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  • This summer I spent six weeks as a research intern within the Institute of Health & Society at Newcastle University, working on a health economics project for Cochrane Incontinence.Going into the internship, I had relatively little knowledge of health economics, having just completed my third year of an engineering degree. However, from day...
    July 30 2019
  • Cochrane has launched Cochrane's Evidence Essentials, a new online platform that is freely available to anyone interested in an introduction to evidence-based medicine, Cochrane evidence and how to use it.The modules are written from the persepctive of Eleni, a healthcare consumer, and has been co-created with patients and carers alongside...
    July 25 2019
  • Cochrane Incontinence's Information Specialist Sheila Wallace has been interviewed for Cochrane's TaskExchange Champs series, which aims to highlight the people making the most of the TaskExchange platform.In the interview, Sheila talks about how she uses TaskExchange to find translators and how the platform has improved the quality of Cochrane...
    July 10 2019
  • The abstracts and plain language summaries of many Cochrane reviews are translated into a variety of languages 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...
    July 1 2019
  • The June 2019 issue of the Cochrane Incontinence newsletter is out now!This issue puts the spotlight on some recent news from the Group, including Cochrane Incontinence contributors winning the Best Clinical Abstract Prize for ICS 2019 and our recent round-up of evidence for World Continence Week 2019.In addition, we take a look at recent...
    June 24 2019
  • This week (17 to 23 June) is World Continence Week, a global initiative run by the World Federation of Incontinence Patients (WFIP), with the approval of the International Continence Society (ICS) that aims to improve health, wellness and quality of life for those with continence issues, and to further establish awareness of bladder weakness,...
    June 17 2019
  • The abstracts and plain language summaries of many Cochrane reviews are translated into a variety of languages 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...
    June 11 2019
  • A team including Cochrane Incontinence review authors and contributors, led by Licia Cacciari, has been awarded the Best Clinical Abstract Prize for ICS 2019!In February 2019, Licia completed a Fellowship at the editorial base at Newcastle University, UK, during which time she helped to devise a project to look at the economic evaluation of group-...
    June 3 2019
  • The abstracts and plain language summaries of many Cochrane reviews are translated into a variety of languages 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...
    May 8 2019
  • A new protocol from Cochrane Incontinence has been published!'Interventions for treating people with symptoms of bladder pain syndrome: a network meta-analysis' has been authored by Mari Imamura, Neil Scott, Joseph Ogah, Abigail Ford, Sheila Wallace and Miriam Brazzelli. The protocol sets out the range of methods as well as the background to...
    May 1 2019

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