53 days have passed since our country has undergone what’s probably the biggest social outbreak in its recent history, in which millions of people have decided to turn to the streets and protest, not only in Chile but in many countries of Latin America and the world.
During these times of protest, everyone has been exposed to some kind of situation where our health could be at risk or suffer consequences of different degrees. With this in mind, in Epistemonikos Foundation we wanted to contribute to the work of those who protect the people’s health, by providing the best evidence available related to topics that, in one way or another, have become relevant since October 18, 2019.
What evidence exists about treatments for eye injuries? And for the consequences of abuse? For post-traumatic stress and other similar disorders? These (and more) are the questions that health professionals, authorities and citizens will be able to answer with evidence, so we have made a list of all of those subjects, available in our L·OVE platform.
Each of the following links contains the set of evidence (systematic reviews) for each topic, called L·OVE (Living Overview of Evidence), that are a part of our renewed platform with the same name:
- Eye injury
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Generalized anxiety disorder
- Panic disorder and agoraphobia
- Irritable bowel syndrome
- Suicide and self-harm
- Wounds and burns