Evidence for Allied Health: new evidence and resources – Quarter 1 2021
The latest evidence and resources for allied health professionals and clinical support staff. You can either scroll through this page or click on any of the links below to jump to the relevant section.
Evidence for Maternity Care: new evidence and resources – Quarter 1 2021
The latest evidence and resources for midwives and clinical support staff. You can either scroll through this page or click on any of the links below to jump to the relevant section.
Reducing saturated fat intake: is it worth the effort?
Robert Walton, a Cochrane UK Senior Fellow in General Practice, blogs about the evidence on reducing saturated fat in our diets to help prevent cardiovascular disease.
Exercise for intermittent claudication: does the type of exercise make a difference?
In this blog for people with intermittent claudication, Dr Rebecca Gould, Sport and Exercise Medicine Registrar and Cochrane UK Fellow, looks at the latest Cochrane evidence on exercise for intermittent claudication and explores if the type of exercise undertaken makes a difference.
Evidently Cochrane: Reflections on a different year, and looking ahead
In the final Evidently Cochrane blog of the year, Sarah Chapman and Selena Ryan-Vig, Cochrane UK’s Knowledge Brokers, take a look back at some highlights on the blog in 2020.
Publication bias: a problem that leaves us without the full picture on the benefits and harms of treatments
In the final blog of our special series on Evidently Cochrane: “Oh, really?” 12 things to help you question health advice, Selena Ryan-Vig, one of Cochrane UK’s Knowledge Brokers, discusses the issue of ‘publication bias’ and why it is so problematic for people making dec
Choosing images for sharing evidence: a guide
Recently, Cochrane launched ‘Choosing images for sharing evidence: a guide’.
Activities for people with dementia: what can evidence and experience teach us?
In this blog for those caring for people with dementia, Sarah Chapman looks at evidence on personally tailored activities for people with dementia and shares insights from her own experience and those of others.
NIHR Complex Reviews Unit to provide support for Cochrane COVID-19 work
The NIHR Complex Reviews Unit (CRSU) has offered to provide advice and analytical support for COVID-19 related evidence synthesis, in whatever way Cochrane authors consider appropriate, including support for Rapid Reviews and Living Systematic Reviews.Expertise within the CRSU include: