Dr. Sumon Ghosh

Veterinarian, Infectious Diseases Division of the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh (icddr,b)

Dr. Sumon Ghosh is a veterinarian working in the Infectious Diseases Division of International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh (icddr,b). Formerly, he worked as a Consultant under the Communicable Disease Control Division of Directorate General of Health Services of Bangladesh. Dr. Ghosh did his graduation from Chittagong Veterinary & Animal Sciences University in Bangladesh in 2009 and post-graduation from the same institute in 2011. His research interests lie in the area of public health, microbiology, genetics and breeding. He has collaborated actively with researchers from diverse disciplines in several projects of public health importance in Bangladesh.

Although I am new in using the Cochrane library, I found it pretty productive in summarizing the specific research results and evidence based medicine with no bias or conflicts of interest. As a public health researcher, I am looking forward to ensuring the best use of the Cochrane Library in the coming days. There are arrangements for free access to Cochrane contents, typically via HINARI, which is very helpful for researchers who reside in "low-income countries".

As medical science is constantly changing, the Cochrane Library is an excellent tool for medical researchers to keep them up-to-date and to help in efficiently extracting information from the full review. Cochrane Systematic Reviews allow a high standard for the peer review process which enables them to review, interpret and convey messages to the beneficiaries.

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ALTHOUGH I AM NEW IN USING THE COCHRANE LIBRARY, I FOUND IT PRETTY PRODUCTIVE IN SUMMARIZING THE SPECIFIC RESEARCH RESULTS AND EVIDENCE-BASED MEDICINE WITH NO BIAS OR CONFLICTS OF INTEREST.