I’ve just uploaded the latest batch of manually curated records, a total of 613 new articles. This number is small, relative to the larger number we automatically grab, but it typically represents the content at the top of the evidence pyramid.

Each month hundreds of sites are visited to explore if they have published any new evidence, if they have this is placed in a spreadsheet before uploading to the site. We record the following bits of data for each record:

  • Publication
  • Title
  • URL
  • Year

When we have finished the monthly collection we upload it to our system and that does the rest. New content is typically available by the next day and often much sooner.

Below is a small sample of the records added this month:

  1. Opioid Treatments for Chronic Pain (AHRQ)
  2. Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia in Adults (Cancer Care Alberta)
  3. Systematic review of needs for medical devices for ageing populations (WHO)
  4. Addressing Social Determinants of Health and Mitigating Health Disparities Across the Lifespan in Congenital Heart Disease (American Heart Association)
  5. Remote monitoring of patients with COVID-19 (KCE – Belgian Health Care Knowledge Centre)
  6. Pacritinib (Vonjo) – To treat intermediate or high-risk primary or secondary myelofibrosis in adults with low platelets (FDA)
  7. Factors associated with outbreaks of SARS-CoV-2 in nursing homes (HIQA, Ireland)
  8. Paediatric Intensive Care Nutrition (James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnerships)
  9. Gout: diagnosis and management (NICE guideline)
  10. Digital smartphone intervention to recognise and manage early warning signs in schizophrenia to prevent relapse: the EMPOWER feasibility cluster RCT (NIHR HTA)
  11. Peanut allergy: peanut-avoidant diet and access to adrenaline injector pens (Prescrire)
  12. Lipoedema – diagnosis, treatment, and experiences (SBU)
  13. Impaired Visual Acuity in Older Adults: Screening (US Preventive Services)
  14. Monkeypox: diagnostic testing (UK Health Security Agency)
  15. Regulation and financing of prenatal screening and diagnostic examinations for fetal anomalies in selected European countries (Austrian Institute for Health Technology Assessment)

The evidence above is a joy to see and represents a small fraction of the total uploaded each and every month.

Having great content is a key element of Trip’s continued success, that’s why we spend so much resource on it!