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  • Cochrane has embarked on a prgramme of change to transform the way in which it produces high-quality, independent and timely evidence.As part of this change, Cochrane is implementing a new Central Editorial Service to streamline the editorial process. As such, from 31 March 2023 Cochrane Incontinence will be one of 24 UK-based Cochrane Groups...
    March 27 2023
  • Cochrane has embarked on an important change programme to transform the way we produce high-quality, independent and timely evidence. The new model is designed to ensure Cochrane remains viable, sustainable, and focused on the greatest global health and care challenges now and into the future.As part of the new model we are implementing...
    June 22 2022
  • In March 2022, the World Health Organization released an updated comprehensive guideline, 'WHO recommendations on maternal and newborn care for a positive postnatal experience'. The guideline focuses on the weeks shortly after birth, making 63 recommendations on maternal care, newborn care, health systems and health promotion during the postnatal...
    April 1 2022
  • A new Cochrane Incontinence review has been published!‘Prophylactic antibiotics for preventing infection after continence surgery in women with stress urinary incontinence’ has been authored by Teerayut Temtanakitpaisan, Pranom Buppasiri, Pisake Lumbiganon, Malinee Laopaiboon and Siwanon Rattanakanokchai. The review contains three studies with a...
    March 30 2022
  • A newly updated Cochrane Incontinence review has been published!‘Intermittent catheter techniques, strategies and designs for managing long-term bladder conditions’ has been updated by Jacqui A Prieto, Catherine L Murphy, Fiona Stewart and Mandy Fader. This version of the review included 23 studies involving a total of 1339 participants.The full...
    October 27 2021
  • In August 2021, the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) announced its intention to withdraw the infrastructure funding that it provides to all UK Cochrane Review Groups, including Cochrane Incontinence. Our funding will cease on 31st March 2023, after which there will be no editorial base to support Cochrane Reviews to publication. In...
    September 29 2021
  • We are pleased to report that an abstract based on our published Cochrane Review, Strategies for the removal of short-term indwelling urethral catheters in adults, has been awarded "Best in category prize winner: Prevention and public health" at the forthcoming ICS conference in October 2021. Congratulations to Awaiss Ellahi, Fiona Stewart, Emily...
    September 29 2021
  • A newly updated Cochrane Incontinence review has been published!‘Strategies for the removal of short-term indwelling urethral catheters in adults’ has been updated by Awaiss Ellahi, Fiona Stewart, Emily A Kidd, Rhonda Griffiths, Ritin Fernandez and Muhammad Imran Omar. This version of the review included 99 studies involving a total of 12,241...
    June 30 2021
  • Evidently Cochrane has published a new blog: Pessaries for pelvic organ prolapse - looking at the Cochrane evidence.In this blog for both women with prolapse and healthcare professionals, Myra Robson, a pelvic health physiotherapist, looks at the latest evidence from Cochrane Incontinence on pessaries for pelvic organ prolapse and explores its...
    May 25 2021
  • A new Cochrane Incontinence protocol has been published.‘Conservative interventions for managing urinary incontinence after prostate surgery’ has been authored by Eugenie Johnson, Charalampos Mamoulakis, Muhammad Imran Omar and Sanjay Sinha. It sets out the rationale behind the review as well as the methods for the upcoming review. The protocol...
    May 18 2021

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