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  • The abstracts and plain language summaries of many Cochrane reviews are translated into a variety of language every week, making it even easier for communities across the globe to access and read the latest Cochrane evidence. And Cochrane Incontinence is no different!In case you missed them, here’s a quick round-up of all the translations of...
    January 31 2018
  • In a new blog for Evidently Cochrane, We Nurses founder Teresa Chinn (@AgencyNurse on Twitter) reflects on how learning about Cochrane evidence on catheter washouts, via Twitter, has enabled her to both change and challenge her patient’s care.The blog uses evidence from Cochrane Incontinence, specifically the review ‘Washout policies in long-term...
    January 24 2018
  • A new update from Cochrane Incontinence has been published!'Pelvic floor muscle training for prevention and treatment of urinary and faecal incontinence in antenatal and postnatal women', an update of a review originally published in 2012, has been authored by Stephanie J Woodley, Rhianon Boyle, June D Cody, Siv Mørkved and E. Jean C Hay-...
    December 22 2017
  • A new review from Cochrane Incontinence has been published!'Electrical stimulation with non-implanted devices for stress urinary incontinence in women' has been authored by Fiona Stewart, Bary Berghmans, Kari Bø and Cathryn MA Glazener. The review investigates whether electrical stimulation is better than no treatment at all, or better than other...
    December 22 2017
  • In May, Evidently Cochrane published a blog by Helen Cowan, 'Urinary catheter care: what does the evidence say?', which was based on a Cochrane Incontinence review by Ashley Shepherd, W Gordon Mackay and Suzanne Hagen: 'Washout policies in in long-term indwelling catheterisation in adults'.The blog has now been named in Evidently Cochrane's 'Top...
    December 21 2017
  • The December 2017 issue of the Cochrane Incontinence newsletter is out now!This issue features a run-down of some of the internal changes within the group, as well as giving an update on what reviews, protocols and updates are new and coming up.In addition, we also highlight some of the group's major news, including our recent visit to an event at...
    December 21 2017
  • This cross party evening event, sponsored by an MSP, was organised by Elaine Miller (aka Gusset Grippers) – stand-up comedian and physiotherapist – and was held in the Scottish Parliament building, Holyrood, Edinburgh on 21 November 2017.Cochrane Incontinence were invited to attend this event organised to highlight the fact that incontinence (both...
    December 20 2017
  • Following a recent restructuring of the website, Cochrane Incontinence now has a new Facebook page.The page will be posting about news and updates relating to the group, as well as information from the wider Cochrane community, including opportunities to get involved, training and more.We will also be posting about new titles, protocols, reviews...
    October 25 2017
  • Each year at Cochrane’s annual Colloquium, awards and prizes are given out to those who have contributed to the organisation’s work in various ways.The Thomas C Chalmers award is given to the principal author of the best oral and poster presentations addressing methodological issue related to systematic reviews.Emily Karahalios – an associate...
    October 13 2017
  • Sarah Chapman and Nurse Consultant across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly Sharon Eustice recently wrote a blog for Evidently Cochrane surrounding evidence on intermittent catheterisation for long-term bladder management. The piece reflects on the implications for practice and future research, drawing on the review "Intermittent catheterisation...
    October 11 2017

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