Life After Stroke: a round up of Cochrane evidence
Throughout March 2018, Cochrane UK is running a special series of blogs and other material, shared on social media, on the theme of
Updates on Cochrane Rehabilitation activities
Wishing you Happy Holidays, we are going to tell you how we spent our first year in Cochrane Rehabilitation! Director’s communication
Cochrane Rehabilitation at the Global Evidence Summit
The Global Evidence Summit 2017 was a unique event. It was the first time that Cochrane, the Campbell Collaboration, the Guidelines International Network, the International Society for Evidence-based Health Care, and the Joanna Briggs Institute joined together to create this premiere event in evidence-based policy.
Call to Cochrane Rehabilitation Community: Cochrane Review Tagging
Help wanted! The Cochrane Rehabilitation Reviews Committee is in the process of tagging all rehabilitation relevant reviews in the Cochrane database. The purpose of this work is to make these reviews more accessible to people involved in the work of rehabilitation. Eventually we may explore categorising these reviews by intervention and outcome typ
Students 4 Best Evidence
Students 4 Best Evidence (S4BE) is a global online community with content created by, and for, students interested in evidence-based healthcare (EBH).
My experience as PhD student at the Global Evidence Summit 2017
An African proverb says: “If you want to go fast, go alone, if you want to go far, go together".
Elections to the Governing Board
We are delighted to announce that Tracey Howe, Director of the Cochrane Global Ageing Field and Member of the Cochrane Rehabilitation Executive Committee has been elected as internal member in the Cochrane Governing Board for a term of three years. Find more info on Cochrane Community.
Role and function of Cochrane Rehabilitation
Cochrane is a global independent network of researchers, professionals, patients, carers, and people interested in health with a mission to promote evidence based decision-making in healthcare. Within that collaborative network, the Cochrane Fields focus on dimensions of health care other than specific health problems - such as setting of care, type of consumers, types of providers, types of interventions, and/or major divisions of healthcare.
Knowledge Translation: the bridging function of Cochrane Rehabilitation
In everyday life it is always difficult to apply what we would like to do. This is even more true for the application of scientific knowledge which can be due to a phenomenon known as the “know-do gap” that con occur whet the evidence is not focused on (or written for) the consumers1.