Good communications is not enough to get evidence into policy

Good communications is not enough to get evidence into policy

I originally shared these thoughts on the Evidence-Based Policy in Development Network (ebpdn) and after sparking some discussion, I thought...

Open access and academic blogging

Open access and academic blogging

This post appeared originally on BMJ Blogs on 31 October 2013: http://blogs.bmj.com/bmj/2013/10/31/ravi-murugesan-open-access-and-academic-blogging/ I’m not a social scientist, so it was...

PEER Science Participants’ Conference in Bangkok

PEER Science Participants’ Conference in Bangkok

One night in June I became quite happy upon seeing an email on my Blackberry (yes, I still use one)....

AuthorAID in Sri Lanka: Workshop and annual meeting

AuthorAID in Sri Lanka: Workshop and annual meeting

Last month I was in Colombo, Sri Lanka, to facilitate a train-the-trainers workshop on teaching research writing online. I think...

Scientific publishing in Somalia: An interview with Dr. Jibril Handuleh

Scientific publishing in Somalia: An interview with Dr. Jibril Handuleh

Dr. Jibril Handuleh is a psychiatry practitioner living and working in Somalia. He is an AuthorAID mentee as well. We got...

Something worth celebrating

Something worth celebrating

There are a number of interesting links this week including an interview, a survey and the spread of the Science...

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