Listen to the Rachel Kuo, one of the Cochrane Trainees, in conversation with various influential figures within evidence-based practice.
We call him tortoise because he taught us - reflections on a workshop for trainees held at the Cochrane UK & Ireland Symposium 2017, by Rufaro Ndokera
Writing a Cochrane Review - the trainee experience by Rufaro Ndokera, Eoin O'Sullivan and David Roberts
Talking with patients about sex. Asking, Listening, Learning by Rufaro Ndokera, Chris McAloon, Eoin O’Sullivan, Rachel Kuo, Chris Jones and Natalie Blencowe
Why should I care about antibiotic resistance? by James Chan, Rachel Kuo, Eoin O’Sullivan, Rufaro Ndokera, Neha Pathak and Bosun Hong
Recurrent abdominal pain in children: evidence and uncertainty by Rufaro Ndokera
Ventilated, oxygenated and oh so comfy: positioning preterm babies by Rufaro Ndokera
Videolaryngoscopy: watch this space by Rufaro Ndokera
Hospital at Home Increases the Chances of Dying at Home by Anna Sutherland (also published in The BMJ Opinion).
There were twins in a bed and Cochrane said no difference by Anna Sutherland
Frequently Asked Questions for Palliative Medicine Specialty Trainees by Anna Sutherland and Katrien Naessens.
Cochrane systematic review highlights the importance of lactulose in the management of hepatic encephalopathy by Anna Sutherland, Faeqa Hami and James Maggs
A pinch of evidence on how to cut salt intake by David Roberts
Texting 2 quit – using mobile phones to help people quit smoking by David Roberts
Trust me, I’m a patient! Managing anticoagulation therapy by David Roberts
The trainees run a journal club every 2-3 months, picking studies that have impacted headline news. Click here to find out more.
The Cochrane Trainees also hold ocassional tweetchats (conversations on Twitter).
Read through the first #CochraneTrainees tweetchat, in conversation with Iain Chalmers, one of Cochrane's founders.
The Cochrane Trainees conducted a survey to learn more about how trainees engage with the evidence-base. The results will be published here soon.