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  • We welcome anyone who would like to get involved with the work of Cochrane ENT. As a first step, please contact jenny.bellorini@nds.ox.ac.uk.Cochrane reviews are large and complex projects. They require a team that includes an experienced systematic reviewer (preferably of Cochrane reviews), a methodologist or statistician and a senior clinician....
  • It is increasingly important that we focus our efforts on the right topics for new reviews and updates, in the context of 'fewer, better reviews'.Cochrane has identified 300 priority review topics.We have 10 on the list, all of which are now in progress:Saline irrigation for allergic rhinitisTopical and systemic antifungal therapy for...
  • Cochrane ENT is part of Cochrane, an independent, not-for-profit organisation dedicated to providing up-to-date, accurate information about the effects of health care. The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) is the largest single funder of Cochrane ENT.Cochrane ENT is part of the Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences,...
  • Cochrane ENT training day at INTEGRATE 2017In January 2017 Cochrane ENT's editorial team were delighted to provide a training day on systematic reviewing to delegates on the INTEGRATE Research Competencies and Development Course for ENT trainees in Birmingham, UK. Working through a real-world clinical scenario (paediatric sleep-...
  • 2015 Impact FactorThe 2015 impact factor for The Cochrane Library is 6.103 and it is ranked 12th (of 153) in the category Medicine, General & Internal. The unofficial Cochrane ENT impact factor is 3.850 (20 publications cited 77 times), higher than any other journal in ENT.Guideline citationsCochrane ENT reviews have been...
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