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Issue 10 | October 2016

<<First Name>>, here is your latest newsletter from Cochrane Heart.

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In celebration of World Heart Day, we are launching a public engagement campaign to inform new topics for systematic reviews and to refine existing reviews to make them more relevant.

Look out for tweets with #askcochraneheart!

Please tweet, email, post on facebook etc for us so we reach as many people as possible. The campaign is active till the end of the year.

Task Exchange

 

Cochrane's Task Exchange is a great way to find people to help you with your review.

Do you require a translation of a paper? Use Task Exchange.
Do you need help screening records? Use Task Exchange.
Are you looking for a statistician to answer a query? Use Task Exchange.

These are just a few examples.
You can also check Task Exchange to help others. We have used it to find an author to join an existing team and peer reviewers.

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Meet...


Toby Mercer, peer reviewer
I find peer reviewing interesting and worthwhile. My aim is to support the Cochrane Heart Group’s systematic reviews so they can be of best use for patients, healthcare professionals and governments.
 
During the last few months, it has been a privilege and an enjoyable challenge to review two reviews and two protocols. 
 
Peer reviewing systematic reviews and protocols is an edifying experience. It has moved me on in terms of understanding the methodical and thorough approach described in the Cochrane Handbook for Systematic Reviews of Interventions.

New publications*

* links may not work if you have not got access to the Cochrane Library

Recently published protocols

Polyunsaturated fat intake for prevention of cardiovascular disease

Recently published reviews

Statins for aortic valve stenosis

Upcoming reviews

Chronotherapy versus conventional statins therapy for the treatment of hyperlipidaemia

Recently published updates


Antiplatelet versus anticoagulation treatment for patients with heart failure in sinus rhythm
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