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Training course: Bringing it all together to alleviate suffering and save lives, 26 June 2019, Oxford, UK

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Title: Bringing it all together to alleviate suffering and save lives: understanding how systematic reviews can strengthen humanitarian action
Date: 26 June 2019
Location: Green Templeton College, Woodstock Road, Oxford, UK OX2 6HG
Cost:
Band A – £285 Individuals / Organisations (<£2m annual revenue)
Band B – £350 Organisations (≥£2m …

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Volunteer and internship opportunities

Evidence Aid: Volunteer and internship opportunities
What is Evidence Aid?  Registered as a charity in 2015 but with its roots going back to 2004 within Cochrane, Evidence Aid uses knowledge from systematic reviews to provide reliable, up-to-date evidence on interventions that might be considered in …

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Evidence-based humanitarian action: is the humanitarian sector serious about evidence? Geneva, 28 March

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Evidence-based humanitarian action: is the humanitarian sector serious about evidence?
Thursday 28 March 2019 6pm-8pm at the Graduate Institute of International and Development studies, Geneva
An event organised by the CERAH, Centre d’Enseignement et de Recherche en Action Humanitaire, Geneva
The 2016 humanitarian …

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Training: Systematic Reviews: A course for humanitarian decision makers (Oxford, UK) – 10 April 2019

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Title: Systematic Reviews: A course for humanitarian decision makers
Date: 10 April 2019
Location: Kellogg College, 60-62 Banbury Road, Oxford OX2 6PN, UK
Cost:
Band A – £285 Individuals / Organisations (>£2m annual revenue)
Band B – £350 Organisations (<£2m annual revenue)
Band C – £420 Statutory and commercial organisations
Course Outline: Building on his successful …

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How do you speak humanitarian? Divergence on central concepts

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Authors: Dr Clara Egger and Prof Doris Schopper
From January to May 2018, an online survey was widely circulated to humanitarian organisations and networks to explore how meanings and uses of concepts central to the humanitarian field are perceived by practitioners. 1435 respondents connected to survey, …

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The Dignity Project

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Tom Wein is the founder of The Dignity Project, a campaign for more respectful development.Visit the website here.
Is your program respectful?
How, exactly, do you know that? Did you ask people?
Development is frequently disrespectful. We all want to do better – and donors promise to give …

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Summary of the results of a study on the role of scientific, peer-reviewed evidence in humanitarian decision-making

Short report: A summary of the results of a study on the role of scientific, peer-reviewed evidence in humanitarian decision-making
Authors: Dell Saulnier (Karolinska Institutet [KI]) and Claire Allen (Evidence Aid [EA])
Evidence Aid (EA) and researchers at Karolinska Institutet (KI) conducted a joint study on the …

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How do you use scientific evidence to make decisions – take our short survey

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**THIS SURVEY HAS NOW CLOSED**
Take the survey here
Evidence Aid and the Karolinska Institutet are working on a project which will gather information about how people working in or with humanitarian response use scientific evidence to make decisions. We have prepared a short survey about the use …

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Inaugural visit of Evidence Aid to Melbourne, Australia – two training courses and 13th Skip Burkle lecture

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Disaster Research @ Monash – 6th Annual Research Symposium: Strengthening the evidence-base on the effectiveness of interventions in disasters and humanitarian crises
The Inaugural Visit of Evidence Aid to Oceania in November 2018
An introduction to systematic reviews in the humanitarian sector: 1-day Evidence Aid course, 9.00am – 5.00pm. …

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La suplementación prenatal materna con micronutrientes múltiples para el beneficio en la salud infantil a largo plazo

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Actualmente no hay evidencia de que, en comparación con la suplementación con hierro y ácido fólico, la suplementación prenatal materna con micronutrientes múltiples (MMN) rutinaria mejore la supervivencia, el crecimiento, la composición corporal, la presión arterial, los resultados respiratorios o cognitivos …

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