In this blog for World Mental Health Day 2019, Jessica Hendon, the Managing Editor of Cochrane Common Mental Disorders Group (CCMD), highlights the group's ongoing work to bring together the best evidence on suicide prevention and self-harm.
What progress has been made in tackling eczema research priorities?
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In a blog for midwives, Linda Biesty looks at the latest Cochrane evidence on managing the third stage of labour.
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In this blog for pregnant women, Emily Carter, Cochrane UK Fellow and Obstetrics and Gynaecology Registrar, looks at the latest Cochrane evidence on Vitamin D supplementation in pregnancy and how it may help reduce risks for mums and babies in the UK. What we already know Vitamin D forms from sunlight on the skin and is […]
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Meghan Bohren revisits the evidence on continuous support for women during labour and childbirth and reflects on what can affect the implementation of labour companionship.
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Emma Plugge asks whether screening the general population for malignant melanoma, a type of skin cancer, is likely to be of benefit.
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This blog for our Maternity Matters series looks at evidence and practice on midwife-led continuity of care.
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Susannah Hopkins Leisher shares her experience of the trauma of stillbirth and impact on subsequent pregnancies and, with researcher Aleena Wojcieszek, looks at gaps in the evidence on how to care for such women and their families.
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Want to be part of a bold new project, a public-led fun online clinical trial? Here it is - The People's Trial.
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Sarah Bailey blogs about learning from women's experiences of early pregnancy after recurrent miscarriage to develop better support services.
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