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Campbell Library News Part 2

The Campbell Collaboration is pleased to announce that 9 new systematic reviews have been published in our Library so far this year. Topics include the effects of custodial and non-custodial sanctions on reoffending & interventions to improve the employment outcomes of cancer survivors.

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Campbell Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

The Campbell Collaboration is growing and our production of systematic reviews has increased. We are now looking for a new CEO. Deadline for applications: 15 May 2015.

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Join the Campbell revolution

The role of CEO of the Campbell Collaboration through the past seven years has been challenging and rewarding, and it is soon time to pass the baton.

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Interventions to Reduce FGM in African Countries. Do They Work?

In our new interview, Rigmor Berg discusses the topic of FGM prevention. How does one measure the success of interventions to reduce FGM prevalence, and why do some interventions appear to be more effective than others? A pdf version of the interview is also available.

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CCTV has modest impact on crime

A Campbell review examines the effects of closed-circuit television (CCTV) surveillance on crime rates. The review finds that CCTV has been most effective in reducing vehicle crimes in parking lots.

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Deadline extended! Call for Nominations for Campbell Social Welfare Coordinating Group Co-Chair

The deadline for nominations for the position of Co-Chair of Campbell’s Social Welfare Coordinating Group has been extended until Wednesday 8 April 2015, midnight EST.

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Partnership Agreement Between Campbell and Cochrane

A new Partnership Agreement between the Campbell Collaboration and Cochrane strengthens and deepens the relationship between the two networks.

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Campbell Library News Part 1

The total number of Campbell Systematic Reviews now stands at over 100 – a significant milestone in the history of the Collaboration. Read more about the reviews published in November & December 2014, including a systematic review of Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention (EIBI) for young children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)

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3ie to Launch Evidence Gap Map Platform

Thursday, 5 February 2015 is the official launch of 3ie's interactive Evidence Gap Map platform. But what are Gap Maps and why are they important to policy and research?

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Employment of Cancer Survivors

In the new SEDL/Campbell webcast, three Campbell authors introduce the C2 Education Group and discuss a new systematic review of interventions to facilitate employment outcomes for cancer survivors.

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