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posted on: 3 Dec 2015 - 20:38
Evidências em Saúde: A YouTube channel for communicating evidence
Daniela Junqueira has been an author of Cochrane Vascular since 2008, is a co-convenor of the Adverse Effects Methods Group and has just registered a Review title with Cochrane Wounds. Here she tells us about an independent YouTube project she is developing in Brazil, with the aim of making healthcare evidence available to Brazilian health professionals who often struggle to access and understand... read more
posted on: 2 Dec 2015 - 02:48
The EMBASE project: 20 months on and over 220,000 citations screened
Anna Noel-Storr joined Cochrane in February 2008 as the Trials Search Co-ordinator (TSC) for the Cochrane Dementia and Cognitive Improvement Group. She still holds this position, but is also seconded two and half days a week to Cochrane’s Project Transform. She also works on a number of other projects, including the EMBASE project, about which she provides an update here. read more
posted on: 16 Nov 2015 - 17:35
Cochrane Room opens at University Hospital Dubrava in Zagreb, Croatia
Recently a ‘Cochrane Room’ dedicated to Cochrane Reviews and evidence-based medicine opened at a university hospital in Croatia. Professor Livia Puljak, Knowledge Translation Coordinator at Cochrane Croatia, explains how this came about and the significance of the event. read more
posted on: 12 Nov 2015 - 20:34
Evidence for Everyday: new for nurses and midwives
Evidently Cochrane is a blog that aims to make Cochrane evidence really accessible, and to encourage discussion about it, through blog posts on Cochrane Reviews. It is for everyone who is interested in finding and using the best quality evidence to inform decisions about health. Sarah Chapman, a Knowledge Broker at Cochrane UK and writer for Evidently Cochrane, discusses a new series that... read more
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

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