Updated review: convalescent plasma to treat people with COVID-19
Updated Living Review: Plasma from people who have recovered from COVID‐19 to treat individuals with COVID‐19
2019 Journal Impact Factor for Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews is 7.890
The 2019 Journal Citation Report (JCR) has just been released by Clarivate Analytics, and we are delighted to announce that Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (CDSR) Journal Impact Factor is now 7.890.This is an increase on the 2018 Journal Impact Factor, which was 7.755.
New Cochrane review assesses how accurate antibody tests are for detecting COVID-19
Today Cochrane, a global independent organization that reviews evidence from research to inform health decision-making, publishes a review of studies looking at the accuracy of COVID-19 antibody tests.
Cochrane's 2019 Annual Review
We are delighted to publish Cochrane’s 2019 Annual Review, entitled: ‘Embracing Diversity’. As we celebrate 12 months of achievements and reflect on the global expansion and increasing impact of Cochrane’s work, and the growing diversity of our organization, we acknowledge that there is still more Cochrane can do to embrace and promote diversity in all its forms.
Be a Cochrane Citizen Scientist and contribute to health evidence
Globally many are in isolation or are practicing physically distancing. Cochrane invites anyone who is interested in healthcare evidence to become a virtual citizen scientist! Anyone can join and no previous experience is necessary. We also have special COVID-19 weekly challenges you can join.
Wiley Science Talks with Cochrane: Understanding Health Evidence - A COVID-19 Case Study
Cochrane Library Editor in Chief and Deputy Editor in Chief, Karla Soares-Weiser and Toby Lasserson, presented to a large group of international journalists as part of the Wiley Science Talks webinar. This webinar series, supported by the World Federation of Science Journalists and the Association of Health Care Journalists, provides educational webinars for jour
Evidence says non-pharmaceutical interventions may help prevent COVID-19
A comprehensive systematic review and meta-analysis commissioned by the World Health Organization (WHO) and co-led by Cochrane Canada’s Holger Schünemann found that non-pharmaceutical interventions, including physical distancing, face masks and eye protection, may be associated with reductions in COVID-19 transmission.
Cochrane offers an array of online learning opportunities for the stay-at-home era
The Cochrane Training team is excited to share an overview of its online learning offerings
Register supports rapid evidence synthesis in the global challenge to combat COVID-19
Less than two months after its launch, Cochrane’s ‘COVID-19 Study Register’has become one of the largest, most sophisticated and well-used resources for researchers needing to access and analyze the huge growth in primary studies being conducted on COVID-19.