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Issue 3, Autumn 2017

Welcome to our third quarterly issue. We've got news about the launch of our first satellite editorial base and information on Cochrane's re-accreditation process for Review Groups. We also have a call for Cochrane/Wikipedia volunteer editors, links to our newest publications, and details on our expanded web presence.  Stay connected with us by following us on Twitter and liking us on Facebook.

Cochrane Hypertension launches satellite in Pamplona, Spain

We are delighted to announce the launch of the Navarre Cochrane Associate Centre, our new satellite editorial base located in beautiful Pamplona, Spain. Funded by the Navarre Health Service, key satellite staff include Dr. Juan Erviti, Dr. Luis Carlos Saiz, and Dr. Javier Garjón.


Cochrane Circulation  and Breathing Network

Cochrane is creating eight Networks of Cochrane Review Groups (CRGs). As part of this initiative, Cochrane Hypertension is joining the new Circulation and Breathing Network along with our colleagues from the Airways, Heart, Stroke, and Vascular Groups.

While we will continue to function independently as Cochrane Hypertension, the Network will enhance collaboration among the five groups.

More information, including details regarding the Re-accreditation Process for CRGs is available on the recently launched CRG Networks Portal.

Our latest reviews

As of December 2017, The Cochrane Library contains 68 reviews and 42 protocols under Cochrane Hypertension and 20 additional titles have been registered by the group for authors intending to undertake systematic reviews.

Latest protocols [P], reviews [R] and updates [U]:

Cochrane HTN launches Spanish version of website

¡Nosotros hablamos español!

The Cochrane Hypertension website is now bilingual!  In recognition of the creation of our satellite editorial base in Spain, we now have a bilingual web presence.  

Access Cochrane HTN en español here: and watch for expanded Spanish language content in early 2018.
Call for volunteers:
Cochrane Hypertension Wikipedia Project
Help get Cochrane Hypertension evidence into Wikipedia!

We are partners in the Cochrane-Wikipedia Initiative and we need your help to improve the evidence base and currency of Wikipedia pages on health topics within the scope of Cochrane Hypertension.

To date, more than 30 Wikipedia articles have been edited. Details on our work to date are available here.  

Are you an experienced Wikipedian, or new to Wikipedia editing and interested in helping us? Contact us for more information.
For review authors: Cochrane Interactive Learning
Cochrane Training has now launched Cochrane Interactive Learning, a course including more than 10 hours of self-directed learning on the systematic review process.  Aimed primarily at authors of systematic reviews following Cochrane methodology, it is useful for both beginners and more advanced learners.

Cochrane authors, editorial teams, translators, consumer referees, and staff have FREE access.

Find out how to access Cochrane Interactive Learning here.  

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