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  • COVID-19 (coronavirus): resources for the stroke care teamThe new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is caused by a strain of coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) first encountered in November 2019, and not previously identified in humans. The virus can cause pneumonia-like symptoms, including fever, cough, and shortness of breath. On March 11 2020, the World...
    July 27 2020
  • Cochrane Stroke 2019 Impact FactorThe 2019 Journal Impact Factor for the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews has increased to 7.890.We are pleased to announce also that the individualised Impact Factor for Cochrane Stroke has also increased to  7.657.Top 10 highest-cited reviews for the Stroke Group were:Times CitedTitlePublication...
    March 6 2020
  • The joint Cochrane Ireland and Cochrane UK Symposium 2020 will take place in Dublin on Tuesday 21st and Wednesday 22nd April 2020The symposium is an annual event for all our networks, including UK- & Ireland-based Cochrane Contributors, researchers, health professionals, students, charities, patient advocates, and...
    February 17 2020
  • Methodology: What is it? Hints from clinical settings10-13 September, Perugia, Italy.Click here to download the full summer school programme.
    January 21 2019
  • Registering a Proposal for a Cochrane ReviewEssential Resources for Cochrane Associate EditorsEssential Resources for Cochrane AuthorsSearch Methods for the Specialised RegisterRejection of Cochrane reviews  A review can be rejected at any stage prior to publication, please ensure these policies are understoodCochrane Stroke Group Online...
    January 11 2019
  • www.askdoris.orgwww.askdoris.org/m for mobile siteThe Database of Research in Stroke (DORIS) contains over 30,000 references to randomised controlled trials, controlled clinical trials and systematic reviews collected by the Cochrane Stroke Group in an easy to search study-based format.The database contains completed, ongoing and planned trials,...
    January 11 2019
  • January 11 2019
  • To find out more about the Cochrane Stroke Group contact:   Hazel Fraser, Managing Editor Cochrane Stroke GroupCentre for Clinical Brain Sciences (CCBS)FU205The University of EdinburghChancellor's Building49 Little France CrescentEdinburghEH16 4SBUK Tel: +44 131 537 2273 Email: hazel.fraser@ed.ac.ukWe regret that...
    January 11 2018
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