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  • Don't miss your chance to vote for important questions for research in Early Osteoarthritis of Hips and Knees! Go to: surveymonkey.com/r/8KDKF58
    December 1 2015
  • We’re always looking to share evidence in ways that are quick and accessible, shareable and sometimes fun! Christmas is the season to be jolly and we take that to mean we can do something a bit daft, with the very serious aim of getting our evidence to lots of people, including some who have never heard of Cochrane or perhaps just haven’t engaged...
    December 1 2015
  • It is with immense sadness to say that our friend, mentor and colleague Aubrey Sheiham died on Tuesday 24th November.In July he was diagnosed with mesothelioma. His condition deteriorated very quickly in the last few days. This is an enormous shock for us all. Aubrey transformed and changed all our lives through his immense kindness and...
    November 27 2015
  • This blog was originally published on our blog site, Evidently Cochrane. If you would like to read more of our blogs, click here: evidentlycochrane.netAfter the fascinating discussion we had, over 60 of us in a #WeNurses tweetchat, about the latest evidence on when to re-site peripheral venous catheters and whether it is reflected in current...
    November 27 2015
  • Throughout the world, orthodontic treatment is used to correct the position of teeth in adolescents and adults when they experience problems. Braces are orthodontic appliances made up of brackets glued to the teeth and then connected by wires in order to exert pressure on the teeth to move them and improve their positioning. Depending on the...
    November 27 2015
  • We have launched a new app! The app is free to download and is accessible as a website as well. All symposium details are listed on the app from competitions, the Gala Dinner and speakers and much more.If you are on your computer, go to: crowd.cc/cochranebhamIf you are on your smartphone or tablet, download the...
    November 26 2015
  • Last week, I wrote a blog summarising reliable Cochrane evidence which supports replacing peripheral venous catheters (PVCs) only when clinically indicated. A previous version of the review informed The UK’s epic3 National Evidence Based Guidelines(2014) which recommend that short peripheral catheters should be...
    November 23 2015
  • Help share WHO resources:World Health Organization - World Antibiotics Awareness Week event siteInfographicsVideosHelp share Cochrane resources:Evidently Cochrane guest blog by Richard Lehman: 'Sharing decisions about antibiotics'Cochrane Review: Coxeter P, Del Mar CB, McGregor L, Beller EM, Hoffmann TC. Interventions to facilitate shared...
    November 19 2015
  • In this guest blog for Evidently Cochrane, midwifery lecturer Mercedes Perez Botella considers the latest Cochrane evidence on how to push in second stage, which comes from seven randomised controlled trials with 815 women, both with and without epidurals. She also reflects on aspects of this part of the birth experience that aren’t...
    November 13 2015
  • Join Evidence-Based Mental Health to discuss 'Ketamine in bipolar disorder' on Friday 20th November 2015 at 3pm GMT. There will be a panel of speakers live on Google Hangout discussing the topic and viewers can tweet the event and send in questions using #EBMHchat.Speakers:Dan Iosifescu (New York, USA)Rupert McShane (Oxford, UK)...
    November 13 2015

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