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Few would argue against the benefits of evidence informed public health and health policies. However, efforts to inform health policy… Read more Developing evidence based health policy in resource limited settings—lessons from Nepal
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The Cochrane Collaboration held its annual Colloquium for the first time in South Asia at Hyderabad , India in September… Read more Mapping the growth of The Cochrane Collaboration in India
The COCHRANE METHODS SYMPOSIUM 2014 held on Sunday 21st September 2014 at Hyderbad, India was themed “” “From concepts to… Read more From the #CochraneMethods Symposium of the 22nd Cochrane Colloquium, India