‘An introduction to evidence-based health care’: free webinar for pupils interested in studying healthcare-related subjects at university
Cochrane UK and Cochrane Ireland are hosting a free 90-minute webinar for secondary school pupils aged 16-18 years interested in studying healthcare-related subjects at university.
Guidance for Colloquium abstract submissions
Cochrane London 2023: Forward together for trusted evidence 4-6 September 2023 Central London, UK
Problem gambling: what can help?
In a blog for people who think they may have a problem controlling their gambling, or who are concerned about someone who does, GP Robert Walton looks at recent Cochrane evidence on what might help.
Evidently Cochrane 2022: a look back at a year of blogs
In the final Evidently Cochrane blog of the year, Sarah Chapman from Cochrane UK takes a look back at some highlights and changes from 2022.
Are cholesterol-lowering statins as good as we think?
In a blog for people taking statins, or considering taking them, Dr Paula Byrne, Researcher at Evidence Synthesis Ireland, shares what she and her team found when they looked at the evidence on statins and the risk of bad outcomes like stroke and heart attack.
Are COVID-19 vaccines effective and safe? New Cochrane evidence
In this blog, Sarah Chapman from Cochrane UK looks at the new evidence from Cochrane on COVID-19 vaccines.
Gum health in people with diabetes: impact on blood sugar levels
In a blog for people with diabetes, dentists and researchers Josh Twigg and Ambrina Qureshi explain the link between gum health and blood sugar levels and what the latest evidence shows about the impact of treating gum disease (periodontitis) on blood sugar levels.