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2014 Campbell Colloquium in Belfast

The Campbell Collaboration’s annual Colloquium will be held June 16-19, in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The theme of the Colloquium is “Better Evidence for a Better World.”

NEW! Colloquium programme now available.

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Winner of the 2014 Frederick Mosteller Award

The Frederick Mosteller Award honours an individual who has made an important contribution to the theory, method or practice of systematic reviewing in areas within the ambit of the Campbell Collaboration. This year the Collaboration is pleased to announce that Dr. Michael Borenstein has been selected as the recipient of this award.

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Recipient of the 2014 Robert Boruch Award

The Campbell Collaboration is pleased to announce that David Weisburd has been selected as the 2014 recipient of the Robert Boruch Award. This award honours an individual who has made an important contribution to research on social interventions that inform public policy.

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How Campbell began

With Campbell soon reaching the publication of its 100th review, Dr. Anthony Petrosino shares his reflections on the genesis of the Collaboration in a feature article in this month’s newsletter for the Academy of Experimental Criminology/ Division of Experimental Criminology for the American Society of Criminology, The Experimental Criminologist.

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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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Introduction to Campbell Systematic Review Methods

The 2014 Colloquium's introductory level workshops are appropriate for audiences with minimal or no experience in systematic reviewing, or those who simply need a refresher course.  Participants can attend the introductory workshops individually or attend all five as a series in Campbell systematic review methods. 

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Applied Topics in Campbell Systematic Review Methods

The 2014 Colloquium's advanced workshops are appropriate for audiences with a basic understanding of systematic review methods, as well as more advanced participants. Participants can attend the applied workshops individually, or attend all five as a series on applied methods issues in Campbell systematic reviews. 

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Position Opening: Managing Editor

The Campbell Collaboration Education Coordinating Group is seeking a managing editor to support the publication of systematic reviews and meta-analyses on topics in education.

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3ie bursaries to attend C2 Colloquium: CLOSED

The International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie) is offering five bursaries to nationals residing in low and middle-income countries to attend this year’s Campbell’s Colloquium in Belfast, 16-19 June, 2014. The deadline for application is 17 February 2014. Click here for more details.

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Employment opportunities for youth with ASD: An important topic that necessitates better research

The number of individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) is rising. As a result, much attention is directed on potential employment outcomes for youth and young adults with ASD. A recent Campbell review, led by John D. Westbrook, has examined the effectiveness of pre-graduation interventions that seek to improve mainstream employment opportunities for people with ASD.

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