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Campbell promotes evidence-based policy and decisionmaking through the production of systematic reviews on the effects of social interventions.
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CEDIL Sep 20
CEDIL Research Director and CEO welcomes you to 2019! . See our events page for details on how to register for our CEDIL side event on 14 October.
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Ella Flemyng Sep 20
Eek! We received an advanced copy of the new for Systematic Reviews of Interventions this week... an amazing contribution from all involved, a special thank you to the editors and authors 🙌Launching at the beginning of October (posted with Wiley’s permission)
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Cochrane Equity Sep 16
A comprehensive review of prioritized interventions to improve the health and wellbeing of persons with lived experience of homelessness - protocol by et al. published in the new journal
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Amanda Glassman Sep 20
Congratulations to my friend and to a great leader on her appointment as the new executive director of ! Can’t wait to work more with you!
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Vivian A Welch Sep 20
It was a delight to showcase our on social care and ageing yesterday at !
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The Campbell Collaboration Sep 20
(64 included studies) finds language skills are associated with better reading comprehension at school. Plain language summary: Full review: By Ellen Irén Brinchmann, Ronny Scherer
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(32 included studies) finds that supplementary feeding is more effective for younger and poorer children when provided in daycare or feeding centres than as take home rations. Plain language summary: Full review:
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What Works Global Summit 2019 Sep 18
El tendrá talleres previos a la conferencia. No pierdas la oportunidad de aprender cómo "Comunicar los resultados de investigaciones a través de resúmenes de política pública efectivos", dirigido por .
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What Works Global Summit 2019 Sep 18
No te pierdas este taller previo a la conferencia en el : "Cómo conducir revisiones rápidas y sistemáticas sobre desarrollo internacional" dirigido por , especialista en evaluación en y editor de .
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UNICEF Office of Research - Innocenti Sep 19
New Catalogue of Research and Evidence Publications on Children in East Asia and the Pacific:
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Ian David Moss Sep 10
Replying to @iandavidmoss
Next month I'll be attending the What Works Global Summit in Mexico City which will bring together a bunch of people in the evidence/research synthesis space. Maybe I'll see you there? 25/
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Amber Peterman Sep 19
What evidence underlays the framework for ending violence against children ?!? Happy to report, a Gap Map is coming soon to the inter-webs near you 👉Protocol:
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Ian David Moss Aug 19
Replying to @EPoDHarvard
In a study of over 1600 civil servants in Pakistan and India by , policymakers "agreed that evidence should play a greater role in decision-making" but acknowledged that it doesn't. 8/
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Robyn Mildon, PhD Sep 16
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What Works Global Summit 2019 Sep 17
¿Estás listo para asisitir al What Works Global Summit ? estará ahí para compartir las lecciones aprendidas en sobre cómo facilitar el proceso de una investigación, gestionar el conocimiento, capacitarse y más.
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EICHREN Sep 18
"PROTOCOL: A comprehensive review of prioritized interventions to improve the health and wellbeing of persons with lived experience of homelessness"
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Amy Riegelman 👭👬👫 Sep 18
When I was teaching last night, I talked about meta-analyses & specifically forest plots. I was asked if they were named forest plots because of someone named Forest. I didn't know the answer & had to look it up. I'll save you the search. No, not named after a human.
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CEBaP Sep 10
Great initiative, ! However, when scrolling through the questions still in the running, we can't help but wonder if some haven't been answered already (e.g. physical activity and sleep quality)? Did you review the existing scientific ?
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Ian David Moss Sep 10
Replying to @iandavidmoss
Like I said, just synthesizing evidence alone won't guarantee its use -- that's something I had to learn the hard way. But it is absolutely one part of the solution. Without a coherent narrative to make sense of research, it might as well not exist. 26/
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Ian David Moss Sep 10
Some of these include (education), (health), (social policy), (various), Crime Solutions (criminal justice), the Results First database from (), and more. 23/
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