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  • 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
  • Cochrane Incontinence has welcomed two new members of the team to their editorial base at the Institute of Health & Society at Newcastle University.Lindsey Elstub has taken on the role of Managing Editor, while Eugenie Johnson joins as Editorial Assistant. They join Sheila Wallace, Cochrane Information Specialist, and Co-ordinating...
    October 11 2017
  • Cochrane’s 2018 global conference will be held in Edinburgh between 16th-18th September, and organisers Cochrane UK are planning to make it a “patients included” event.The Colloquium will continue to focus on the core goals of Cochrane’s “Strategy To 2020” – producing evidence, making evidence accessible, advocating for evidence and being an...
    October 11 2017
  • Patricia Aluko – Research Assistant within the Institute of Health & Society at Newcastle University – recently wrote a blog about the incorporation of brief economic commentaries (BECs) into Cochrane Incontinence reviews.The eight different reviews all focused on different surgical approaches to treat stress urinary incontinence in women....
    October 9 2017
  • 2017Existing published reviews with Brief Economic Commentaries (BECs) added during 2017:Glazener CMA, Cooper K, Mashayekhi A. Anterior vaginal repair for urinary incontinence in women. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2017, Issue 7. Art. No.: CD001755. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD001755.pub2. Available at: http://...
    September 6 2016
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