Knowledge Translation https://training.cochrane.org/online-learning/knowledge-translation
Knowledge Translation (KT) is the process of supporting the use of health evidence to those who need it to make health decisions. This guidance presents all learning resources from Cochrane about Knowledge Translation and Implementation guidance – including recorded lectures, webinars, online modules, documents as well as external resources.
Cochrane Journal Club https://www.cochranelibrary.com/cdsr/journal-club
Cochrane Journal Club is a way to get a greater understanding of knowledge synthesis, systematic reviews and insights into important Cochrane Reviews. Each Journal Club focuses on a recently published Cochrane Review and comes with a Clinical Case to help you place the review in the context of a specific scenario and discussion questions to help you think about the review methods and findings in more detail. Also, the Cochrane Review is free to access for 30 days.
The journal club is free for everyone but is aimed at trainees, researchers, and practitioners. They highlight practice-changing findings, controversial conclusions, new methodology, evidence-based methods, and reviews from diverse health and social care topics. The Journal Club resources provide everything you need to present a relevant and interesting paper at your next journal club, or simply to explore a review in more depth on your own.
Cochrane Students https://www.cochrane.org/join-cochrane/students
Cochrane Students-page contains everything you need to know as a student to explore all of Cochrane's content, learn about evidence and systematic reviews. The page also summarizes differnt ways to get involved and help out with different tasks or volonteer on projects. It also opens the possibility to connect with like-minded people who are passionate about evidence-based practice.
Cochrane Patient and Carers https://www.cochrane.org/join-cochrane/patients-and-carers
Cochrane Patient and Carers-page contains everything you need to know as a healthcare consumer to explore all of Cochrane's content, learn about evidence but also presents options to help out and volonteer to make reserach and evidence even better.
Cochrane Early-Career Professional Group https://community.cochrane.org/organizational-info/people/early-career-professionals-cochrane-group
Cochrane Early-Career Professional Group aims to provide its members opportunities to enhance their knowledge, skills, and expertise by providing a platform for international networking with early career professionals or other members in the Cochrane community. We aim to focus on the development of leadership skills for the early career members of the Cochrane community and encourage active involvement of the Early Career Professionals in shaping the mission and vision of the Cochrane community.
Podcast: The Recommended Dose https://www.cochrane.org/news/recommended-dose-podcast-launches
Cochrane’s podcast The Recommended Dose is based on 30-minute interviews hosted by Ray Moynihan and is produced by Cochrane Australia and co-produced with the BMJ. The podcast tackles the big questions in health and explores the insights, evidence and ideas of extraordinary researchers, thinkers, writers and health professionals from around the globe. An episode is around 30 minutes, and you can find the podcast in all places where you listen to podcasts.
Podcast: URPLAY https://urplay.se/serie/215784-hjarta-och-hjarna
is a free and popular podcast in Swedish, produced by (UR) which is publicly funded and aims to provide education for all Swedish citizens. The podcast examines popular health-claims and try to figure out if they are true, still uncertain, or false. For example – what stuff in your bathroom cabinet is actually working the way you think and how confident can we be about the claims by manufacturers?
Cochrane Response http://www.cochraneresponse.com/
Cochrane Response, the new evidence consultancy initiative from Cochrane. The aim is to increase Cochrane’s capacity to respond to requests for commissioned evidence reviews. The initiative provides tailored and responsive evidence services, and accessible review formats for healthcare commissioners on a fee-for-service basis.