Non-Cochrane Projects

These are projects that are beyond the requirements set by Cochrane but still within the scope of evidence synthesis and its methods, which is our  interest. In addition to the effectiveness of interventions, we are also interested in aetiology, prognosis and methods development.

Completed:

1. Review of the relationship between night shift work and incidence of breast cancer in women

2. Review of interventions to prevent heavy lifting during pregnancy for preventing preterm birth

3. Overview of the practice of including non-randomized studies in Cochrane systematic reviews

4. Review of prognostic factors of occupational noise induced hearing loss- review submitted (protocol available here)

 
Ongoing:

1. Scoping review of OSH Interventions to prevent hazardous occupational exposures in teen workers in low and middle-income countries- implications for research, policy and practice (protocol available here)

2. Review of occupational exposure to manganese and the potential health effects of such exposure (protocol available here)

3. Does shift work lead to change in energy intake? A systematic review of current evidence

4. Shift work and cardiovascular events- a re-analysis of a systematic review (protocol available here)

Future:

We are happy to undertake commissioned projects on evidence synthesis in any areas of occupational health and safety.