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  • What types of COVID-19 evidence influence your decisions? Where do you get your COVID-19 information from? We would like to better understand the type and format of evidence that you find the most useful to help guide what we produce in the future. We want to hear from everyone about using research evidence - health policy makers, healthcare...
    August 25 2020
  • Sarah Chapman, Knowledge Broker at Cochrane UK, has produced a new blog in the Evidence for Everyday Nursing series. This time Sarah brings together Cochrane evidence on central venous catheter (CVC) management.It features reviews from five Cochrane Review Groups: Emergency & Critical Care; Gynaecological, Neuro-oncology and Orphan Cancer...
    July 9 2020
  • Cochrane is delighted to announce the signing of a new contract with John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. to publish the Cochrane Library for the next 10 years from January 2021. The agreement guarantees major investment into future development of the Library to sustain Cochrane as the world’s pre-eminent collection of high-quality evidence to inform...
    July 2 2020
  • Cochrane provides high-quality, relevant, and up-to-date synthesized research evidence to inform health decisions. Content relating to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the various activities that Cochrane is undertaking in response can be found here.Cochrane has a broad range of activities available for people who wish to...
    April 29 2020
  • All of Cochrane’s COVID-19 related evidence will continue to be freely available to everyone, everywhere on the Cochrane Library (full text) and at Cochrane.org.Cochrane, an international independent network of 80,000 researchers, professionals, patients, carers and people interested in health is taking this unprecedented move to ensure that...
    April 2 2020
  • We are delighted to announce that the brand new edition of the Cochrane Handbook is now available both online and in print. The Handbook is an essential guide for both new and experienced authors working on Cochrane systematic reviews. It contains a complete overview of the review process from identifying topics in high priority areas to...
    October 15 2019
  • To enhance security and data protection, Cochrane is moving to a new account login system on 21 May 2019. The upgrade to the login system will involve changes to Cochrane Account details.Usernames: your Cochrane Account username will automatically be updated to match your primary email (if it is currently different)Passwords: the first...
    May 14 2019
  • We are pleased to announce the new one-stop Support Portal for Cochrane Help and Support Services. The Cochrane Help and Support Centre is an online portal that allows you to search for answers to common queries about Cochrane's work. If you don't find what you are looking for, you can open a support ticket. For ease...
    April 23 2019
  • New research has shown that the Cochrane Library is most referenced health journal on Wikipedia! This is great news for Cochrane.Find out more.
    January 30 2019
  • We are delighted to announce the appointment of Jo Dumville as the new joint Coordinating Editor of Cochrane Wounds. Jo Dumville is a Senior Lecturer in Applied Health Research at the University of Manchester, UK. The institution is rich in Cochrane activity as it houses the Editorial bases for three Cochrane Review Groups: Cochrane...
    May 8 2018

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