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Ten useful things Campbell researchers learned at the 2015 SRSM conference

A group of researchers associated with the Campbell Collaboration were are at the annual conference of the Society for Research Synthesis Methods in Nashville recently. Here's a list of 10 ten things we learned that we think will be useful to other researchers conducting reviews

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Request for nominations for Campbell Co-Chair

The Campbell Collaboration is seeking candidates for the position of Co-Chair of its Steering Group, to replace the outgoing Co-Chair, Howard White, who will be taking up the position of CEO from September 2015.

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Howard White appointed as Campbell Collaboration CEO

The Campbell Collaboration is delighted to announce the appointment of Howard White as Campbellís new Chief Executive Officer. Howard will take up the position in September.

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Itís time to get the public angry

Iain Chalmers is one of the founders of the Campbell Collaboration and Cochrane. In the second of our birthday interviews, we speak to him about the creation of the Campbell Collaboration, about trends in social research, and why he believes itís time to get people angry about decisions made on the basis of inadequate evidence.  

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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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Transition

After 7 years as CEO of the Campbell Collaboration and Head of Unit at the Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services (NOKC), Eamonn Noonan will be leaving in August to take up a position in the European Parliament Research Service, as Policy Analyst in the newly created Global Trends Unit.

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Who was Donald Campbell?

The Campbell Collaboration is named in honour of Donald T. Campbell (1916-1996). Eamonn Noonan shares his insights into the profound influence Donald Campbell has had on social reform and research, and discusses the people who shaped Campbellís innovative ideas.

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Campbell seeks nominees for 2015 Boruch, Mosteller Awards

The Campbell Collaboration is seeking nominations for its 2015 Robert Boruch Award & 2015 Frederick Mosteller Award. These prestigious awards honour pioneers and leading thinkers in the field of social interventions and systematic reviews. Closing date for nominations: 31 July 2015.

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Jacobs Foundation funds reviews on children and youth

The Jacobs Foundation has awarded the first set of grants under their Program on Better Evidence for Children and Youth, which is run in partnership with the Campbell Collaboration.

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Three new systematic reviews published by Campbell

Three new systematic reviews are now available in the Campbell Collaboration Library, bringing the total number published this year to twelve. In this new set of reviews the focus is upon interventions to improve the lives of children and youth.

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