Keep up-to-date with evidence released by the Cochrane Library by following the Evidently Cochrane blog.
Evidently Cochrane is a blog that aims to make Cochrane evidence more accessible and encourage discussion around it. The blogs are written by Cochrane staff as well as guest bloggers. Items are posted on a regular basis with themed issues and special events added throughout the year. You can select to view content based on a number of categories. You can sign-up to receive blog posts and digests via email in your inbox.
There are also 3 special categories:
- Evidence for Everyday Allied Health
- Evidence for Everyday Nursing
- Evidence for Everyday Midwifery
So you can: keep up-to-date with the latest Cochrane Systematic reviews in your area, or keep abreast of the latest research, or use the evidence for CPD, discussions or revalidation reflection.
Here is a selection of recent topics covered:
- Yummy, yummy in my tummy, getting big with milk from mummy. Getting preterm babies feeding orally- a roundup of current evidence
- Stick or carrot? How can hospital doctors be encouraged to prescribe antibiotics more appropriately?
- After hip fracture: how best to help people get back on their feet
- Antibiotics and antiseptics for wounds: evidence and ignorance
- Can qualitative research improve patient care?