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  • The annual 'Best of the Cochrane Library' Special Collection showcases Cochrane content published in various formats. What were the most accessed Cochrane Reviews of 2019? The most accessed Cochrane posts? 
    March 10 2020
  • In a blog for anyone interested in dementia diagnosis or the process of conducting a Cochrane diagnostic test accuracy review, Dr Lucy Beishon from University of Leicester discusses her recently published Cochrane Review and her experiences of working with the Cochrane Dementia and Cognitive Improvement Group.
    March 10 2020
  • In this blog for people with long-term physical conditions, their families and clinicians, Hiran Thabrew, child psychiatrist and paediatrician at Starship Children’s Hospital, New Zealand discusses two Cochrane Reviews he recently authored about treating anxiety and depression in children with long-term physical conditions.
    February 26 2020
  • In a blog for anyone interested in how mental health topics are visually represented, Sarah Chapman from Cochrane UK reflects on a tweetchat which invited people to share their views.Pictures are powerful. Art stirs us. Images can repel or attract, make us feel “this is for me, this IS me”, or quite the opposite. At Cochrane UK, we are continuing...
    February 24 2020
  • In this blog for researchers, Dr Katrina Witt, who works in a new cross-cutting role for Cochrane Common Mental Disorders as a joint Senior Editor for both the Suicide and Self-Harm Satellite and Children & Young People’s Satellite of CCMD highlights the need to have a ‘youth lens’ in this field, with input from Professor Ann John and...
    February 24 2020
  • The joint Cochrane Ireland and Cochrane UK Symposium 2020 was due to take place in Dublin on Tuesday 21st and Wednesday 22nd April 2020. Unfortunately the event was cancelled, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.The symposium is an annual event for all our networks, including UK- & Ireland-based Cochrane Contributors, researchers, health...
    February 24 2020
  • In this blog for people interested in communicating research findings Jess Hendon, Managing Editor of Cochrane Common Mental Disorders and Selena Ryan-Vig, Communications and Engagement Officer at Cochrane UK, discuss whether we are missing an obvious opportunity to reach a youth audience through YouTube. This blog is one of a series on Evidently...
    February 19 2020
  • In this blog for mental health researchers and those interested in evidence synthesis, Sarah Hetrick and Vartika Sharma, researchers at the Cochrane Common Mental Disorders – Children and Young People Satellite (hosted by the Department of Psychological Medicine, University of Auckland, New Zealand) look at the benefits and practicalities of...
    February 14 2020
  • Jess Hendon, Managing Editor Cochrane Common Mental Disorders reflects on the responsibility and challenges faced when using images to communicate mental health research findings, with practical insight from two graphic designers the Group have worked with Laura Evans, Creative Director, Nifty Fox Creative and freelance art director, graphic...
    February 7 2020
  • Join @Cochrane_CCMD and @CochraneUK  for a tweetchat on illustrating mental health topics, on Wednesday 12th February 2020 at 20.00 GMT (15.00 EST). Here’s what we’ll be discussing.On Friday 7th February, in a blog for our special series #YoungMindsMatter, Jess Hendon, Managing Editor of Cochrane Common Mental...
    February 4 2020

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