The Priority III project aims to identify the current most important research questions on how we bring together and summarise information from lots of different research studies, using an approach called a 'rapid review’.The project’s first stage was an online survey, launched in October 2020, where we asked people to tell us what they thought...
May 7 2021
Cochrane shared with us attached the 2020 Multi-language Activities Annual Report compiling key translation activities and statistics from 2020.In 2020:They had more than 68.5 million translation page views on cochrane.org in 2020 (compared to 62.8 million in 2019)More than 45 million cochrane.org visitors used a browser in a...
March 8 2021
Since March 2020, Cochrane Rehabilitation have been compiling the best evidence available into a living rapid systematic review. They worked with the World Health Organization Rehabilitation Programme to identify the highest research priorities, and jointly defined the topics for which to search the best available evidence about the impact of...
February 4 2021
The United Nations Decade of Healthy Ageing (2021-2030) is an opportunity to bring together governments, civil society, international agencies, professionals, academia, the media, and the private sector for ten years of concerted, catalytic and collaborative action to improve the lives of older people, their families, and the communities in which...
January 14 2021
The WHO has presented on December 2nd during a webinar the paper: Global estimates of the need for rehabilitation based on the Global Burden of Disease study 2019: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2019. The recording of the webinar will be available sooner at the following link: www.who.int/teams/...
December 2 2020
Read this interesting paper on the results of an international consensus to create the i-CONTENT tool, a trasparent assessment of the quality of exercise therapy programmes studied in RCTs published on British Journal of sports medicine.
November 5 2020
Last updated 18 September 2020 COVID-19 is steadily progressing around the world, and Cochrane Rehabilitation is also progressing with its REH-COVER initiative. Here is the status of our activities:The Rapid Living Systematic Review: Second Edition (called 2020, since it will last until December 2020) has been published, consolidating the...
September 18 2020
Our Monthly newsletter with Cochrane Rehabilitation's latest news is now available!Have a look here at the previous issues of the NewsletterIf you would like to be updated on our activities, subscribe here.
June 25 2020
Cochrane Rehabilitation versus COVID-19 Systematic rapid living review and Mapping of EvidenceRehabilitation professionals are facing an unprecedented challenge due to COVID-19 pandemic. Evidence-based answers to newly-arisen questions are needed. Cochrane Rehabilitation is working to synthesize and diffuse available...
May 29 2020
One of the goals of Cochrane Rehabilitation is to strengthen methodology relevant to evidence-based clinical practice. To address that, we previously published a scoping review listing the methodological issues in research, a study showing the low clinical replicability of randomized controlled trials, two systematic reviews showing the relevant...
April 23 2020