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posted on: 9 Sep 2015 - 13:40
Does a child’s cough sound like a barking seal? Could be croup
Cochrane Child Health is committed to improving health for kids by getting the word out about recent, high-quality evidence about the effects of healthcare interventions. Contributors post regularly on the Cochrane Child Blog on topics relevant to child health, and the team's latest project, 'Podcasts for Parents', is currently featured on the GlobalGiving fundraising website. read more
posted on: 19 Aug 2015 - 16:23
Can massive open online courses promote more trusted evidence, informed decisions, and better health?
In this guest blog post, Jimmy and Ian — who are both regular contributors to Cochrane and are affiliated with Cochrane United States — discuss their experience facilitating an online course on Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis. read more
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posted on: 13 Aug 2015 - 21:41
End of the (northern hemisphere) summer review from the Editor in Chief
David Tovey is the Editor in Chief of the Cochrane Library, and has been working with the Cochrane Editorial Unit ( read more
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posted on: 10 Aug 2015 - 23:39
Heard about Project Transform? Find out everything you need to know in Vienna.
Project Transform - improving the way people, processes, and technologies come together to produce Cochrane contentShare your Cochrane Review ideas and experience - take the Project Transform survey read more
posted on: 10 Aug 2015 - 21:37
Autogeneration of text within RevMan files
Clive Adams is a longtime Cochrane contributor. He established the Cochrane Schizophrenia Group in 1994 and has served as Co-ordinating Editor since the Group began. read more
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