Monthly Archives: June 2016
Research funders are increasingly requiring that the data used in research articles are made available so that they can be shared and reused. There may also be a requirement to have a Data Management Plan outlining how the data will … Continue reading
This training programme has both theoretical and practical parts. Written by African Health experts in collaboration with personnel from U.K’s Open University, it addresses priority areas such as: postnatal care, newborn and childhood illnesses. The OU International Development Office has … Continue reading
This article gives an overview of tools and strategies to disseminate recommendations to patients. Key factors of success were a dissemination plan written at the start of the recommendation development process, involvement of patients in this development process and the … Continue reading
From the Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp – Grand Ambitions in Annual Report for 2015: Development of a “Wikitropica” to extend and share its knowledge on tropical diseases with the world-wide scientific community. From Medical Aid Films – A new … Continue reading
An Autumn 2016 deadline will be announced shortly for the 2017 grant. Definitely time to start thinking about it now.
In December, the Medical Library Association (MLA) announced the expansion of the Librarians without Borders® (LWB) E-Library Training Initiative. This includes the new MLA HINARI/Research4Life Grant (http://www.mlanet.org/p/cm/ld/fid=949 ) that focuses on training activities for the Research4Life (R4L) programs (www.research4life.org ). … Continue reading