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Anna Erskine and Kerry Harding Tweeting for the Cochrane Pain, Palliative and Supportive Care Review Group
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Cochrane PaPaS Jun 21
Blogshot: Drugs for chronic pain in children. Who knows? LINK
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Cochrane PaPaS Jun 21
. Our Cochrane Programme Grant highlighted a concerning lack of evidence for treating children’s chronic pain. Follow to find out how we are tackling this evidence gap with a team of international experts
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Cochrane PaPaS Jun 21
A blog on the reasons behind the lack of evidence and how we can move forwards
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Cochrane PaPaS Jun 21
You can find out more about the benefit and harm of drugs for children with chronic pain by reading the article
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Cochrane PaPaS Jun 21
. Our Cochrane Programme Grant highlighted a concerning lack of evidence for treating children’s chronic pain. Follow to find out how we are tackling this evidence gap with a team of international experts
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Cochrane PaPaS Jun 21
Blogshot: Drugs for chronic pain in children. Who knows? LINK
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Tom Astill Jun 20
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Cochrane Jun 21
Introducing the Cochrane Public Health and Health Systems Network - Watch the video: This Network covers the systematic reviews from and
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Cochrane PaPaS Jun 21
7/7 There is much more evidence for drugs in adults with chronic pain. Children have been largely ignored when developing drugs
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Cochrane PaPaS Jun 21
6/7 It is important to note that lack of evidence does not mean lack of effect. However, more funding and policy is needed in this area to establish which drugs work for who, and when
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Cochrane PaPaS Jun 21
5/7 The reviews were largely well conducted
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Cochrane PaPaS Jun 21
4/7 We found very few randomised controlled trials investigating the benefit and harm of drugs for children with chronic pain and cancer-related pain. No trials have been conducted in children with cancer-related pain
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Cochrane PaPaS Jun 21
3/7 Interestingly in this field, there were more systematic reviews than trials. We found 23 reviews but only six trials
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Cochrane PaPaS Jun 21
2/7 An overview review is a comprehensive review of all systematic reviews in a field. We assessed systematic reviews for the trials they included and for their quality
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Cochrane PaPaS Jun 21
1/7 Overview review on the benefit and harm of drugs for children with chronic pain published in
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The Cochrane Library Jun 20
The 2018 Journal Impact Factor for Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews has risen to 7.755! 🎉 In 2018, a Cochrane Review was cited on average, once every 8 minutes!
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Miranda van Tilburg Jun 20
Replying to @DrvanTilburg
There is more evidence for drugs in adults with chronic pain. Children have been largely ignored when developing drugs.
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Cochrane PaPaS Jun 21
Our Cochrane Programme Grant highlighted a concerning lack of evidence for treating children’s chronic pain. Follow to find out how we are tackling this evidence gap with a team of international experts
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Emma Fisher Jun 20
Summary of evidence for drug interventions for children and adolescents with
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Cochrane PaPaS Jun 20
Our Cochrane Programme Grant highlighted a concerning lack of evidence for treating children’s chronic pain. Follow to find out how we are tackling this evidence gap with a team of international experts
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