Living with a long-term condition: five perspectives – part 1
In the first part of a two-part blog for our special series on living with long-term conditions, Brian Devlin, Ceri Dare, Genna White and Olivia Fulton, the four Cochrane UK
Balancing diabetes and pregnancy: the keys are shared decision-making and technology
In this blog for people with diabetes who are contemplating pregnancy and the healthcare professionals involved in their care, Emma Doble, who lives with Type 1 Diabetes and gave birth for the first time in 2020, reflects on her pregnancy journey. She highlights the importance of technology and shared decision-making, and calls for better postnatal care for women with diabetes. Featured image: Power of Inclusion by Shanali Perera*
Contemplating pregnancy with long-term health conditions
In this blog, written for women, health professionals, policy makers and commissioners, Rachel Plachcinski and Ngawai Moss discuss the lack of evidence for planning pregnancy and maternity care for women with two or more long-term health conditions.
Stopping antidepressants: what is the best way to stop?
In this blog for patients and doctors, Dr Mark Horowitz, training psychiatrist and Clinical Research Fellow at University College London, looks at the latest
Living with long-term conditions: a Cochrane UK special series
Throughout June, we are shining a spotlight on living with long-term conditions #LivingwithLTCs, sharing blogs that include relevant evidence and personal reflections.
Quitting smoking: which types of behavioural support work best to help people stop?
In this blog for health practitioners and people wanting to quit smoking, Cochrane authors Annika Theodoulou and Dr Jamie Hartmann Boyce look at the latest
Pessaries for pelvic organ prolapse – looking at the Cochrane evidence
In this blog for both women with prolapse and healthcare professionals, Myra Robson, a pelvic health physiotherapist, looks at the latest
Can walking help lower your blood pressure? The latest Cochrane evidence
In this blog for people with normal or high blood pressure (hypertension), Dr Rebecca Gould, Cochrane UK Fellow and Sport and Exercise Medicine Registrar, looks at the latest
What do readers get from Evidently Cochrane blogs and how could they be made more useful?
Evidently Cochrane is Cochrane UK’s blog site, which aims to make Cochrane evidence really accessible, and to encourage discussion about it, through blogs which usually feature new or updated Cochrane Reviews on health topics.