Cochrane Oral Health's editorial team regularly sends out newsletters to keep anyone who's interested updated with what Cochrane Oral Health has been doing recently. Subscribe to our quarterly newsletter.
Our most recent newsletter was issued in October 2018.
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Cochrane Oral Health publishes its reviews, updates and protocols within the Cochrane Library.
In October 2018 (Issue 10), Cochrane Oral Health published:
- Interventions for replacing missing teeth: attachment systems for implant overdentures in edentulous jaws
Payne AGT, Alsabeeha NHM, Atieh MA, Esposito M, Ma S, Anas El-Wegoud M
- One-to-one oral hygiene advice provided in a dental setting for oral health
Soldani FA, Lamont T, Jones K, Young L, Walsh T, Lala R, Clarkson JE
Updated review - conclusions changed
- Root coverage procedures for treating localised and multiple recession-type defects
Chambrone L, Salinas Ortega MA, Sukekava F, Rotundo R, Kalemaj Z, Buti J, Pini Prato GP
Cochrane volunteers translate our reviews from English in to other languages to help us make oral health care evidence more widely accessible.
In September 2018 (Issue 9), Cochrane translators produced a translated oral health review abstract each in Portuguese, Spanish and Russian, and one translated oral health review podcast in Croatian.
To find out what has recently been published within the Cochrane Library, please click here.
The 2017 Impact Factor for the CDSR (overall for all Cochrane groups) is 6.754 (1,764 publications cited 11,914 times), consequently, the CDSR now ranks 12th of the 154 journals in the Medicine, General & Internal category.
Cochrane Oral Health's unofficial individualised impact factor for 2016 is 3.854 (41 publications cited 158 times), and ranks our research very slightly beneath the 5th placed journal (International Journal of Oral Science) in the listed 90 journals under the Dentistry, Oral Surgery and Medicine category. This means that research published by our editorial base in 2014 and 2015 was cited, on average, 3.854 times in 2016.