Nurses, AHPs, Midwives - we need your help!
A call to help shape our blogs and other content for those working in Allied Health, Maternity Care and Nursing by responding to a short survey, plus other opportunities to help us shape how we share evidence with you.
Interventions for self-harm: the latest Cochrane evidence on what might help adults, children and young people
In this blog for people interested in the prevention of self-harm, including those who engage in self-harm themselves and those who support them, Dr Katrina Witt and Professor Keith Hawton look at the latest
Evidence for Maternity Care: new evidence and resources – Quarter 3 2021
The latest evidence and resources for midwives and clinical support staff.
Evidence for Allied Health: new evidence and resources – Quarter 3 2021
The latest evidence and resources for allied health professionals and clinical support staff.
Evidence for Nursing: new evidence and resources – Quarter 3 2021
The latest evidence and resources for nurses and clinical support staff.
Severe hearing loss in adults: finding out whether cochlear implants or hearing aids are better
In this blog for adults with hearing loss, Dr Adele Horobin, Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement Manager at the Nottingham Biomedical Research Centre discusses COACH, a new
Free webinars for medical, surgical and dental trainees based in the UK and Ireland
Cochrane UK is hosting two free half-day webinars on systematic reviews and meta-analysis for medical, surgical and dental trainees based in the UK and Ireland.We invite trainees to join us on Thursday, September 2nd to refresh your knowledge on the basics of systematic reviews, meta-analysis and interpretation of results.
The impact of language on people living with long-term conditions: having the rug pulled out from underneath you
In this blog for anyone affected by, or interested in, long-term conditions, Anne Cooper, a person with Type 1 Diabetes, Bob Swindell, a person with Type 2 Diabetes, and Cathy Lloyd, Professor of Health Studies at the Open University, explore the impact language can have on people who live with a long-term condition, including helpful tips for healthcare professionals for choosing helpful and appropriate language.
Recordings from Virtually Cochrane now available
In April 2021, Cochrane UK hosted 'Virtually Cochrane', an online event for all those involved with, or interested in, planning, doing, sharing and using health and healthcare evidence. Over three days, we hosted a variety of sessions on the theme of ‘navigating evidence and uncertainty’.