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Cochrane: un sito rinnovato e accesso libero per un mese a risorse selezionate

Pubblicato mercoledì 4 Febbraio 2015

Un nuovo design e apertura a un pubblico più vasto con una organizzazione più semplice dei contenuti caratterizzano il nuovo sito Cochrane.

Proprio per farsi conoscere e allargare il proprio pubblico, il sito Cochrane ha raccolto una serie di top five 2014 con le revisioni sistematiche, i podcast, i moduli di apprendimento, le “Clinical Answers” e i Cochrane Journal Clubs (introduzioni a revisioni Cochrane corredate da podcast e slide) più visitati e condivisi sui social network, tutti accessibili gratuitamente per un mese, previa registrazione.

Tra le revisioni sistematiche segnaliamo:

  • Repositioning for pressure ulcer prevention in adults
  • Neuraminidase inhibitors for preventing and treating influenza in healthy adults and children
  • Risk assessment tools for the prevention of pressure ulcers
  • Decision aids for people facing health treatment or screening decisions
  • Inhaled corticosteroids in children with persistent asthma: effects on growth

I Journal Club:

  • Pharmacological interventions for sleepiness and sleep disturbances caused by shift work
  • Exercise programs for people with dementia
  • Assisted reproductive technology: an overview of Cochrane Reviews
  • Thrombolysis for acute deep vein thrombosis
  • Barriers and facilitators to the implementation of lay health worker programmes to improve access to maternal and child health: qualitative evidence synthesis

Nuova grafica anche per la sezione dedicata alla “Cochrane Library”, con gli stessi colori dominanti, blu e viola, e una migliore organizzazione dei contenuti, rispetto alla precedente versione.

Per approfondire

Una breve presentazione della Cochrane e delle revisioni a cura dell’organizzazione.

 Fonti:
Best of the Cochrane Library: 2014 in review, David Tovey, January 30, 2015.
Announcing Cochrane’s new brand identity, Mark Wilson, January 30, 2015

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