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posted on: 10 Nov 2015 - 20:38
Cochrane is blogging in German! Lessons from a multi-Cochrane Centre partnership
Cochrane Austria, Cochrane Germany, and Cochrane Switzerland started a joint blog in German language in June 2015. Why in German? Why a blog? Why in partnership? They answer these questions below and hope it will inspire others to join forces in making Cochrane evidence more widely and easily accessible outside the English-speaking world.Why in German? read more
posted on: 5 Nov 2015 - 20:40
Fixing mistakes and replacing outdated content on Wikipedia
Sydney Poore has a nursing background and is the Wikipedian in Residence at Cochrane. Her role is to work with medical content experts to improve the evidence found on the Wikipedia medical pages. She can be found on Wikipedia under the user name FloNight. read more
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posted on: 2 Nov 2015 - 17:45
Cochrane Methods Innovation Fund winners assess confidence in evidence from qualitative research
Claire Glenton is Director of Cochrane Norway and an editor for the Cochrane Effective Practice and Organisation of Care Group and for the Cochrane Consumers and Communication Group. She coordinates the GRADE-CERQual project group, together with Simon Lewin and Heather Menzies Munthe-Kaas. read more
posted on: 2 Nov 2015 - 17:22
Exploring Cochrane infographics
Holly Millward and Jo Anthony from Cochrane’s Communications and External Affairs Department discuss infographics to communicate Cochrane evidence. This article will also be crossed-posted on Visually Cochrane, a blog dedicated to the development of Cochrane infographics.   read more
posted on: 26 Oct 2015 - 19:00
Disseminating your Cochrane Review: working with CEAD
Actively working to disseminate your Cochrane Review or dealing with the media when you have a controversial Review is new territory for many. Emma Welsh, Managing Editor of Cochrane Airways, shares her dissemination tips. read more

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