There are numerous ways for trainees (and others) to get involved in the work of Cochrane:
Write or comment on an Evidently Cochrane blog
Evidently Cochrane is Cochrane UK's blog. It aims to make Cochrane evidence really accessible, and to encourage discussion about it, through blogs which usually feature new or updated Cochrane Reviews on a health topic. You can register your interest to blog here.
Task Exchange connects people working in health evidence with people who have the time and skills to help. Choose from a range of tasks - from translation to data extraction - that match your expertise and availability.
Anyone can take part in Cochrane Crowd; a collaborative volunteer effort to help categorise and summarise healthcare evidence.
Classmate is an innovative tool for teachers of evidence-based medicine. It enables trainers, teachers and others to use the Cochrane Crowd tasks for their students.
Tweetchats and Trainee Journal Club
Cochrane Library Journal Club
In addition to the Trainees Journal Club, there is a separate Journal Club, run by the Cochrane Library and aimed at trainees, researchers and practitioners. Each Journal Club focuses on a recently published Cochrane Review and comes with a Clinical Case to help you place the review in the context of a specific scenario and discussion questions to help you think about the review methods and findings in more detail. Find out more and subscribe here.
Write a Cochrane Review
Three Cochrane Trainees reflect on their experiences of writing a Cochrane Review here.
Information on training opportunities for Cochrane Review Authors can be found here.
Get in touch
The Cochrane Trainees would love to hear from you. If you have any questions, would like to get involved, or have any feedback, please get in touch by emailing email@example.com or by completing this form.