Resources: Stay Updated and Social Media

Stay Updated and Social Media

Cochrane Library-app https://www.cochrane.org/news/cochrane-library-app  

The Cochrane Library App presents the latest up-to-date evidence from the Cochrane Library in a convenient, easy to navigate format which provides you with relevant, accessible research, when you need it, from the world’s leading experts in evidence-informed health care. All content in the app is free and new issues will download regularly. 

Twitter Cochrane https://twitter.com/cochranecollab  

Cochrane’s official twitter account is a great way to stay updated to new Cochrane reviews and resources.  

Some Cochrane Review groups who publish reviews within certain populations and topics, and also some Cochrane Fields who publish material within certain areas also have Twitter accounts. Easiest way to follow these is to search within twitter for their names. 

Twitter Cochrane Sweden https://twitter.com/CochraneSweden 

Cochrane Sweden’s own twitter account is a good way to follow our work in Sweden. We highlight important new topics within Cochrane and EBM, present what we are working on at the moment and what we are able to offer and provide within Sweden, like courses, workshops and tools.  

LinkedIn Cochrane https://www.linkedin.com/company/cochrane  

You can also follow Cochrane on LinkedIn which is an easy way to stay updated if you are using the platform regularly. It is updated on a daily basis with news from Cochrane and with new or updated Cochrane reviews. 

LinkedIn Cochrane Sweden https://www.linkedin.com/company/cochrane-sweden  

You can also follow Cochrane Sweden on LinkedIn which is an easy way to stay updated if you are using the platform regularly. It is updated with the most important news from Cochrane and our centre.  

Facebook Cochrane https://www.facebook.com/groups/63721740498/  

Cochrane’s facebook group is a good way to stay updated to new Cochrane reviews and resources. It is updated on a daily basis with news from Cochrane and with new or updated Cochrane reviews.  

Youtube Cochrane  https://www.youtube.com/user/CochraneCollab  

You can follow and watch all the Cochrane created videos at Youtube. It includes seminars, lectures, webinars and summaries of systematic reviews among other topics.  

Newsletters from Cochrane https://community.cochrane.org/news/newsletters  

Cochrane sends out several newsletters to different audiences each month, including newsletters to information specialists, consumers, people working with communication as well as presenation of the latest evidence and news within Cochrane. It’s a great way to stay updated which takes minimal time.  

Newsletter from Cochrane Sweden https://sweden.cochrane.org/about-us/newsletters  

Cochrane Sweden is sending out a monthly newsletter, presenting what has happened within Cochrane and Sweden. You can sign up and also read old newsletters directly from our website.  

Students 4 Best Evidence https://s4be.cochrane.org/ 

The Students 4 best Evidence-website contains many different blogs and articles related to evidence and critical appraisal of research which are written in an easy-to-understand way. The website and initiative are supported by Cochrane and are based on a growing network of students from around the world, from school age to university, who are interested in learning more about evidence-based health care (EBH). Whether you are training to be a doctor, nurse or other health professional, or you’re a school student thinking about studying medicine, you can learn more about EBH and also contribute with creating blogs and articles. It is also a good way to help you meet other like-minded students.  

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. 

TikTok Cochrane 

Cochrane is also creating content for TikTok! 

Instagram Cochrane https://www.instagram.com/cochraneorg/  

Cochrane is also creating contant for Instagram!  

Instagram Cochrane Sweden https://www.instagram.com/cochrane_sweden/  

Cochrane Sweden is also creating content for Instagram!  

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 with Ray Moynihan and is produced by Cochrane Australia and co-produced with the BMJ. The podcast tackles the bug 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 minute, and you can find the podcast in all places where you listen to podcasts.