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PaPaS Express, 6-10th June
An against-the-clock challenge to develop a priority-listed Cochrane Review from published protocol to full review. For more information, see here.
Quarter 1, 2016
See here for a summary of our publications for 2016, and here for our publications page.
We'd like to thank all of our contributors for their hard work during the first quarter of 2016.
PaPaS celebrates 18 years, Thursday 21st July
PaPaS was registered as a Cochrane review group in 1998, and we are celebrating with an afternoon of presentations and discussions, followed by a drinks reception. See here for further details.
Dying Matters Awareness Week
9 - 15 May 2016 was Dying Matters Awareness Week, hosted by the Dying Matters Coalition. We collaborated with the Dying Matters Coalition to help raise awareness. We produced a series of blogshots and blogs: you can check them out here.
We are delighted to announce we now have over 3500 followers. You can follow us too at @CochranePaPaS for news, reviews, items of interest and to get in touch.
Cochrane Register of Studies Database (CRS-D)
CRS-D is the new repository for Cochrane data (see here for more information). In the near future you will see these numbers accompanying the references and study names in Cochrane Reviews in RevMan (see here for more information).
The all-new Cochrane crowd platform is now live. If you haven't seen it yet then then take a look here. Cochrane crowd is the new home of the Embase project. You can log-in as before and pick up where you left off. It's a great way to get involved with Cochrane.
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Colloquium stipends available for consumers and developing countries. See here.