones, authors of a Cochrane review on sexual problems in women after cancer treatment,  discuss why this matters, what might help, and what we need to know about treatments.In a relationship?  Not interested at the...
    March 27 2017
  • This is an excerpt of a blog published on Evidently Cochrane.Introducing Cochrane UK’s special blog series #theproblemwithsex, which aims to lift the lid on sex and chronic health conditions, on the lack of good evidence for treatments, challenges around talking about sex, and on what can be done to change things for the better...
    March 24 2017
  • This is an excerpt of a blog published on Students 4 Best EvidenceI’m Georgia, an early career medical researcher from Brisbane, Australia. I spent 4 weeks at Cochrane UK to learn more about evidence-based healthcare and systematic reviews. I was fortunate enough to make this visit after receiving the 2016 Women of the Future Award – Judges...
    March 20 2017
  • How are research funders working to minimize waste in research?Following the publication of The Lancet’s 2014 series on ‘Research: increasing value, reducing waste’, a team of researchers undertook a project evaluating processes that research funders use to provide transparency and reduce waste in making funding decisions. They have presented...
    March 20 2017
  • In order to make sure that every event we put on is success, we need your important feedback! Each year we use your feedback to improve your experience of the symposium.Please complete this short survey - it will take less than 5 minutes - to let us know your thoughts about this year's symposium.Find the survey here
    March 15 2017
  • Our Knowledge Broker, Sarah Chapman, has had the first article of a partnership between Cochrane UK and British Journal of Community Nursing published today.The article is titled - Preventing and treating pressure ulcers: evidence reviewRead the article with free access hereRead about our Evidence for Everyday Nursing Series here
    March 10 2017
  • Five good reasons to get involved with Cochrane Crowd, even if you’re already a health evidence aficionado - and how to help spread the wordYou’ve probably heard of Cochrane Crowd, because we’ve certainly announced our presence! But in case you haven’t, we’re Cochrane’s new citizen science platform. Our global community of volunteers helps...
    March 10 2017

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